You can buy a massive 19-item Morrison's breakfast for just £5 on Friday

You can buy a massive 19-item Morrison's breakfast for just £5 on Friday

British shoppers are in for a treat this Friday. Supermarket chain Morrisons has revealed its biggest ever breakfast and it costs just £5.

For that, you'll receive a 19-piece meal consisting of three sausages, three rashers of bacon, three hash browns, baked beans, mushrooms, two halves of tomato, two fried eggs, two slices of black pudding and two half slices of fried bread.

A man holding a fried breakfast. Credit: Morrisons

This, like so many promotions taking place this week, is all part of the madness that is Black Friday.

Head of Morrisons cafés Helen Tordoff said: "We know Black Friday shopping can take a lot out of customers and hope that this Black Fry-Day Breakfast will keep hangry-ness at bay and fuel them through the highs and lows of the big day."

"We're proud to offer deals our customers want and bid them happy bargain-hunting this Black Friday."

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While promoting the offer, Morrisons made a point of saying that the supermarket was the perfect place to stock up on the essentials for the holiday season.

From November 27, all champagnes available in the store will be a third cheaper (including Moet and Chandon, Veuve Clicquot and Bollinger alongside Morrisons own-brand), and you can bag yourself a magnum of Prosecco for £10.

Credit: Morrisons

The "Black Fry-Day Breakfast" is available on Friday only, November 29.

However, if you're looking for a tasty breakfast that you can get on a longer-term basis, McDonald's has recently announced that it will be serving its breakfast menu until 11 am in UK stores.

There are also plenty of other excellent Black Friday deals available. Lidl, for example, is selling an Xbox one and three games for £129, and Pornhub is selling a lifetime membership deal.

But even if you're not into Black Friday, it's impossible to deny that this monster breakfast is a great deal.