Dusty feeds are levelling up cos Heinz just released hash browns filled with baked beans

Dusty feeds are levelling up cos Heinz just released hash browns filled with baked beans

If these live up to their potential they're going straight in the kitchen.

Hash browns and baked beans are stayers when it comes to those dusty Sunday morning feeds, and Heinz is pairing the two together to save time and plate space, and possibly introduce us to the next great modern invention.

Currently, they’re only out in the UK because where else would such a food make its debut?

WalesOnline says that the new food will “consist of an outer layer of crispy chopped potato that surrounds a core of beans,” which sounds like a food someone thinks up during a late night, post-going out kitchen adventure. 

They’ll come frozen and all you’ll have to do is chuck them in the oven or air fryer before you munch on them. 

Reactions are mixed, with Twitter users on both the ‘for’ and ‘against’ sides letting their opinions be known.

Some were saying it's an abomination, while others were calling anyone against it ‘cowards’.

“Who asked for this evil?” said one tweet. 

“Would - WILL - 100% smash,” tweeted out an eager beans lover. 

“This is the worst timeline,” another person said. One person disagreed with this, saying “anyone not into this idea is a coward.”

One Twitter user summed it up beautifully when they said: “I’m kind of repulsed and intrigued at the same time.”

There were lots of tweets simply asking the age-old question - ‘why?’

“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should,” said one tweet that sums up the whole ‘why?’ argument. 

Another person was simply wondering how Heinz will execute the potential new breakfast staple. 

“How many beans tho,” asked one person. “They would need to be at least sausage roll size for optimum bean/hash brown ratio.”

We love a quality big breakfast here at the George, so if our British counterparts are loving it, you know it’ll become a staple in our kitchen.