Tender turkey, gammon, halal and vegetarian dishes - not forgetting the Christmas pudding for afters.
It sounds like a classic festive feast.
And it's exclusively for some of the country's most dangerous criminals based in County Durham.
The Ministry of Justice has revealed the extensive menu on offer to inmates including terrorists, murderers and rapists come Christmas Day at HMP Frankland.
Caterers have ensured everyone is accommodated for so no-one goes hungry.
Christmas breakfast at HMP Frankland consists of basic continental options of shredded wheat, yoghurt, fruit and milk.
Prisoners have the choice of three options when it comes to their Christmas dinner.
Up for grabs is roast turkey and gammon with all the trimmings, vegan schnitzel or halal diced pepper beef casserole.
Inmates can then opt for a classic Christmas pudding with white sauce or a fruit salad.
And if that's not enough, there's plenty of food for later in the day if prisoners are still feeling peckish.
There's a selection of sandwiches while servings of Christmas cake and mince pies round off the festivities in the confines of prison.
Here is the menu inmates at HMP Frankland have to look forward to on Christmas Day:
Roast turkey and gammon, pigs in blankets and stuffing
Halal diced pepper beef casserole
Christmas pudding served with a white sauce
Apple & nut salad roll
Cheese savoury roll
Crab and cucumber roll
Ham and mustard roll
Carton of juice