This is a rundown of the meals prisoners at HMP Garth will be tucking into this Christmas.
Amongst other dishes, inmates can look forward to a sliced roast turkey dinner served with all the trimmings - including a chipolata sausage.
LancsLive were provided with the festive menu planned for December 25 at the Leyland prison after submitting an Freedom of Information request to the Ministry of Justice.
There are a variety dishes on offer to cater for vegan, vegetarian and halal diets at HMP Garth.
All inmates will be served Weetabix and a carton of milk.
Soya milk will be given as an alternative to those who are Vegan or lactose intolerant.
Sausage breakfast barms are also on offer for prisoners. With Halal and vegetable alternatives also available.
On the menu for Christmas dinner is sliced roast turkey with a chipolata sausage, stuffing, cranberry sauce and gravy.
Pan fried tuna loin topped with lemon and herb butter and a vegan wellington with cranberry sauce and gravy are also on offer.
Each of the above meals is served accompanied with brussels spouts, sliced carrots, boiled potatoes and roast potatoes.
For those with halal dietary requirements, chicken breast bhuna with chick peas, basmati rice and mixed salad will be served.
For dessert, prisoners will be served Christmas pudding and vanilla sauce.
An apple, sultana and cinnamon tart will be served with soya milk vanilla sauce as a vegan alternative.