The festive pie is similar to one that M&S sells but you can pick it up for £5 cheaper from the budget supermarket.
The meaty pie contains beef smothered in rich ruby port and stout gravy, pan friend onions and smoked British bacon all encased a in a buttery shortcrust pastry, and is finished with the bone marrow.
As it cooks away in the oven the flavour from the bone marrow infuses into the pie to create a delicious rich flavour.
You can pick it up in store from December 17, just in time for your Christmas dinner.
M&S' beef & bone marrow pie costs £20 and it serves up to 4 people.
Lidl's pie was featured in BBC Good Food's Christmas taste test as one of the top alternative meat centrepieces available this Christmas.
M&S won the most categories in the test but the budget supermarkets also beat high-end retailers on many occasions.
For more festive showstoppers, Aldi and Asda are selling foot-long pigs in blankets that you can get your hands on now.
Asda's version weighs a huge 650g for £2.99 while Aldi's weighs 200g at £2.99.
Iceland has also launched its banquet bundle for the year which includes over 250 pieces of party food for £15.
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