Maltesers are a signature British staple. Each year, Mars brings out a different variation of their popular chocolate treat, and each year the offerings just get better and better.
For 2020, the latest Malteser treat comes in the form of a biscuit, which will be perfect for either dunking in your brew, or just generally ruining your January diet with. After all, life is for living.
Maltesers Biscuits have been spotted in ASDA and are currently retailing for just £1.50, but will also be available to buy from Sainsbury’s and Tesco from March.
Instagram food channel NewfoodsUK spotted them on the shelves first, and revealed to their followers: “New!!!! @maltesersuk Biscuits! Spotted at @asda they are also available in @sainsburys £1.50 😆 these are lovely and reminded me a lot of the honeycomb Cadbury’s Fingers 😍😮😊”
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For just £4, you don’t even have to wait for Easter, you can officially buy yourself one of these giant 170g Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs, which are retailing on Iceland’s website and also available in store.
Speaking of delicious eggs for Easter, it’s obviously the time of the year when we see the nation’s favourite Creme Egg by Cadbury rearing it’s head and appearing back on the shelves.
Rather than just indulging in a standard Creme Egg, it appears that the delicious Creme Egg ‘Layers Of Joy’ trifle has made its way back into stores, and people are very excited to get their hands on one.
If you’ve never tried one, the description on the label for the product reads: A layered sharing dessert with Cadbury milk chocolate dessert, chocolate mousse, chocolate chip cookie and fondant dessert with a creamy topping.
Instagram food channel NewFoodsUK revealed that they had spotted the trifle in ASDA, and that it was retailing for just £3.50. You can also find the delicious sweet treat in Morrisons.
The dessert is getting mixed reviews online, with some people shocked that it has even ‘been allowed to be made’. Hardcore Creme Egg lovers however, are living for it.
@radionewarkuk I’m a chocaholic – through trying to be less so with New Year’s Resolution to live better – and even I can’t bear the sugar overload of a Creme Egg in itself. Just hearing about it in a trifle has made me scared to open my mouth in case all my teeth fall out!!— Sarah Morgan (@sajamor) January 7, 2020
Ha!— Alison Inman (@Alison_Inman) April 20, 2019
Partial to the occasional creme egg, and although I say it myself am pretty much the Queen of the trifle….but I also like baked beans but that doesn’t mean they belong in a flipping trifle.
Not that I am taking this too seriously.
If you’ve found yourself on a health kick following December’s festivities, then this probably isn’t something you’d want to include in your new diet – but it’s definitely something to treat yourself to when Easter does come around. After all, life is for enjoying, right?
[Featured Image Credit: Maltesers / Mars ]