It seems like your time is up, Nutella! Sorry, but there is another chocolate spread that waits to be tasted and it sounds even more delicious than you. Nutella fans, please forgive me, but you have to try the new crispy M&M chocolate spread and tell us what you think. If you are an M&M addict, you might actually pass out when you see what this looks like, so imagine what would happen after you taste it. Ready for it?
Yes, your prayers have been answered and this is no longer in the land of your imagination. Your favorite chocolate snack has been turned into a yummy spread you can use on cakes, your toast, or just eat it plain.
I just planned my weekend and it’s spending quality time with this chocolate spread!
For now, it is available in ASDA stores across Great Britain, as well as online, and costs £2.79. Once you taste it, you’ll probably find it’s totally worth it!
Can you imagine what Pancake Day on February 13 will look like? I mean, I’m overjoyed! People are more than excited, too! They took to Twitter to share their enthusiasm:
Blue M’M chocolate spread with crispy pieces. YES PLEASE. I will av some of that.
— Paddy (@Ben_Paddy) February 1, 2018
If anyone’s interested crispy m&m spread will be on sale in asda on Monday 😍😍
— LOZ (@laurensteer05) January 28, 2018
I will now use M&M spread on all of my sandwiches in the future and looking for anyone else that will do the same! https://t.co/PURuttOGCA
— Alt 99.1 (@AltBham) February 1, 2018
The spread is suitable for vegetarians, but it also contains hazelnuts, so if you have an allergy, be careful.
Have you heard of the Tango Ice Blast? It has always been the best part of going to the cinema.
Crolla’s Gelateria is an ‘award-winning family company that has been producing traditional Italian Gelato in Glasgow for over a hundred and twenty years’.
The family business which was opened by Italian immigrants to Scotland in 1895 has become a part of history by creating the tasty sorbet – which is going down a treat – as owner Peter Crolla told UNILAD:
“We went down for a meeting with the team and we’re getting ideas together for something that would be popular and go viral. We already sold flavors of the Tango Ice Blast so we thought ‘why don’t we make a sorbet out of that’. It’s been going down really well and we only trialed it as a gimmick back in October, but it’s been really popular on social media.”
He goes on:
“We do other stuff like gin and tonic sorbet and were thinking of doing like a frozen Fanta sorbet. We’re still perfecting the recipe for the Tango Ice Blast, but I think it’s so popular because it’s quite nostalgic.”
If you are up for this treat, the sorbet is available in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow, and High Wycombe branches of the Gelateria.
Are you up for making a dessert? Here is how to make flowery desserts.