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You Can Now Buy A Milk Chocolate Bulldog

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You Can Now Buy A Milk Chocolate Bulldog

The best gifts for dog lovers are obviously dog-themed surprises, and this milk chocolate bulldog is an absolute steal as stocking fillers at only £3 from Poundland!

As well as the sourpuss expression of a classic bulldog, the chocolate sculpture also features a bronze shimmer to really bring that festive sparkle to their look.

This chocolate cutie is only £3! (Credit: Poundland)
This chocolate cutie is only £3! (Credit: Poundland)

After spotting it in Poundland, someone posted it to the MoneySavers Facebook Group having to share the absolute bargain.

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People were planning on grabbing one ASAP in the comments, having lots of love for the sweet treat.

One person said: "omg need 😍😍".

"I want 30," declared one fan.

Another user wrote: "OMG u guys gotta get one of these ❤️❤️❤️"

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While someone else was giving a subtle hint at possible stocking filler: "Aw perfect present for someone 😉🙂".

Could you eat a chocolatey version of this face? (Credit: Alamy)
Could you eat a chocolatey version of this face? (Credit: Alamy)

One person joked: "Do they come with drool?"

Another person commented on their grand nature: "They look like a brass ornament 😂😂😂😂 xxx".

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There was some discussion on whether people could actually gobble up this adorable pup: "I couldn't eat that cute face lol.... ".

"I couldn't eat it I'd keep him x", agreed somebody else.

We know exactly what we're getting for everyone in their stockings this year!

These rice krispy puddings look delish (Credit: TikTok/@jonwatts88)
These rice krispy puddings look delish (Credit: TikTok/@jonwatts88)
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If you're looking for some other chocolatey treats for the festive period then these Rice Krispies Christmas puddings are perfect (and so easy to make!).

To make the Rice Krispies Christmas puddings, you'll need to melt 100g butter, 200g Mars Bars and two tablespoons of golden syrup in a saucepan until smooth, before pouring in 140g Rice Krispies and mixing.

Spoon the mixture into muffin cases and then pop in the fridge to set for an hour.

Jon explains to make the topping, simply melt 180g white chocolate over a pan. Once the cakes have been removed from the fridge, spoon over the white chocolate and decorate with some festive sprinkles!

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So simple!

To see the recipe in more detail and watch a video on how to make the yummy goodies then read more over here.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Food and Drink, Dog

Charlotte Forrester
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