Morrisons Launch Unicorn Flowers For Mother's Day - And They're Bloomin' Magical
The supermarket chain is selling a beautiful bouquet of flowers with a unique and very timely twist - unicorns.
The blooming lovely Mothering Sunday arrangement has blue, pink and cream flowers placed neatly inside a unicorn gift bag compete with unicorn horns and ears that stick out of the pink tissue wrapping.
The good news is that, if your mum has champagne tastes and you have a beer budget, the bouquet won't break the bank at £15.
It's available to buy in stores from Wednesday, March 27 2019 ahead of Mother's Day on Sunday March 31.
Unicorns not your thing? Fear not. Le Creuset is back with another homeware line for spring that looks like it's dropped straight out of Ladurée.
The Glacé Collection has a pearlescent finish in pastel hues that you can use ina single hue or mix and match. Prices start at £29
The new range includes a set of four mugs, espresso mugs, bowls, mini ramekins, egg cups, teapots and cafetières, all in Le Creuset's premium quality stoneware.
You can view the full collection here as you Marie Kondo your kitchen to make space.
In more springtime news Costa is marking the start of spring with a brand new menu of Easter treats.
The new menu includes sweet and savoury vegan and gluten-free options - and they look yummy.
If you're after a sweet treat the new chocolatel-coated cornflake nest topped with mini Easter eggs (£1.95) will put a spring in your step and help you beat the afternoon slump.
The light and crispy Costa Coffee Snackwafers come in cream-filled cocoa and vanilla flavours are £1.20 each.
And the nation's favourite Choc-O-Crunch at £1.95 - a ring of crispy rice bound in caramel and covered in a range of pastel shades of white chocolate - is finally back.
Gluten free? The raspberry and coconut bar (£1.80) has gluten-free pastry with a raspberry and sultana filling and a tropical coconut topping and the vegan fruity flapjack (also £1.80) is filled with gluten-free oats, sultanas, cranberries and apricots.
Fancy something savoury, the coffee giant's warm cheese scones (£2.49) combine mature Irish cheddar, parmesan-style cheese, chives and a spice hit of cayenne pepper for a moreish snack.
The Cheese Twist (£1.99) is a triple threat combining buttery puff pastry with mature cheddar and parmesan-style cheese.
For breakfast there's a new Costa Coffee Bircher (£2.35), made with Greek-style yoghurt, grated apple, apple juice, oats, blueberry and mixed berry compote, topped with dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds.
Costa's commercial marketing director, Eric Tavoukdjian said: "With spring being a time to try new something new, there is no better time to introduce new seasonal items for our customers to enjoy.
"We are excited to expand our vegetarian and gluten-free range, as well as offering a variety of Easter themed treats to Costa fans."
The spring menu is available in stores nationwide now.
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