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ASDA Is Selling A Gorgeous Leopard Print Cake And It's Fierce

Emma Rosemurgey

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ASDA Is Selling A Gorgeous Leopard Print Cake And It's Fierce

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ASDA is selling a leopard print celebration cake and it's the purrrrfect gift for the sassy gal in your life.

The fiercely good cake contains a chocolate sponge, covered in chocolate flavoured frosting, decorated with a fondant collar and edible coloured decorations.

At just £12, it won't even break the bank to treat your pals to a slice of the deliciously wild cake.

Credit: ASDA
Credit: ASDA

The product description reads: "Our lavish leopard print part piece, with roaringly delicious chocolate sponge, covered in chocolate flavoured frosting and edible decorations."

While we're enjoying a sweet treat, it might be worth nipping to B&M as the budget retailer is making all Jaffa Cake fans' dreams come true and saving us all £2 with its amazing star deal for the week.

You can get your hands on 100, yes 100, Jaffa Cakes for less than £4.

If you work it out you're basically paying just less than 4p per Jaffa Cake and piece of chocolate orange heaven- what a bargain.

A 39-pack of the cakes costs £1.75, which also works out at 4p per cake so you are definitely getting an amazing deal.

The incredible deal was spotted by Facebook page Dansway Deals UK and shoppers couldn't cope with the bargain.

One wrote: "They wouldn't even last a week," another added: "would eat the whole box in 2 minutes."

You could treat yourself to 100 of the sponges. (Credit: PA)
You could treat yourself to 100 of the sponges. (Credit: PA)

A third Jaffa Cake fan added: "I wouldn't dare buy them! Too much temptation." To be honest we shouldn't really tempt ourselves either.

Now that Christmas has been and gone, it's time to start looking forward Easter, which let's face it, is another excuse for us to put the diet on hold while we consume as much chocolate as physically possible.

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, Tasty

Emma Rosemurgey
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