And, thankfully, we've found just the ticket with these brand new boozy blondie bars, brought to us from Baileys.
These delicious sweet treats are made up of blondie cake mix, smothered in a rich mild chocolate and topped off with a delightful drizzle of Baileys frosting.
What makes a blondie different to a brownie? For those among us who aren't as cake-obsessed, blondies use vanilla instead of cocoa for a lighter flavour.
Blondies also tend to pack a sweeter punch, with an extra helping of brown sugar for the sweet-toothed.
These blondies are particularly boozy, with an additional helping of Baileys buttercream making these particular cakes strictly adults only.
These goodies come individually wrapped and sold in packs of four - so you'll have a tough time trying to make them last.
Early reviewers have raved about the new snack, with one savvy shopper Helen sharing her thoughts on the blondies on Instagram.
"Absolutely loved the combination of blondie and baileys buttercream and it was surrounded in a decent layer of chocolate," she said, as she shared a close up of the cake bar.
Fans were quick to add they were tempted to add the blondies to their shopping cart next time they hit the supermarket.
"Wow!" wrote a follower. "Must get these for Christmas!"
A second drooled: "Yum, I love any kind of chocolate cake bars - so delicious!"
"And so the hunt begins," one joked, before tagging another Baileys enthusiast in the comments.
Baileys Chocolate Treat Blondie Bars are available for £1.50 at ASDA and Tesco.
In other snack-related news, Cadbury has announced they are releasing a Mini Eggs chocolate bar in time for Easter 2021.
The tablet-formed chocolate bar will be stuffed with crunchy, pastel coloured eggs.
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