Yep, in their latest collaboration between the supermarket giant and the ultimate cupboard staple, Marks & Spencer and Marmite have made 'perfect bite-size' pinwheels.
M&S describes them as "a classic combination of tasty Marmite and mature cheddar cheese swirled in rich pastry for the ultimate flavour-packed snack".
They can be serve cold or warmed in the oven for five minutes for a delicious treat. Even people who hate Marmite would be tempted to try one.
The iconic supermarket chain has called the Marmite pinwheels 'dinky, twirly, tasty' on their Instagram post announcing the new product. The new was met with a very big response from both Marmite and cheese fans.
"I need these," one woman wrote with a heart-eyes emoji.
Another Instagram user said: "These looks amazing!"
A third Marmite enthusiast added: "These look so good."
The dinky Cheese & Marmite pinwheels can be found in stores nationwide for £2.75.
Marmite fans have been waiting for M&S to add another tasty treat ever since the supermarket launched their cheesy, Marmite flavoured hot cross buns for Easter in January.
Made with mature cheddar and red Leicester cheese, the soft and spongy hot cross buns were baked with Marmite spread in the mixture.
M&S and Marmite launched their first foodie hybrid in spring 2020 - creamy Marmite butter and Marmite cream cheese, followed by Marmite Cheese Slices and Mini Marmite Cheesy Crumpets for Christmas.
The Marmite cream cheese is 100 per cent vegetarian and can purchased for only £2.50. If you fancy adding even more Marmite and cheese to your pinwheels - we won't judge - this would be the perfect topping.
Love it or hate it, Marmite is here to stay!
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