M&S Launches Milk And Cookies Spread And It Looks As Delicious As It Sounds
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The food retailer is getting into the spirit of Christmas (although it's 89 days away) already and has announced the festive condiment as part of the store's Christmas range, which includes 170 food and drinks items.
Customers will be able to get their hands on the delicious spread, which features swirls of white and milk chocolate mixed with yummy cookie pieces, from next week.
Our mouths are salivating about this. The best part? A 400g jar of the chocolate condiment costs just £2.50.
News of the mouth-watering spread comes as M&S revealed they were releasing a Christmas Colin the Caterpillar cake as part of its festive menu for 2019.
Covered in chocolate presents, snowflakes, holly and candy canes, Colin is looking hot to trot for the festive season. He's even wearing a bold red Santa's hat and matching slippers.
Fans will be able to snap up a Christmas Colin for £10 when M&S drop the Christmas range in late October.
Colin comes as part of the supermarket's Christmas food offering which is made up of over 170 new mouth-watering dishes.
New dishes include the 'Perfect Turkey' (which promises to banish turkey terror) and a complete vegan Christmas meal.
There's also a super-sized version of the brand's Brie en Croute (£10) which is sold all year round; the delicious cheesy starter comes with a flaky pastry crust for dipping and loading with gooey cheese.
This year's hot new addition is posh crumpets: Porcini & Truffle Crumpets and Pulled Ham Hock & Rarebit Crumpets (£7), which are ready to go with just seven minutes in the oven.
There are also some delectable new tipples including a Clementine Gin Liqueur Snow Globe (£15), which is sure to be an alcohol shelf centrepiece.
The festive clementine flavoured gin is complete with edible 23 carat gold leaf pieces, which create a snow globe effect when the bottle is turned upside down.
M&S Food Christmas lines launched in selected stores from September 25th across the UK.