Mr Kipling Has Launched Its Christmas Range And OMG There's Irish Creme Fancies
French Fancies fanatics, assemble: Mr Kipling has just launched its Christmas range - and it includes Irish Creme Fancies.
Adding to its original strawberry, lemon and chocolate trio, the exceedingly good cakes company is now offering the delectable new flavour based on the creamy Christmas liqueur.
The small cakes are made up of a soft golden sponge, topped with a hemisphere of vanilla-flavoured buttercream, encased in smooth Irish Cream fondant icing. Dribbling.
Perfect with a glass of Baileys on Christmas Day, we reckon.
The scrumptious treats are available now in supermarkets nationwide and cost just £1.50 for a pack of eight.
The Irish Creme Fancies join Mr Kipling's new range of festive cakes, putting a festive twist on the baker's signature cakes.
We are honestly spoilt for choice this Christmas, guys.
Products from the range are available in different supermarkets including Asda, Morrisons, Iceland, Co-op and Waitrose, while the entire range is available in Tesco.
Now that November has hit, food and drink brands alike are taking their cues to launch their Christmas ranges - and Mr Kipling is far from alone.
Just this week, VK launched a limited edition Christmas Candy Cane flavour alco-pop.
Ahead of the festive season, the alcohol brand has got into the spirit by releasing the new hot pink addition to their colourful multi-packs for a limited time only.
The 4 per cent abv beverage is flavoured with "sweet strawberry and hints of peppermint," and can be found in ten packs of the popular drink.
Also taking the chance to wheel new festive flavours is Sainsbury's, which recently launched its Taste the Difference Baked Camembert and Rosemary flavoured crisp for us to munch while watching Home Alone on repeat.
They launch alongside the Taste the Difference Roast Turkey and Herb Stuffing flavoured crisps and the and Taste the Difference Truffle Parsnip flavoured crisps, which are the same price, and are also inspired by the famous and much loved tastes of Christmas.
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