Mr Kipling Has Launched A Trio Of Mini Selection Boxes
The indulgent treats are available in three different selections - and the only question is which to try first...
There's a Mini Sponge Tart Selection, consisting of three new flavours - almond and raspberry, double chocolate and coconut and lemon. We're drooling!
Next up, a Mini Fruit Pie Selection, which offers mini versions of Mr Kipling's classic fruit pies - apple and blackcurrant, bramley apple and cherry. There are three of each, meaning no arguments over favourites.
Last, but not least, a Mini Bakewell Selection, featuring the brand's favourite Bakewell classics in mini.
There are three lemon, three cherry - for those who prefer the original - and three caramel, which look totally indulgent.
The delicious treats are now available in all major supermarkets and are priced at £1.99 per pack, with Mr Kipling adding that "the best things come in small packages".
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In other very important food news, Asda has launched a new American food range - including Lucky Charms for £5 and Fruit Loops for £2.98.
Lucky Charms, the super sweet cereal, are made up of toasted oat pieces and delicious multi-coloured marshmallow shapes, while colourful Froot Loops are rings of cereal in fruity flavours.
The supermarket is also selling Marshmallow Mateys (similar to Lucky Charms) at a cheaper £3 per box.
Shoppers will also be able to get their hands on Reese's Puffs, priced at £5 and inspired by Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
Meanwhile, amidst the ongoing coronavirus crisis, Ann Summers is selling boxes of penis shaped pasta - and they even have them on a 3 for 2 offer.
First spotted on Facebook page Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one person joked: "Desperate times calls for desperate measures."
We're hoping to taste test *all* of these over the next few weeks...
Featured Image Credit: Mr Kipling