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This Morning Viewers Are Debating How Crumpets Should Be Cooked

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This Morning Viewers Are Debating How Crumpets Should Be Cooked

If you ask us, there's a right - and a very wrong - way to cook a crumpet. It must be crispy on top - and absolutely cannot be floppy.

But it seems the internet is rather divided over this, after a segment on This Morning earlier today. The debate kicked off when presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were sampling the latest festive food craze - chocolate orange flavoured mayo.

The pair decided to sample the rather unusual condiment by spreading it on a crumpet - but Phillip was far from impressed.

Not at the zesty mayo, however, but at the 'floppy' crumpet. Phil, we hear you.

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"No crumpet should do that!" Shouted Phil, as he picked up the floppy crumpet.

"What the hell is that?!"

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And other This Morning fans had some strong opinions too, with one writing: "Crumpets always need a double dip in the toaster. ALWAYS!!!"

While another said: "If a crumpet isn't hard on the bottom then it isn't cooked."

Phil was not impressed with the crumpet (Credit: ITV)
Phil was not impressed with the crumpet (Credit: ITV)

And a third added: "It has to be crispy! I would not eat a floppy crumpet sack whoever gave you that!"

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"Floppy? Yuck. Crispy. Toasted. Like they're meant to be," said a fourth.

Others disagreed with Phil, however, with some actually admitting to enjoying their crumpets undercooked.

One wrote: "I like floppy, barely toasted just like my toast.... virtually bread lol."

The pair were sampling chocolate orange mayo (Credit: ITV)
The pair were sampling chocolate orange mayo (Credit: ITV)
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Holly and Phil had been sampling Heinz and Terry's Chocolate Orange Mayo, which launched today.

The unusual condiment is a mix of Heinz's Seriously Good Mayonnaise, blended with Terry’s Chocolate Orange segments, Crème Patissière and an extra dose of Terry’s Chocolate Orange’s signature real orange oil.

There are only 200 jars of the limited edition mayo available. To get your hands on one, all you need to do is head over to the brands' social media pages for more info on how to enter the competition - which runs until 13th December.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Food and Drink, TV And Film, This Morning, Phillip Schofield

Lucy Devine
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