Calling all Biscoff fans (which seems to be everyone), as Aldi has released some new spreads that tastes just like it for a fraction of the price.
The newly launched Grandessa jars of biscuit spread come in two forms, crunchy and smooth just like the original Lotus Biscoff.
While the original Lotus Biscoff spread comes in at around £2.30 at Tesco and Sainsbury’s, Aldi’s new spread is just £1.69 a jar, almost half the price of the original.
Shoppers say they can’t taste the difference between Aldi’s spreads and Biscoff, with one person on the Newfoodsuk Instagram page writing: “Tried it! exactly the same taste as biscoff! really good!”
It’s also reported to be vegan friendly! The product does come with an allergen warning that ‘may contain soya and egg’, however.
Pretty much everyone and their nan are buzzing about this new product release and I suspect everyone will be eating right out of the tub for the rest of lockdown.
If that’s not enough Lotus Biscoff news for you, they have also recently launched brand new Biscoff Sandwich Cookies in the UK.
The cookies are filled with delicious Biscoff cream in 3 flavours; original, vanilla and milk chocolate.
Asda slashes price of huge 7ft inflatable dinosaur sprinkler to just £25
Asda has reduced the price of its huge seven-foot dinosaur sprinkler, which is perfect for the kids this weekend.
The huge price drop will save parents £15, as the blow-up Tyrannosaurus Rex will be reduced from £40 to £25.
The inflatable dino is recommended for kids aged three and above and looks like it will be perfect to keep the kids cool in this weekend’s heatwave.
The dinosaur, which stands 213cm tall, sprays water out of its mouth once a hose is attached.
Luckily for those accident-prone kids, the dinosaur comes with a handy repair kit to patch up any accidents.
Currently it is sold out online, meaning you can only grab one for the garden in-store and as there is a massive saving to be had, it looks like stock might be quite limited.
The bargain was first spotted in the Facebook money-saving group Money Saver Online. The post read: “Kids will love having fun in the garden with this GIANT dino sprinkler, which we spotted reduced in the garden sale at Asda.”
If you’ve got kids absolutely obsessed with dinosaurs we made a handy list of all the dinosaur-themed places to take the kids throughout summer here.
Or why not head to the dinosaur maze that recently opened up just an hour away from the city!
Lindt has just launched chocolate-coated cereal balls with a crispy centre
This looks incredible!!!
Lindt has released two new flavours in the Sensations range, and one is a Lindt milk chocolate-coated cereal ball.
Lindt is easily one of everybody’s favourite chocolates, but they’ve gone one step further and turned the much-loved chocolate into a crispy, cereal ball extravaganza.
The Lind Sensations range includes two new flavours, a Milk Chocolate Crunchy Sensation and Mango and Passionfruit Fruit Sensation.
The chocolatey cereal ball has a crispy centre, coated in an outer layer of finest milk chocolate.
The second is the Fruit Sensations, in the same smooth chocolate ball shape but with sweet summery mango and passionfruit flavour combination in the middle and wrapped in dark chocolate.
The scrummy new chocolates are now on sale for £3.50 a pack online and in Lindt chocolate stores.
You can also grab Raspberry & Cranberry flavour (£3.00), Orange & Pink Grapefruit (£3.00) and Blueberry and Acai (£3.00) in the Fruit Sensations range.
If you’re a serious Lindt fan, you’re going to want to know about the new competition they have lined up.
They are currently giving away five Lindt prizes each containing two huge hampers of Lindt chocolate, one for you and one for your friend.
All you have to do is head to Lindt’s Instagram page and comment on this post who you’d like to share the chocolate with.
You can comment as many times as you want and even head to their Facebook page for an additional entry.
You can get a box of 300 Lotus Biscoff biscuits delivered to your house for super cheap
That’s a lot of Biscoff…
You can buy catering size boxes of Lotus Biscoff biscuits and they’ll last you until Christmas!
We’ve had Aldi’s Biscoff-inspired biscuit spread, biscuits covered in chocolate, cream sandwich biscuits and even Biscoff toasties available in Manchester, but sometimes you just want the good old classic.
And for those times you’ve got a craving, it’s probably best you have at least 300 in your cupboard.
It’ll set you back just £10.90, and is the perfect gift for yourself or any other Biscoff lover out there.
The product is described as: “The Lotus Original, a delicious caramelised biscuit, has been giving pleasure to both young and old since 1932.
“The unique caramelised taste is created by a traditional baking process, using only the finest ingredients. A perfect accompaniment for tea or coffee, alternatively this delicious biscuit is a real family favourite to enjoy at any time of the day.”
They’re proved really popular with fans too – just like anything Biscoff flavoured!
Although it’s actually a catering size box, I reckon you’ll get through these before Christmas.
You can buy a box (or two) of them from Amazon here.