This brand new pink gin flavoured cake serves 18 and looks absolutely incredible.
If you’re a big gin fan you’re going to love this new addition to the Asda bakery section, a four-tiered pink gin flavoured cake.
There are four tiers of classic Madeira sponge layered with raspberry jam and a gin flavoured sugar soak. The cake is then topped with vanilla flavoured bright pink frosting.
And to top it all off, there are edible gin decorations including white chocolate stars and miniature gin bottles.
The cake will set you back £12, and will serve up to 18 slices of delicious gin flavoured cake. Be warned though, each serving comes with a chunky 239 calories and 14g of fat.
The product description reads: “Get the party started with gin flavour soaked Madeira sponge, covered in sweet frosting and edible decorations. Suitable for vegetarians.”
You can get yours here.
B&M selling massive 4.5-litre tubs of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream for just £5
Take my money!
B&M is selling huge tubs of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream again, this time for just £5.
A few months ago, eagle-eyed shoppers spotted huge 4.5 litre tubs of Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough ice cream for just £3.50 in B&M’s freezers.
The huge tubs are back, this time in the Peanut Butter Cup flavour, and they’ll cost you £1.50 more than last time.
The tubs are usually stocked in businesses like restaurants and cinemas, but the closure of these throughout lockdown has left piles of the huge tubs.
A 465ml tub of Peanut Butter Cup typically costs around £4.50 meaning you’d have to spend £43.50 on the small tubs to have the same amount of ice cream B&M are selling.
Per 100ml you’ll find 330 calories which means the giant tubs has a whopping 14,850 calories.
The tubs are also around ten times bigger than normal so you’ll need to make room in the freezer before snapping one up!
B&M are physical stores only, meaning you can’t get this huge saving online. Some B&M stores don’t have a freezer section either, so double-check to avoid disappointment!
Orange Wagon Wheels are now a thing and they look amazing
Take my money!
You can now get orange flavoured Wagon Wheels and it’s the new lunchbox essential.
As well as many other much bigger and all-encompassing things, 2020 was the year of orange chocolate.
Well, now the lunch box classic has been given a zesty makeover just in time for the new school year.
Like the classic Wheel, the orange version feature chocolate coated biscuits with the delish gooey marshmallow middle. But now they also feature a dollop of orange jam in the middle too.
They’re currently available at Tesco and Home Bargains and will set you back just 79p for a pack of six individually wrapped biscuits.
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Tango launches brand new ice lollies that taste just like Ice Blasts
Oh my god!
You can’t beat the taste of a Tango Ice Blast for refreshment, especially when the suns out like it has been this week in Manchester.
And if you love the taste of the iconic frozen slushie, then we’ve got some very good news for you.
Tango has launched some new ice lollies that taste just like Ice Blasts, and they’re out in freezers now.
Just like Ice Blasts themselves, the new Tango Sub Zero Liquid Ice lollies come in the two same flavours, cherry and blue raspberry.
You can grab them in packs of four at Farmfoods, Tesco Extras and Tesco Express shops, and they will set you back around £2.69.
They were spotted on Instagram by @_well_this_is_new_, who wrote: “Tango Blue Raspberry and Cherry Ice Lollies! Swipe for the cherry ones”.
Which one are you trying first?