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.
Lidl has started selling mini pet teepee tents for your dog or cat
This is so cute!
Lidl is now selling the perfect hibernation station for your pets that will not only keep them nice and cosy in winter but looks damn cute too.
The mini teepee costs just £12.99 and is part of the Pet Week range at the budget supermarket.
The Zoofari Pet Teepee is perfect for small dogs as well as cats and any other pet that needs a little shelter.
The cosy hideaway is easily put up – unlike any other tent out there – with just five wooden poles to assemble.
Inside is a comfy faux-sheepskin cushion which you can remove when it starts to get hot again.
The covers are all washable and removable so keeping the teepee clean is super easy.
Pet Week kicked off on September 17th, which means you’ve got a few days left to get your hands on the cheap pet stuff.
Pet Week also has a the Zoofari Dog Harness for £14.99, plus grooming accessories like the trimmer and brush.
There’s also Zoofari Cat Scratching Post with five floors for the perfect amount of scratching, playing and sleeping.
You can also get plenty of food and treats, plus a car seat cover to avoid any unwanted pet hair on the back seat.
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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