While Easter is still a long time away, we’re already being bombarded with loads of chocolate egg-based goodies.
Earlier in the week we brought you the news that Reese’s big peanut butter filled egg was available for just £4 at Iceland – after selling out super quick last year.
And today we’ve got another good one for peanut butter fans, as Reese’s creme eggs are currently going for super cheap at Tesco.
That’s right, you can grab three Reese’s peanut butter creme eggs for just £1 – or 50p each if you don’t fancy taking advantage of the offer.
The amazing deal was spotted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook page, and has gone down a storm, racking up thousands of comments.
In even better news, the Reese’s peanut butter creme egg isn’t the only one out there at the moment – you can also grab Hershey’s cookies & creme eggs, Cadbury Oreo chocolate eggs and Lindt Lindor filled eggs, all on the same offer.
You can get them online as well, so head over to the Tesco site here to get your hands on some the chocolaty bargains.
Aldi launches new Harry Potter range including invisibility cloaks, wands and Lego
You’re a wizard, Aldi!
Aldi’s new middle aisle range features bedding, soft toys, wands and plenty more Harry Potter-themed items you will definitely want to pick up on your next essentials shop.
Harry Potter fans can rejoice as Aldi has launched brand new merchandise of the films as part of its Specialbuys series.
You will even be able to get your hands on the books in-store and online, plus stuffed toys of the characters including Dobby and even your very own invisibility cloak.
The cloak will set you back £27.99, and although invisibility is not guaranteed you can use the Wow! Stuff app which will means you will magically disappear in seconds providing hours of fun.
There’s a golden snitch that flaps its wings like the real thing (£12.99), Harry Potter Colouring Books (£4.99), a Scratch Magic Book (£4.99) and a Harry Potter House Scarf (£3.99).
You can also get your hand on your very own Light Painting Wand (£12.99) to live out your full wizarding potentially.
If that wasn’t enough, how about some Harry Potter soft toys for just £5.99, bedding starting at £12.99 or even the historic LEGO® Hogwarts™ Great Hall (£74.99).
The Great Hall comes complete with a mystical moving staircase, 10 LEGO® figurines and the infamous Sorting Hat.
The new range will be available from May 24th, but if you want to get your witchy fingers on it sooner, you can pre-order now.
See the full Harry Potter Specialbuys series here.
Asda is selling a four-tiered pink gin cake with edible mini bottles on top
Calling all gin lovers!
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.
Aldi selling new biscuit spreads that taste just like Lotus Biscoff
Take my money!
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.