This week has seen endless news about orange chocolate, with the return of orange Twirls, the introduction of orange giant buttons and fingers, and a brand new orange Toblerone.
We even posted about Terry’s new White Chocolate Orange Minis yesterday, which had been spotted in the Co-op – but now we’ve got something even better.
It turns out Terry’s is launching a FULL SIZE White Chocolate Orange, in a bid to help save the shitshow of a year that is 2020.
Terry’s wrote on Instagram: “It’s less than 130 days until Christmas so we’ve got an early present for you… THE WHITE BALL IS BACK!*
“Go out and grab two, one for yourself and one for a friend. You fiendishly fine friend, you. *For a limited time only. Sorry.”
And fans are absolutely buzzing for it, with one saying. “The big ones are coming out… but only for a bit. Stockpile?!”
Another added: “This has made 2020 bearable!!! I have been waiting years for this!!!”, while someone else said what we are all thinking: “A limited time!!! What are you doing to us. These would be a great seller”.
At the moment the White Chocolate oranges have only been spotted at Co-ops and B&M, but they’re expected to be rolled out to most major supermarkets soon.
Happy Friday everyone!
Poundland selling decorative light-up glass pumpkins to brighten up your Halloween display
It’s Spooky Season…
Summer is over and Spooky Season is officially upon us, and luckily for those wanting to get in the spirit Poundland is selling light-up glass decorative pumpkins.
Coming in at just £1.50 this glass ornament is the perfect addition to your Halloween decor.
Sharing the bargain on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, Kirsty wrote: Glass Pumpkin Light from Poundland. GO! GO! GO!”
Attached is a picture of the Glass Pumpkin lit up surrounded by foliage and decorative bits.
Kirsty later added an edit to the caption explaining that she made the tray from ‘2 flan tins and a candle holder painted white’.
Another person shared their pumpkin arrangements around a log fireplace with an autumnal display.
Fellow shoppers are just as excited with many saying they ‘need’ these. Other’s have pointed out that they’re selling out fast and struggling to find them in their stores.
Someone added: “Managed to get the last two this morning, love it!”, while a third said: “trip to Poundland it is”.
Sainsbury’s is doing a sausage dog yule log for Christmas
The ultimate festive dessert…
Sainsbury’s is launching a sausage dog yule log for Christmas 2020.
With everything going on, it’s only right we look forward to the festive season and all the delicious food and drink that comes with it.
‘Sammy the Sausage Dog cake’ is making its first-ever appearance for Christmas 2020 and it’s perfect for dog lovers.
Sammy is usually a chocolate sponge with chocolate buttercream but it’s set to have a Christmas makeover including candy canes and Santas hat.
The cake will be decorated in Christmas sprinkles as well as candy canes plus four tiny sausage dog legs and a puppy dog face too.
It’ll set you back £8 but the cake serves 14 people – the perfect dessert for the family this Christmas.
Sainsbury’s isn’t the only supermarket going daschund themed this Christmas, Asda are also selling their own foot and a half long chocolate Sid the Sausage Dog.
Becky Price, Asda’s product development manager for cakes, said of the cake: “We know our customers love a novelty cake that injects plenty of fun into special celebrations at an affordable price!
“We’ve seen a rising demand from our customers for sausage dog-themed products, so Sid is a great addition to our celebration cake range and is sure to become one popular pooch!”
Tesco’s seasonal range this year includes a delicious Gingerbread Latte flavoured Irish Cream Liqueur.
Plus, if you like your sausages savoury, there’s the giant sausage roll log that is fit for 10 people. AND – it’s only a fiver.
Morrisons have also got a delicious sticky toffee version of the classic trifle for all those with a sweet tooth!
Pringles brings back its advent calendar for Christmas 2020 and you can grab them at B&M
Stop everything – B&M has confirmed the Pringles advent calendar will be back for Christmas 2020.
For all my savoury people out there, this is the advent calendar for you.
It includes 12 pots of the delicious curved crisps in a range of flavours, all tucked neatly behind some fun little advent calendar doors.
You’ll get to try four different classic flavours of Pringles including original, salt and vinegar, sour cream and onion, and BBQ.
Totalling to 12 pots, you’ll get three pots of each flavour as a surprirse behind each door.
The advent calendar will set you back £7.99 which – when you compare the price of one small Pringle pot on a flight to Tenerife – is possibly the bargain of the year.
If you like even more of a bargain, 200g of Pringle tubes (the big ones) are on sale in Tesco for just £1.25, meaning three of those will get you over 100g more crisps than the calendar will.
And then you could be inventive like this guy and make your own MASSIVE Pringle advent calendar.
It’s worth noting that the B&M Pringle Advent calendar will put a heavy dint on your daily intake for calories though, coming in at 206 calories per tub.
If you definitely don’t want chocolate advent calendar but I’ve not twisted your arm for a crisps one, how about a GIN one?
Thought you’d like that – get 12 mini bottles of gin, including well-known brands such as Bombay Sapphire, Gordon’s and Tanqueray in B&Ms ’12 Gin & Tonics for Christmas’ calendar that’s in stores now.