There is now a whole range of scented candles inspired by your favourite childhood sweets.
Could this be the most nostalgic invention ever?
Swizzels sweets were a staple part of most of our childhoods, so the smell alone of these treats is enough to transport any of us back to the happier days of our youth.
But have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your whole house smell like them?
Well, the Food Warehouse, which has been providing the UK with great deals since 2014, is making everyone’s sweet dreams come true with the launch of their new sweet scented candles.
Inspired by all the favourite Swizzles sweet flavours, customers can bag a scented version of their favourite retro treats at their local Food Warehouses for just £1.
The colourful candles aim to give customers a whiff of their childhood while filling their homes with the nostalgic scent of those many trips to the corner shop.
Four different scents are on offer, all of which are inspired by the classic sweets.
The Swizzles Drumstick Squashies Scented Candle is inspired by, well, the scent of Drumstick Squashies.
And the Swizzles Loveheart Scented Candle replicated perfectly the smell of the famed sweets – the perfect romantic gesture, perhaps?
On the other hand, you can purchase a candle inspired by Parma Violets – an admittedly divisive sweet, but delicious nonetheless.
The Swizzles Rainbow Drops Scented Candle is also up for grabs, something that is guaranteed to brighten up your home.
Visit the Food Warehouse website for more information on the delicious new candles.
Burger King is now selling a frozen strawberry Fanta slushy for the summer
Know anyone who’d love this?
BIG News: Burger King has made our summer dreams come true with the launch of a frozen slushy.
And, to make this news even more exciting, their slushy is made from Fanta.
Now, frozen beverages are usually reserved for American customers only, with us Brits having being cruelly deprived of the delicious frozen goodness to accompany our Whoppers. But now, our time has come.
The Frozen Fanta Strawberry is now joining Frozen Coca Cola as another refreshing choice for iced-drink fanatics.
The latest addition is available to order both in-restaurant and through the drive-thru, and will cost £2.29 for a regular and just twenty pence more, £2.49, for a large.
The new drink joins three new cheese and bacon burgers on BK’s menu, which you can view for yourself here.
Aldi is selling a massive 28oz ‘Godfather’ steak in time for Father’s Day
Do you think your dad is up to the challenge?
Aldi is launching a giant 28oz steak just in time for Father’s Day.
The bargain supermarket, famous usually for it’s random middle aisle offerings, has put all our Father’s Day woes to bed with their ‘Godfather’ rump steak, a chunkier cousin of their ‘Big Daddy’ steak.
The mammoth cut of meat weighs in at a whopping 28oz and is perfect for the whole family to feast upon – though, if he thinks he’s up for the challenge, it will make for the ideal Father’s Day treat for one.
And if, like me, you’re a little worried about your steak cooking skills, Aldi has teamed up with the Culinary Director of Gaucho Restaurants, Mike Reid to share tips on how to cook the perfect steak.
Mike, who is also a regular on BBC1’s Ready Steady Cook, said: “I would always recommend cooking a steak such as Aldi’s Godfather Rump over fire – the combination of wood and coal gives a unique, smoky flavour to meat.
“Anyone in need of some pointers should follow my simple hints and tips; a fail proof guide to getting restaurant standard steak at home – every dad’s dream!”
He has also offered some expert advice on how to cook normal-sized steaks from home – did you know that steak needs to be cooked at room temperature to ensure it cooks evenly? For this, you simply need to remove the meat from the fridge around an hour before cooking.
He also pointed out that different cuts (rump, sirloin, fillet, etc) require different cooking methods – according to Mike, the higher the fat content, the higher the initial heat you need to cook it on. If you have a leaner cut like fillet or rump, you want a gentler heat to cook over as you don’t have as much fat to be rendering.
The supermarket’s rare offering is priced at a very reasonable £7.99 and is available in stores from June 17th – just in time for the big day.
Aldi’s ice cube maker is perfect for keeping cool this summer
Tepid tap water be gone!
Aldi is now selling a budget ice cube maker perfect for the warm summer months.
There’s nothing quite as depressing as tepid tap water on a hot day and, in this ongoing heatwave, I can bet that one too many of you will have had to make do with a luke warm glass of water in a bid to cool down.
Well, Aldi, the king of all random and budget buys, is here to save the day (and potentially the whole summer).
Introducing: The Ambiano Ice Cube Maker.
Promising to keep your drinks ‘chilled, cool and refreshing’, this ice maker is the newest way to stay cool this summer.
Complete with a detachable basket and ice scoop, this machine makes ice in a matter of minutes – around seven to eight minutes, to be precise. It also comes with a self-cleaning function, so that you’ve always got fresh, delicious-tasting ice on tap without having to worry about hygiene issues.
And, to make this offer even more irresistible, you can choose between two ice sizes – small for your cocktails or large for your pitchers.
The website’s description reads: “Enjoy chilled drinks whenever you need them with the Ambiano Ice Cube Machine. Choose from small or large ice cubes to pair with your drink of choice.
“This digital ice cube machine will help you focus on enjoying the summer sun while your drink remains chilled, cool and refreshing on the side.”
If this isn’t the most necessary summer investment of the year, I honestly don’t know what is.
Aldi’s Ambiano Ice Cube Maker is available exclusively online now for just £79.99.