Sorry Nutella but your time is up – there’s another chocolate spread in town which sounds even more delicious.
Chocolate spread really is king when it comes to toppings for your toast, changing the lives of many who thought you couldn’t beat the likes of butter, marmalade, cheese and lemon curd.
However, there’s a new spread to take your toast game to a whole new level – M&M’s chocolate spread with crispy bits.
Yes, you read correctly! Our prayers have been answered and our favourite chocolate snack has been turned into a yummy spread you can use on toast, cakes or just eat straight out of the jar with a spoon.
I think I’ve got my plans sorted for tonight then!
Available in ASDA stores across the country, as well as online, it costs £2.79 which although may sound pricey, is totally worth it for a large sharing jar filled with deliciousness.
It’s arrived just in time for Pancake Day which is taking place this year on February 13.
People are already overjoyed at the prospect of it, taking to Twitter to share their excitement:
Blue M'M chocolate spread with crispy pieces. YES PLEASE. I will av some of that.
— Paddy (@Ben_Paddy) February 1, 2018
If anyone’s interested crispy m&m spread will be on sale in asda on Monday ??
— LOZ (@laurensteer05) January 28, 2018
I will now use M&M spread on all of my sandwiches in the future and looking for anyone else that will do the same! https://t.co/PURuttOGCA
— Alt 99.1 (@AltBham) February 1, 2018
The spread is suitable for vegetarians although those with a nut allergy may want to avoid it as it contains hazelnuts.
This month another popular product was given a new funky twist sending people into social media meltdown mode.
Tango Ice Blast has always been the best part of going to the cinema and now it’s available as a creamy sorbet.
Crolla’s Gelataria is an ‘award winning family company that has been producing traditional Italian Gelato in Glasgow for over a hundred and twenty years’.
They’ve now made history by making the tasty sorbet – which is going down a treat – as owner Peter Crollas told UNILAD:
We went down for a meeting with the team and were getting ideas together for something that would be popular and go viral.
We already sold flavours of the Tango Ice Blast so we thought ‘why don’t we make a sorbet out of that’.
It’s been going down really well and we only trialled it as a gimmick back in October, but it’s been really popular on social media.
We do other stuff like gin and tonic sorbet and were thinking of doing like a frozen Fanta sorbet.
We’re still perfecting the recipe for the Tango Ice Blast, but I think it’s so popular because it’s quite nostalgic.
If you’d like to have a try, the sorbet is available in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow and High Wycombe branches of the Gelataria.
Peter also told us he might have more nostalgic desserts in the pipeline, so keep and eye out for more.
Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.