It's a Christmas miracle. Cadbury has brought out the most beautiful of creations. As word SPREADs, I imagine the streets will be lined with people screaming in joy, students will rip themselves away from daytime telly just to celebrate alongside their parents, grandparents, and annoying cousins.

Yes, this is the best news.

Double Decker chocolate spread exists.

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Are you okay? Did you faint with joy? It's fine. We're all having palpitations around the desk so we feel you.

We're all very familiar with the normal, chocolate bar version of the Double Decker. It looks a bit like this...


Credit: Cadbury

However this tasty little spread version is described as: "Milk chocolate spread, with nougat flavouring and crunchy cereal."

The spread was discovered by NewFoodsUK, an Instagram page dedicated to finding the best foods around.

Apparently, this little beauty was picked up in ASDA for a mere £2.50.


One fan commented: "GAMECHANGER," while another added: "OH JESUS PLEASE COME TO TESCO".

And there's more good news for those of us that are chocolate fans, especially if you like yours with some booze.

Scientists have found that wine and chocolate could be the secret to looking youthful. No, really.

Scientists at the University of Exeter has released findings that suggest the time-honoured indulgent combination leads to old cells more resembling young ones.

They found that foods that contained telomeres - strands of DNA that hold cells together - are beneficial to keeping the cells of the face together and help to fight wrinkles.

Cells gradually lose telomeres over time but for those of us with healthy addictions to chocolate and red wine, that can be a thing of the past.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Fox

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her - [email protected]

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