Asda Selling Foot-Long Chocolate And Caramel Eclairs For 10 People
Asda have created a huge, foot-long chocolate and caramel eclair, which can feed up to 10 people (if you're into sharing).
The dessert is made up of a flaky choux pastry, filled with a creamy chocolate mousse, caramel sauce and a rich fondant. It's topped with caramel flavoured fudge icing and a sweet, gold-coloured dust.
It's available at selected Asda stores for a fiver and will probably be fairly popular, given that it sounds amazing.
If it seems like that might be a bit much for you, you can get smaller chocolate eclairs from the supermarket for 79p.
And now you've got your Christmas dessert sorted, seeing as 2020 has been the year of the unconventional, you might as well go for a pigs in blanket pizza in lieu of a boring turkey.
If you opt for the Lidl offering, you'll pay £3.29 for a stone-baked sourdough pizza with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, red onions, pigs in blankets - obviously - and cranberry sauce.
This particular pizza will be in stores as of Thursday, which is 3 December.
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Over at Morrisons you'll be able to pick up a full Christmas dinner pizza that features the classic tomato and mozzarella combo, but also sage and onion turkey, pigs in blankets - again, obviously - and yet more cranberry sauce.
This 10 inch pizza is going to set you back £2.89 and has already been sighted on the shelves of the UK.
If that still isn't quite adventurous enough for you, then staying on the same theme, a company has created a pigs in blankets cheesecake.
Pleesecakes - the company behind the unusual idea - have said it's 'the most controversial cake' it has ever made.
The wonderfully named Notorious P.I.B is made using a bunch of savory ingredients, including cheddar cheese, rosemary and caramelised onion and is topped with the meaty festive favourites.
Announcing the cheesecake, Pleesecakes said: "Pigs in Blankets are everyone's favourite festive snack and the ultimate Christmas dinner side... but how about as a topping on a cheesecake?
"Putting those little salty morsels on a well-deserved pedestal is Pleesecakes with its most controversial cake to date, The Notorious P.I.B. A cheddar cheese, oatmeal and thyme base with a savoury cheesecake filling containing fresh thyme, sage and pigs in blankets, topped with a sweet caramelised onion chutney, a generous portion of crispy pigs in blankets, and fresh sprigs of thyme and rosemary."
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