Cadbury is launching a Mini Eggs chocolate bar for Easter next year - which, frankly, is the exactly the kind of optimism we need to keep us going through the next few months. Bravo, very good.
Sure, Halloween's not even been and gone yet, let alone Christmas, but already we're thinking about what we're going to be eating when spring rolls around.
Specifically, we're drooling over the new chocolate bar from Cadbury, which will come stuffed with shards of crunchy pastel-coloured eggs. Just think of the texture! What a dream.
A spokesperson from Cadbury confirmed the good news, telling LADbible: "It's true - our iconic Mini Eggs are coming to tablet form this Easter!
"We will be able to share more details on this new treat as well as the rest of our plans for a cracking Easter season very soon - so watch this space."
While the new product is part of the Cadbury Easter 2021 range, just think about how early seasonal goods often crop up in shops... I mean, Advent calendars were on shelves in September?!
Food blogger JohnsSnackReviews claims the could be released as soon as December, saying on Instagram: "Coming Soon to the UK! Expected to be released in December as part of the Easter 2021 range!"
I like those odds.
Already social media users are on board, with one tweeting that the news was 'about the only good thing to come out this year'.
This could be the serious turn around we need for 2021 pic.twitter.com/ZGbI2TjSN7
- Will Manning (@itswillmanning) October 19, 2020
Another person said: "Nah this is the biggest game changer I've seen in a long time."
A third added: "2021 has already peaked."
We may have to wait until the Easter product range drops before we can get our chops around one of the new Mini Egg bars, but in the meantime we can always indulge in some seasonal treats that are a little more suited to this time of year.
Aldi's also selling some chocolate snowmen that you can melt into a mug of milk for a dreamy hot chocolate, which even have surprise marshmallows and chocolate drops stuffed inside.
See, it's not all bad...