A company has created a pigs in blankets cheesecake and, hear me out, it sounds pretty good.
Although pigs and blankets used to be reserved for Christmas dinner, their growing popularity over the years means they've been popping up all over the place in recent years, with crisps, mayonnaise and even ice-cream getting in on the act.
So it was probably only a matter of time before someone went an made a cheesecake, wasn't it?
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.
See, starting to sound a bit bloody delicious now, isn't it?
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.
"This creation brings additional 'wow' to your Christmas table and makes a great alternative to the standard post-dinner cheeseboard."
It costs £38 and serves between 10 and 12 people, so there's plenty to go around.
If you want to get your hands on one, you'll have to head to the Pleescakes headquarters in Redhill, Surrey - or you can have it delivered, providing you live within a 70-mile radius.
You can find out more information here.
Earlier this year, Sainsbury's revealed its brand-new pigs in blankets flavoured mayonnaise.
Sainsbury's has recreated the smoky pig in blanket flavour using paprika and tomato paste.
The new condiment is currently in Sainsbury's across the nation or online and is just 95p for a 280ml bottle.
And if that's not enough pigs in blanket for you, the supermarket is also flogging 'sprout sprinkle' - a 'pigs in blankets style seasoning'.
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