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Poundland Is Now Selling Biscoff Biscuits Covered In Chocolate

Poundland Is Now Selling Biscoff Biscuits Covered In Chocolate

For the confectionery connoisseurs out there, Lotus' Biscoff Caramels sit firmly on the top tier of the biscuit world. They are almost perfect.

Now, while most thought they might never be bettered, they have been. But not by a rival manufacturer, oh no; the biscuit boffins over at Lotus decided to throw caution to the wind and smother the original snack in chocolate. Belgian chocolate.

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This is incredible news.

And if things couldn't be improved any further, guess what? They're available to buy at Poundland.

The budget chain is flogging packets of seven, with three individual biscuits in each, for just £1 - meaning you can get 21 of these little fellas for an absolute snip.

With just 37 calories per biscuit, you can afford to go HAM on these bad boys.

These lads are on sale at Poundland. Credit: Lotus
These lads are on sale at Poundland. Credit: Lotus
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A shopper shared the exciting news, posting a photograph to a Facebook group of a pack in her local store.

Sadly, however, they're not available online, so you'll have to get to your store if you want to get your hands on them.

But don't worry if you're one of the few people in the world who just don't see the appeal of chocolate - Poundland is still stocking the original caramel flavours.

The crumbly bites are also on sale at Asda and Sainsbury's, where they are usually priced at £1.49 and £1.25, respectively.

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However, Asda is pushing its supermarket rivals by dropping the price to £1 online.

And they've been a hit with shoppers who've bought them already. Reviewing them on Asda's website, one fan wrote: "Lovely with a cuppa, nice and sweet, nearly ate the whole packet."

You'll have to go into your local store to get your hands on them. Credit: PA
You'll have to go into your local store to get your hands on them. Credit: PA

While another added: "Got these as a substitute, they're delicious, just enough chocolate has ordered again."

And while you're visiting Poundland, why not kill two birds with one stone and put an end to noisy sleepers, for good.

While we're not condoning the use of violence, the 'Snoring Swatter' could change your life.

The nifty little device, which promises to 'give that snore what for', was spotted by a Poundland shopper who posted a photo of it in the Facebook group 'B&M Bargains & More'.

The snap of the extendable arm was shared with the caption: "Found this in Poundland, I think every woman needs one of these."

And for many people in the group, it was the answer to their prayers.

Commenting on the post, one person said: "I'm off shopping."

A second user wrote: "I need one of these."

A third complained: "Need!!!!! Currently sleeping on the sofa due to my walrus husband."

Can't put a price on a good night's sleep, but £1 seems reasonable.

Featured Image Credit: Poundland

Topics: Food, Interesting

Dominic Smithers

Dominic graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in French and History. Like you, Dom has often questioned how much use a second language has been. Well, after stints working at the Manchester Evening News, the Accrington Observer and the Macclesfield Express, along with never setting foot in France, he realised the answer is surprisingly little. But I guess, c'est la vie. Contact us at [email protected]