M&S launches new festive desserts – including a Christmas Colin the Caterpillar

M&S launches new festive desserts – including a Christmas Colin the Caterpillar

09/30/2020

This isn’t just any Christmas food… it’s M&S Christmas food.

Supermarket Marks & Spencer has launched its festive food website and is finally open for customers to place their Christmas order.

The range is filled with irresistible goodies – including fresh seafood, goose fat roasties and juicy Turkey

But, the dessert section is where the supermarket has set the bar high.

And, one sweet treat stands out amongst the rest – the Christmas Tree Colin the Caterpillar.

The iconic cake, a fixture at British birthday parties for generations, has been given a festive makeover.

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The chocolate covered sponge roll is filled with chocolate buttercream as usual.

But, now the smiling bug will be wearing a fun red Santa hat and boots.

Plus covered in lots of dark, milk and white chocolate treats – including presents, baubles and an Xmas tree.

Finally, our favourite cake buddy will be dusted in red and green sprinkles.

Phwoar – sounds delicious!

Alongside Colin, there’s 330 magical products available to order.

From Turkey to beef, vegan dishes and wheat-free products, plus starters and buffet food.

If you’re looking for more puds to share the table with Colin then there’s a traditional Yule log, £20, as well as a No-Wheat version, £6.

And there's a vegan chocolate torte for £12.

For buffet style diners, there’s a collection desserts party selection pack filled with citron tarts, vanilla and chocolate cheesecake bites, and sticky toffee bites for £16.

Oh, it doesn’t end there – you can get traditional Christmas puds, or ones flavoured with chocolate and orange.

There’s a sticky toffee pudding trifle, £12, and a variety of profiteroles, £15, or even chocolate pinecones.

The festive range can be pre-ordered for collection on their website – christmasfood.marksandspencer.com – and picked up closer to the day from your local M&S store.

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