There's been a plethora of new products released recently, so much so that it's hard to keep up with them all! Here's a few I've spotted since the Xmas Edition of Spotted In Shops...
Marks & Spencer Percy's Pink Porridge:
What better breakfast for the cold Winter months than pink porridge with the flavour of Percy Pig sweets?! Spotted at Marks & Spencer.
Häagen Dazs Marc De Champagne Truffle (Limited Edition):
Häagen Dazs have released this limited edition Marc De Champagne Truffle flavour in time for Christmas. It contains a swirl of marc de champagne sauce and chocolate truffle pieces in vanilla ice cream. It costs £4.45 per tub at Waitrose.
Magnum Chocolate and Raspberry Ice Cream:
Also in Waitrose were these new tubs of Magnum chocolate and raspberry ice cream, which contains milk & dark chocolate Magnum pieces, chocolate ice cream and raspberry sauce.
Heston from Waitrose Malted Milk and Marmalade Ice Cream:
Waitrose have also added this new variety to their "Heston from Waitrose" range, which contains malted milk flavour ice cream with a seville orange marmalade ripple.
These Winter limited edition "Snowy Puffs" are a spinoff of Sugar Puffs that contain bits of meringue along with regular sugar puffs. Here's a blurb from honeymonster.co.uk:
"Honey Monster is back with the release of my coolest cereal yet, Snowy Puffs, and there's no better way to get into the spirit of the season than by curling up with a big bowl. Adding a touch of brrrr-illiance to the original Sugar Puffs, Snowy Puffs comes with delicious meringue snowballs."
For a full review see Foodstuff Finds post on them HERE. Spotted at Poundland.
Kellogg's Rice Krispies Squares Cookie Crunch:
I'm not really a fan of Rice Krispies Squares but this Cookie Crunch variety had a "new" label on and I've not seen them anywhere else, so I thought I'd snap a pic anyway! Spotted at Poundland.
New GU After Dark Zillionaires' Puds:
These new GU Puds are "A decadent evolution of the classic millionaires’ shortbread: chocolate biscuit crumb, salted caramel made with sea salt from Guérande in western France, treacle-infused cheesecake and our richest ever ganache". Sounds amazing! Spotted at Waitrose.
Divine's Milk Tooth Chocolate:
This bizarre Milk Tooth Chocolate from Divine is described as "A smooth milk chocolate, with utterly delicious chunks of delicately roasted milk teeth. Our chocolate is made with only the finest quality molars, gathered by our skilled team of tooth fairies - and children are always paid a fair price for their teeth". Can you guess what it really contains? Spotted in a local department store for £2.50.
Well, that's it for today's Spotted In Shops...if you've tried any of these new products please let me know in the comments!