Marks and Spencer is promising its Food Hall customers a big change when they next shop there. The retailer has released brand new items into their bakery range and told shoppers that the new additions will make its bakeries feel “completely different”. What are the new additions?
M&S says: “Grabbing brekkie on the go or want to switch up your snacking? Try our new banana and almond muffin, which is deliciously moist and filled with banana puree, mixed spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, sultanas for extra sweetness, and topped with sliced almonds.”
There will also be a six-pack of its Yumnuts too which will include flavours like milk and cookies.
Yumnuts are a unique bake and are a mix of a doughnut and Yum Yum.
M&S says: “Since the invention of Dominique Ansel’s Cronut® in 2013, the trend for hybrid bakes shows no signs of slowing down – especially with the launch of our super-delicious yumnut.
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“Made using a unique, butter-enriched recipe, these showstopping treats are rested for a minimum of 12 hours and feature beautifully light layers. The dough is then fried, covered in a sweet sugar glaze and finished with a variety of indulgent toppings.”
There are also other new flavours including a ‘Raspberry Royale’ and a zingy lemon one available with crushed meringue pieces on top.
M&S says: “Try our ‘raspberry royale’, which has a sweet yet sharp fondant icing and a scattering of pretty freeze-dried raspberries. Our ‘simply the zest’ lemon yumnut packs a punch of zesty flavour thanks to its zingy glaze, biscuit crumb and meringue pieces.
“If something indulgent and chocolatey is more up your street, then opt for our dark chocolate, salted caramel and biscuit ‘billionaire’s’ yumnut, or our ‘milk and cookies’ yumnut, which is topped with a milk vanilla glaze, chocolate and cookies. Like to keep things classic? Our ‘plain Jane’ version is simply delicious, with a sweet vanilla flavour.”
The news of the new bakery additions comes after M&S launched giant Colin and Connie the Caterpillar cakes available to buy online.
Taking to its Facebook page to announce the launch of its newest addition, the retailer posted a photo of the giant cake.
They wrote: “Colin… but SUPER-SIZED! Available exclusively online to collect in store, our GIANT Colin the Caterpillar cake (with a giant white-choc face!) will make your birthday extra-sweet.”
The launch of the giant cake was released to mark Colin’s 30th birthday after launching in 1990.
The giant cakes are said to serve 40 people but come with an expensive price tag of £45 compared to the original Colin which costs just £7.