Marks & Spencer has introduced it won’t solely be promoting candy chocolate eggs this Easter, however, it may even be including a savory providing to its vary. The excessive road store can be launching its first-ever cheese Easter egg from Wednesday, 18 March.
The wax-lined mini eggs are constructed from Barber’s farmhouse cheddar and have a classic Red Leicester ‘yolk’ center. Every egg has been hand-dipped in a duck egg blue wax ‘shell’ and is roughly the dimensions of a giant hen egg.
They are going to be offered in a cardboard egg box of six for £8.50. And will likely be obtainable throughout virtually 600 M&S shops within the UK. A bigger tacky egg (roughly the dimensions of a goose egg) may also be accessible from next week for £eight.
M&S product developer, Rosie Eiduks says: “Scrumptious as it’s, we all know not everybody loves chocolate. “These with an extra savory-tooth can typically really feel not noted of the enjoyable at Easter, so this 12 months, we needed to create a must-have reward for cheese lovers too!”
“Stunning served on an Easter lunch cheese board, sliced right into a sandwich or salad, or loaded on prime of crackers.” In February, Marks & Spencer announced they’d be re-branding their widespread Colin the caterpillar cake as an Easter bunny.
The cake, which was coated in milk chocolate and adorned with mini carrot and egg-formed decorations. However, the rabbit-impressed cake was criticized by clients who stated it reminded them of Donnie Darko and regarded “demonic.”
In May 2019, the shop was praised for introducing vegetarian-pleasant Percy Pig sweets. After years of promoting the sweets with a gelatine recipe, they determined to take away it from the listing of components.