Pancake Day is just around the corner, and we've stocked up on this Marks & Spencer gin and tonic sauce to make sure it's got a bit more tang than your usual Tuesday - which means that Easter is also on the way.
Yes, fine, we've still got over seven weeks to wait but that doesn't mean we can't start picking out our favourite chocolate eggs now. Whether you're looking for milk, dark, vegan, big, small, fancy or alternative Easter eggs, the chances are you'll have your eye on at least one. We're so ready for the Hotel Chocolat sandwiches.
And if you're still not sure which egg tickles your fancy, take a look at this: the Marmite Flavour Chocolate Egg. That's right - the world's most polarising spread is delving into the world of chocolate just in time for Easter.
Whether you love it or hate it, it's happening.
The egg is described as 'the one and only Yeaster egg' with a 'full on flavour'.
You can pick up your Marmite chocolate egg from your local ASDA for just £3, and they're still available online if you can't make it to a store. However, we'd act quickly if we were you - there are a lot of Marmite fans out there who are eager to pick one (or two) up.
Will you try the Marmite Flavour Chocolate Egg?
Ooh go on... you might hate it. But you might love it.
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