Marks And Spencer has just announced that it has launched a range of ‘Cake-Away’ dessert jars. The tubs, which you can pick up from M&S this very minute, come in three delicious flavours.
The cake pots provide perfectly portioned cakey desserts, that would be great at any picnic, or just in your lunchbox, tbh.
Now, I’m guessing you’re wanting to know more about those flavours. Am I right?
So, the first one (and the most exciting one, in my personal opinion) is the Colin The Caterpillar Chocolate Cake. It features layers of all that signature Colin goodness: rich chocolate sponge, Belgian chocolate sauce, chocolate ganache, milk and white chocolate chips. All finished with a Colin The Caterpillar white chocolate face.
The second flavour is Raspberry Ripple: layers of madeira sponge, sweet raspberry jam, creamy vanilla buttercream and freeze-dried raspberry pieces.
And finally, there’s an extremely decadent Trillionaire’s Cake jar, with layers of madeira sponge with salted caramel sauce, chocolate ganache, milk chocolate shortcake balls and fudge pieces.
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Natalie Tate, Lead Product Developer for M&S Cakes, said: “These cake jars are absolutely delicious and are perfect for picnics, lunches on the go – or pretty much whenever you need a sweet fix. Gone are the days of picking a cake to suit all tastes – you can now mix and match to suit everyone. Much like an indulgent ice cream tub – there is something about diving straight in with a spoon that make the experience all the more delicious. I LOVE the Trillionaire’s, it is the ultimate in indulgent, chocolatey caramel goodness – a must try! But of course, all are delicious.”
You can buy M&S’s Cake-Away Jars in store now, and each one will set you back £4.
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