Asda is selling a huge chocolate and caramel eclair for £5 and it feeds 10 people

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Asda is selling a giant chocolate and caramel eclair and it looks delicious.

With Christmas coming up this month shops are stocking up on food ready for your festive feast , and Asda’s latest offering is sure to appeal to those with a sweet tooth.

The tempting treat is super-sized, yes you heard right, a super-sized eclair! It consists of delicate choux pastry with creamy chocolate mousse inside and, if that wasn’t good enough, tangy caramel sauce too.

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The eclair has then been topped with delicious fondant, caramel flavour fudge icing and a gold dusting – we’re totally sold.

And in even better news, the lip-smacking treat comes with a purse-friendly price tag too and it’s being sold for just £5.

The Giant Éclair, as it’s aptly named, was shared on the Money Saver Online Facebook page, leading fans to unbutton their jeans to make space for the delightful dessert.

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One person wrote: “Ten?” adding, “I'm eating that on my own."

Another said the same thing, adding: “Are you sure it's for feeding 10 people, and not to last just 10 minutes?"

And a third person wrote: “I'm eating that on my own."

Of course, if an eclair made for ten people is a bit too much for you following a Christmas meal then fear not, as regular chocolate eclairs are also sold in store for just 79p.


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Still hungry? Well, cast your eye over this pigs in blankets cheesecake which has utterly divided foodies.

This intriguing treat has popped up after the team over at Pleesecakes took festive favourite pigs in blankets and put them on a cheesecake, as you do, and it’s been coined as their “most controversial cake to date.”

The cake is named The Notorious P.I.B, and, like Marmite, it has completely split opinion.

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You can expect cheddar cheese, oatmeal and thyme base, with a savoury cheesecake filling containing fresh thyme, sage and yes, the main ingredient, pigs in blankets.

The experimental cake is then topped off with sweet caramelised onion chutney, crispy pigs in blankets galore, and some fresh sprigs of thyme and rosemary.

And it’s a great dessert to bag as it’s said to serve between ten to twelve people, with Pleesecakes adding that it’s “a great alternative to the standard post-dinner cheeseboard.”

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