Bailey’s has launched an array of delicious desserts at Tesco, from salted caramel and hot chocolate cupcakes to a hot chocolate freakshake cake, which means you’re really left spoilt for choice.
It appears Tesco has been listening to our inner foodie thoughts, having decided to stock up on their dessert aisles with Bailey’s yummiest desserts, which include salted caramel and hot chocolate cupcakes.
Complete with tiny marshmallows, the mini cakes come in packs of nine which means everyone should get to have a nibble. Costing you £4, it’s a treat you really do deserve.
This announcement comes not long after Asda announced they would be the first to be selling Bailey’s salted caramel flavour liqueur. The sweet new edition has the original velvety-smooth blend of the original Bailey’s Original Irish Cream. Yet with the hint of salt and rich caramel, the delicious flavour has become even more delightful.
Asda stores and online will be the first to be selling the alcoholic drink from 10 October, with Morrisons and Sainbury’s not following suit until 1 November.
Setting you back £16 a bottle, each 70cl bottle contains 17% APV. The liqueur will join alongside other permanent flavours such as the Original, Almande (dairy-free), Chocolate Luxe, Orange Truffle, and Coffee.
Anyways, speaking of Bailey’s. They have also released a ‘Hot Chocolate Freakshake Cake’ which sounds absolutely delicious. The chocolate sponge cake is filled and topped with Bailey’s flavoured frosting. The Bailey’s frosting is topped with edible decorations that make it the most divine looking dessert.
Available at Tesco for £13, the freakshake cake will make the perfect alternative to a Christmas pudding over the holiday period. As it serves up to 16 people, it would make the perfect dessert for an intimate gathering of close family and friends.
The hot chocolate cake was originally introduced last year but has had a slight update to make it even better than ever.
However, if you’re under 18-years-old you may need to find another substitute dessert because although the boozy dessert might not get you tipsy, it still contains alcohol. Like anything containing alcohol, you will need proof of age when purchasing at the till.
If this doesn’t take your fancy, why don’t you try M&S’s new enormous foot-long éclair that costs an affordable £10?
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