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M&S brings back fan favourite for Easter – but shoppers are making same demand


M&S has brought back its “delicious” limited-edition cake in time for Easter Sunday – but fans are all making the same demand.

The cake is the latest addition to the M&S Foodhall as part of its “Easter Edition”.

The retail giant has announced a beloved cake is coming back this Easter


The retail giant has announced a beloved cake is coming back this EasterCredit: Getty
The limited-edition Chocolate Bouche Cake will be available in M&S cafes


The limited-edition Chocolate Bouche Cake will be available in M&S cafesCredit: Facebook

The giant retailer has announced it is bringing back the beloved Chocolate Bouche Cake and it is going down a storm with sweet-toothed shoppers.

Taking the Facebook, a spokesperson said: “Back by popular demand our limited-edition Chocolate Bouche Cake!

“Hand rolled chocolate sponge cake filled with a rich chocolate buttercream, topped with Easter egg sprinkles and a white chocolate egg. How amazing does that sound?”

The hand-rolled chocolate sponge cake boasts rich chocolate buttercream, Easter egg sprinkles and a white chocolate egg.

The retailer urged customers to rush to their nearest M&S branch to nab a slice this Easter Sunday.

The post added: “Pop down to your local M&S Cafe and grab a slice, you won’t want to miss out.”

The post has already gathered thousands of likes from fodies – with hundreds flocking to the comments section to share their thoughts.

Chocolate lovers praised the Easter-edition cake dubbing it “absolutely delicious”.

A shopper said: “Looks and sounds amazing, wish I was going to M&S today.”

Another added: “I could eat that entire thing in one sitting and not feel bad about it.”

A third wrote: “Had it already! Beautifully moist and indulgently chocolate. Haven’t seen the coffee and walnut for a while though.”

Although users were left delighted by the announcement, many shared the same complaint.

The Chocolate Bouche Cake will only be available at M&S Cafe and not in-stores.

Many were left disappointed and begged the retailer to bring the item to its isles.

One wrote: “How can you only have this in the cafe and not for sale in the shops? I’m sure it would be a best seller.”

Another cried: “Please make one to buy in store next year!”

A third said: “Marks and Spencer thank you, maybe we’ll see it on the shelves next Easter.”

A fourth cried: “I would definitely buy one of these if they were on sale in the shop!”

It comes as the retailer launched a “super-sized hot cross bun cake” which has all the features of the traditional Easter treat – just with a twist.

The new Easter treat has all of the traditional flavours that you would expect to find in an M&S hot cross bun – just in a cake.

What other Easter goodies are on offer?

IF you are feeling a little spoilt for choice and don’t know where to start, don’t worry, we have done the hard work for you.

Whether it is the tastiest hot cross bun or the cheapest chocolate you are after, we have got you covered.

We put to the test hot cross buns from eight different supermarkets to find the best – and the cheapest cost just 31p and was bursting with flavour.

The taste test included Waitrose, Morrisons, Lidl and more and the winner scored top marks when it came to taste and value.

If you fancy trying something different this year, we also tried out some of the more wacky hot cross bun flavours out there, and the winner was worth every penny.

There has also been some recent hot cross bun controversy as supermarket giant Iceland decided to replace the traditional cross with a tick, on some of its hot cross buns.

The retailer said that the move was following some feedback it had received from customers, and they were just trialling the change on some of its products.

Meanwhile, if you are still on the hunt for your Easter eggs, we can reveal where you can go this week to get the best deals.

Also, one discount supermarket is selling Nestle Milky Bar Easter eggs for just 10p.

We can also reveal which supermarket is slashing the cost of veg to just 15p as supermarket price wars start to kick off.

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