M&S are selling a GIANT foot-long chocolate eclair – and they’re ideal for Christmas

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  • Love chocolate éclairs? If you can’t get enough of the chocolate coated choux pastry, M&S are selling a massive version for a great price.

    As part of their new festive menu, M&S have released a foot long éclair that is ideal for sharing with loved ones as the Christmas season approaches.

    Or keep it all to yourself, because it looks absolutely delicious…

    This massive dessert costs just £10, so you get a lot of dessert for your money. M&S’ version is everything you’d expect from a chocolate éclair: choux pastry, fresh cream, and melted milk chocolate on the top.

    The giant éclair was shared on the Facebook page Money Saver Online, with many dessert fans getting excited about the new arrival.

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    One fan wrote: ‘Oh dear god that looks amazing! I don’t know about slicing it up in pieces though!

    Another added: ‘I love their chocolate eclairs …so if this is as nice as them then yummy 😋😋’

    A third said: ‘Mmmm looks yummy especially with custard need to go M&S and get one’

    Of course, M&S’ signature dessert is their Colin the Caterpillar chocolate cake, which has featured at birthday parties for many years. After all, what’s a birthday party without a slice of Colin?

    So fans of Colin will be delighted to know that they’re launching a special festive edition of the iconic cake, who will sit pride of place at your Christmas dinner table.

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    Festive Colin the Caterpillar has a cute red and white Santa hat, and is covered with edible festive decorations such as candy canes, presents, snowflakes, and holly.

    With so many Christmas treats already on the market, we’re so excited for the festive season. The hard part will be choosing which goodies we pick up for the big day!

    Will you be grabbing a giant éclair or festive Colin? Let us know your thoughts!