Asda is selling Philadelphia cheese mixed with Milka chocolate and shoppers don’t know what to make of it

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Asda is selling Philadelphia cheese mixed with Milka chocolate and shoppers don't know what to make of it



SHOPPERS who like an unusual flavour combination may want to head on down to Asda where it’s selling a Philadelphia cheese spread mixed with Milka chocolate.
Philadelphia suggests the combo could be slathered on pancakes but we reckon it could also be a good topping for cheesecakes.
newfoodsuk/Instagram Asda is selling a Philadelphia cheese spread mixed with Milk chocolate
It could also make the ideal pairing for those who can’t decide whether to go for a cheeky cheese course after dinner or a dessert.
The spread was first spotted in store at Asda by food blogger Newfoodsuk whose post has now had more than 3,000 likes.
One Instagram user commented: “I mean, wouldn’t want them with Sweet Chilli Sensations but I’d defo give it a go.”
While another said: “I’ve tried that! It tastes like chocolate cheesecake – so good on a croissant!”
But not everyone is convinced. Once person commented: “Don’t know how I feel about this”.
Newfoodsuk says the spread costs £1 for a 150g tub but we’ve asked Asda to confirm and we’ll update this story as soon as we get a response.
We couldn’t find the new spread online at any of the four major supermarkets although they do sell a range of different savoury Philadelphia cheese spreads for about £1 to £2.
According to Philadelphia, there are 430 calories in a tub or 86 per the recommended 30g serving.
An adult man should have around 2,500 calories a day while it’s 2,000 for a woman, according to NHS guidelines.
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But chocolate and cheese isn’t the only unusual food flavour out there. Just last month a Marmite peanut butter launched.
Asda is also selling a Marmite flavoured chocolate egg this year.
Meanwhile Aldi has launched a parma violets flavoured gin.
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