BREAKFAST is said to be the most important meal of the day and now you can make it all the more magical with Asda’s new UNICORN spread.
Tasting of raspberries, the 350g jars also come with popping candy pieces.
1 The spread tastes of raspberries and contains popping candy piecesCredit: Emily Fairhurst/Instagram
The spread is made from a combination of sugar, oil, cocoa butter, flavouring, colouring, as well as milk and buttermilk powder.
If you’re worried about giving yourself or the the little ones too much sugar, you’ll want to know that each 15g serving contains 86 calories and 8.1g of sugar – roughly two teaspoons.
This is similar to Nutella, which contains 80 calories and 8.4g of sugar in the same serving size.
If that hasn’t put you off, the spread costs £1.50 and was first spotted by a shopper in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, whose post quickly racked up more than 1,500 comments.
One user said: “Bet the babies would like this (we can eat it too).”
While another, who tagged her friend, added: “Please can you get me one.”
But others weren’t as convinced, with one user writing: “Can only imagine the s*** that goes into that.”
Asda told The Sun the jars are officially rolling into stores next week, even though shoppers have spotted some in shops already.
We don’t know yet if they’ll be available online too but we’ll update this story as soon as we get confirmation from Asda.
Asda has 645 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
None of the other major supermarkets in the UK are selling unicorn spreads and we haven’t found any raspberry-flavoured versions anywhere else either.
But you can order a 360g jar of unicorn protein almond spread from Amazon for £15.01, including free delivery.
The same spread is also on sale at Predatornutrition.com for a cheaper £10.99, but you’d also have to pay £2.99 for delivery.
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If unicorns aren’t your thing, Asda is also selling a Pimm’s jam for shoppers to spread on toast and scones.
While a few months ago, Marmite launched a peanut butter and you’ll either love it or hate it.
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