SNACK time has just turned all the more magical with Asda’s new unicorn popcorn that tastes of blueberries.
The supermarket has rolled out the treats for only 90p per 120g.
1 Asda has rolled out unicorn popcorn tasting of bluberriesCredit: Asda
If you’re a fan of sweet berries and popcorn, you should like the new treats as they’ve been coated with sugar, blueberry flavour and freeze dried blueberry pieces.
Each pack includes six bags weighing 20g each, and they’re available both in Asda stores and online.
If you’re keeping a close eye on your waistline, you’ll be pleased to know that each bag contains just 80 calories.
They were first spotted by Instagram account Instafoodietwins who shared a picture of the treat with their followers.
One user wrote: “I tried that and it was amazing.”
While another said: “Hm, I feel like a need this, why do I need this.”
Retailers have launched a flurry of weird and wonderful popcorn flavours recently, but the new addition at Asda is the only one of its kind among the UK’s major supermarkets.
But you can get more snacks for your bucks by going for a different flavour.
For example, Asda is selling 170g bags of its own-brand toffee popcorn for a cheaper 79p.
Or you can pick up even bigger 225g bags of sweet and salted popcorn from the brand Regal at Tesco for £1.
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For the festive season this December, Poundland started selling gingerbread toffee popcorn.
While in May, Propercorn launched an indulgent chocolate flavour.
Popcorn is becoming more and more popular as foodies ditch crisps for the healthier snack.
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