Costa Spring Easter menu 2019 includes warm cheese scones and crispy rice cakes

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Costa Spring Easter menu 2019 includes warm cheese scones and crispy rice cakes



WITH Easter soon around the corner, Costa Coffee has launched a brand new menu filled with Easter-themed treats.
The UK’s biggest high street coffee shop is returning with an old favourite and several brand new treats including crispy rice cakes and warm cheese scones, and you can get your hands on them in stores already.
Costa Coffee Costa Coffee has launched a new spring menu, including a chocolate-filled cornflake nest topped with Easter eggs
If you have a massive sweet tooth, you’ll want to try the new chocolate-filled cornflake nest which is topped with mini Easter eggs.
Or, you can try the light and crispy Snackwafers, which are available with cocoa and vanilla fillings.
The chain is also bringing back the popular Choc-O-Crunch – a ring of crispy rice flavoured of caramel and covered in three pastel shades of white chocolate.
If you don’t eat gluten, you can munch on Costa’s new raspberry and coconut bar, which consists of a gluten-free pastry with a raspberry and sultana filling and a coconut topping.
Costa Coffee The chain’s Choc-O-Crunch are back due to popular demand
On the sweet menu, there’s also the gluten-free vegan fruity flapjack, filled with gluten free oats, sultanas, cranberries and apricots.
If you prefer something savoury, you’re in luck as Costa’s new menu includes two cheesy additions.
Served warm, its new scone combines mature Irish cheddar, parmesan-style cheese, chives and a spice hit of cayenne pepper.
And the chain’s cheese twist is a buttery puff pastry with mature cheddar and parmesan-style cheese.
Costa Coffee The cheesy scones come with Irish cheddar, parmesan-style cheese, chives and cayenne pepper
Costa Coffee The cheese twists are new additions to Costa’s menu
Those looking for a healthier breakfast option should try the chain’s bircher.
Made with Greek style yoghurt, grated apple, apple juice, oats, blueberry and mixed berry compote, the breakfast is topped with dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds.
Eric Tavoukdjian, commercial marketing director at Costa, said: “With spring being a time to try new something new, there is no better time to introduce new seasonal items for our customers to enjoy.
“We are excited to expand our vegetarian and gluten-free range, as well as offering a variety of Easter themed treats to Costa fans.”
The menu will be available until May in over 2,600 Costa Coffee stores. You can find your nearest branch here.
Costa Spring Menu 2019: FoodHERE’S what food is on offer, the prices as well as the calories per portion.Sweet menu:
Cornflake Nest (296 calories) – from £1.95
Choc-O-Crunch (238 calories) – from £1.95
Cocoa Snackwafer (223 calories) – from £1.20
Vanilla Snackwafer (230 calories) – from £1.20
Gluten Free Vegan Fruity Flapjack (251 calories) – from £1.80
Gluten Free Raspberry & Coconut Bar (287 calories) – from 1.80
Savoury menu:
Berry Bircher (259 calories) – from £2.35
Cheese Scone (391 calories) – from £2.49
Cheese Twist (327 calories) – from £1.99

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Costa Coffee came under fire in January this year for packing vegan drinks with eight teaspoons of sugar.
In November last year, the chain announced stores could ban people under 16 from buying caffeinated drinks.
Meanwhile, in December it started testing click and collect coffees so you can beat the queue.
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