With Christmas just around the corner, more desserts have started to fill supermarket shelves.
This includes a number of Mars desserts across ranges including M&Ms, Snickers and Galaxy.
Shoppers have gone mad for one product in particular – the Galaxy Yule Log.
One shopper posted the find of the product on the Facebook group Newfoodsuk.
Shoppers have gone wild for the Galaxy dessert
It received more than 1,600 comments and 2,500 ‘like’ and ‘love’ reactions.
One comment read “I want this” while another added “I would love this!”.
A third said: “I know we weren’t going to get one but we need this!”
Another added “I can’t wait to try some” and a shopper said “that looks delicious”. One customer continued that “yule log is my fave dessert of all time”.
This is not the only Mars product the retailer has introduced ahead of Christmas.
The range includes Mars Galaxy Cookie Crumble Cheesecake, an M&M’s Cookie Pie, Galaxy Chocolate Orange Macarons and Mars Snickers Nutcracker Bites.
Iceland customers can also pick up Bounty Mini Eclairs, Mars Roulade, Galaxy Caramel Profiteroles and Galaxy Malteasers The Ultimate Layered Chocolate Dessert.
In other chocolate news, Britons were “gutted” as Nestlé scrapped a popular UK-made chocolate bar after 60 years.
Iceland has launched its Christmas range that includes plenty of party food staples along with the sweet treats.
The supermarket chain has launched a three of £5 party favourites deal helping Britons to stock up for the festive season.
In the offer, shoppers can get their hands on:
Iceland Christmas Tree Lollies, (210g)
Iceland Sweet Chilli Tempura Prawns, (10pk)
Iceland Melted Cheese Straws, (10pk)
Iceland Mini Pigs in Blankets, (8pk)
Iceland Cauliflower Popcorn, (250g)
Iceland Jalapeno Cream Cheese, (180g)
Iceland has released its Christmas products
Group Buying Director at Iceland Foods & The Food Warehouse Andrew Staniland said: “We’re always big on value and variety at Iceland.
“Our latest range of hundreds of new products, many of which shoppers simply won’t find anywhere else, is a testament to our commitment to put money back in shoppers’ pockets when they need it most.
“The variety and value of our latest product launch is really something else, and one more way we’re showing our ongoing commitment to helping families across the UK eat well for less every day.”
Other supermarkets have shared their Christmas range, with Marks & Spencer launching some pricey options.
The retailer listed Christmas dinner offers including £28 vegetables and £20 pork pies.