Maltesers biscuits now exist and you can buy them in AsdaJanuary 14, 2020
IF you like a choccy biccy, you're going to love the brand new Maltesers biscuits available in Asda.
The biscuits are made up of three "malty bubbles" filled with honeycomb pieces and and coated in milk chocolate.
Asda are selling packs for £1.50 in stores, which gives you ten of the delicious snacks.
Online, the supermarket is selling slightly larger packs for £1.99, with 15 biscuits each.
The biscuits are exclusive to Asda at the moment, but Tesco and Sainsbury's will also be selling them from March this year.
The treats were first spotted by foodie Instagrammer NewFoodsUK
He said that the biscuits reminded him of honeycomb Cadbury's fingers.
So far, 3,604 people have liked the post, with lots of Instagram users getting excited about the new launch.
One commented: "bet these are good for cuppa teas", while another added: "These are the best biscuit out there!"
According to the pack information, each biscuit weighs in at approximately 11g, and contains 66 calories.
Mars, who make the biscuits, recommend that two biscuits make up a single serving. If you follow the guidelines that's 5.6g of fat and 7.6g of sugar.
The biscuits are suitable for vegetarians but may contain traces of nuts.
If you want to pick up a pack you can find your nearest Asda using the store locator tool.
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