SHOPPERS are raving about a Christmas snack which has come back to supermarket shelves and people say it goes perfectly with cheese.
The Morrisons Christmas tree tiger tear ‘n’ share bread is back in stores this month in all its festive glory.
Morrisons fans spotted the festive treat which is selling for £1.50 in stores per 600 grams.
Food fans flocked to share the cheery news on Facebook.
One user in the Newfooduk group said: “Christmas tree tiger tear & share bread spotted at Morrisons.”
The post has now been liked over 1,200 times and has over 677 comments, shoppers were singing the tiger bread’s praises.
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One user said: “Bread is absolutely beautiful from Morrisons.”
Another suggested: “Nice idea pop in the oven with some cheese and garlic. Or tear and share with a pasta meal. Mmmm, loads of options with this bread. Going have to take a visit to Morrisons.”
“Aww love it!” said a third.
A fourth fan said: “We had them last year and it was SO GOOD.”
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As the tiger bread is part of Morrison’s bakery range it isn’t available online, so you will need to check to see if it's available in your local stores.
And if shoppers' responses are anything to go buy you may want to head into stores early to avoid wasting a trip.
It’s also worth shopping around to see if any other supermarkets have a similar product cheaper in stores.
And it seems this isn’t the only gift Morrison’s is giving to help its shoppers.
Last month Morrisons announced plans to cut prices of over 170 items to help customers cope with the rising cost of living.
The supermarket giant also released its Christmas menu last month which includes cheesy jalapeno pigs in blankets and chocolate orange pudding.
Some of the items in the Christmas range hit stores this month but more sought-out items won’t be available till December.
The LatestDeals app has a supermarket price comparison feature that will compare prices across all major supermarkets including stores like Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi.
Trolly.co.uk can tell you where to find the cheapest deals from a range of stores like B&M, Aldi and Tesco.
In other news, shoppers are going wild for "absolutely beautiful" new treat based on iconic 90s childhood dessert.
Find out everything you need to know about booking your online Christmas delivery slot with Morrisons here.
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