Mars has launched new Maltesers Cake Bars that will ruin many Britons’ New Year resolutions.
After the excess of Christmas, when it is perfectly acceptable to have chocolate for breakfast, January is often followed by a surge in healthy eating.
Initiatives like Dry January – where you avoid alcohol – and Veganuary, where you eat a plant-based diet, are very trendy.
After a year like never before, however, it seems to be different when it comes to our eating habits in January.
That’s when the food gods on Mars have something to do with it.
New Maltesters Cake Bars sent for us to try!
Without further ado, let us introduce you to the newcomer – the new Maltesters Cake Bars.
“The nation’s love for cake bars will rise with the introduction of a new light, chocolaty, crispy and malty variety,” said a representative.
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“The new Maltesers Cake Bars combine a light malt sponge with a malt-flavored cream that contains Maltesers Pips and is all coated with a layer of chocolate.”
They added, “Seriously, what is there not to love?”
After looking at the pictures of the bars we have to say that we agree.
The new Maltesers Cake Bar combines a light malt sponge with a malt-flavored cream that contains Maltesers pips and is coated with a layer of chocolate.
Perfect with a cup of coffee or for a sugar boost after lunch. The new bars look delicious.
They contain a layer of wet sponge cake topped with a fairly generous layer of Malester cream.
Tiny “feathers” from Maltese are embedded in this cream.
How many calories are in a bar?
Far from ruining any diet, the new cake bars aren’t actually too caloric.
If you’ve eaten healthy for the rest of the day, they won’t affect your New Years health kick much.
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The bars contain only 127 calories each.
Remember to eat them in moderation!
Where can i buy it?
If you want to try them out, you can pick them up right away at Morrisons, Tesco and your local one stop.
Starting January 11th, they’ll be in Sainsbury’s and Co-Op.
Asda gets it on January 18th.
The packs of five individually wrapped cake bars cost £ 1.65.
She only does 33p each.
That’s what we call a January bargain!
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