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Prosecco flavoured crisps? Yep, they're on the way

Sure why wouldn’t they be says you.

Marks & Spencer results Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images

CHRISTMAS MAY BE six months away, but that hasn’t stopped Marks & Spencer from announcing what food offerings they will have in store this December.

The supermarket unveiled its Christmas menu today and, well, Marks & Spencer has some culinary monstrosities up its sleeve for the festive season.

Have you ever tasted guacamole and thought, “Hmm, I like this, but it’s really missing that Brussels sprouts taste”?

Introducing Brusselmole.

It’s guacamole, but instead of avocado, it’s made with Brussels sprouts.

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And if you can’t get enough that Brussels sprouts taste, you’re going to love the “sprout sausage”.

The sprout sausage looks like a normal sausage until you bite into it and realize it’s filled with Brussels sprouts. A spokesperson for M&S described it as “a great way to sneak this Christmas dinner must-have onto the plates of sprout avoiders”.

Do you have no morals, Marks and Spencer?

Food KitchenWise Brussels Sprouts Source: AP/Press Association Images

As if all that weren’t enough, the supermarket will also launch Prosecco-flavoured crisps.

The crisps are apparently sprinkled with pink glitter designed to fizz on your tongue.

prosecco Source: Constance Craig Smith/Twitter

We don’t know whether to be disgusted or intrigued.

Written by Amy O’Connor and originally published on DailyEdge.ie

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