Shoppers are going wild over an ‘amazing’ new Christmas dessert made with one of the UK’s favourite chocolate bars.
Earlier this month, the Facebook page NewFoodUK – where shoppers post about new products hitting supermarket shelves – shared an image of Iceland’s new Galaxy Yule Log.
The savvy shopper, from the UK, posted a picture of them holding the sweet treat and wrote: ‘Galaxy Yule Log spotted at Iceland Foods.’
The post was quick to rack up over 2,500 ‘likes’ and hundreds of comments from excited foodies.
One person said: ‘Might have to get one of these, I love Galaxy chocolate.’
Another user, who was previously ruled out the festive treat for the year, appeared to have a change of heart: ‘I know we weren’t going to get one but we need this!’
More were super keen on Galaxy’s latest festive dessert, with one saying: ‘Love Galaxy chocolate’.
Another user said that the yule log ‘looks amazing’, while a different account described the cake as ‘delicious’, before enquiring about its price.
A self-proclaimed yule lover was also eager to taste the rich treat: ‘Love yule can’t wait to try some’.
However, one user felt it was too chocolately for them and said: ‘Could be a bit sickly!’
Iceland’s new Galaxy chocolate-flavoured yule log has proven so popular that it’s currently out of stock, but shoppers hope to see it listed back on the site soon.
But not everyone was so convinced – with some suggesting the £10 price tag was too high for the festive season.
One user thought £10 was a little too steep – they joked: ‘Could be yours only for two mortgages and three horses!’
This comes shortly after Christmas shoppers were left furious after the money they had saved on their Iceland bonus cards disappeared from their accounts.
Customers were delighted when they first found out about the superstore’s Christmas offer – where they could get a free £20 bonus if they saved £100 by November 6.
But this soon turned to horror as they watched their hard-earned cash disappear – with some claiming it had been spent hundreds of miles across the country.
Mother-of-four Kerry Dove, 46, said that she was looking forward to spending the extra money on Christmas treats for her children.
The Sheffield Hallam student told MailOnline: ‘I put the money on and thought nothing of it because I was saving for Christmas. And then I was just about to put some more on when it showed up as zero.’