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m and s deserts anyone had one yet - can recomend one?

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ZeViteVitchofCwismas Wed 21-Dec-16 21:23:46

am thinking of the tree cake thing....

bingbong02 Wed 21-Dec-16 21:28:26

Every year we go and let the dc pick the desert from m&s, it's turned into our little tradition.

We've never been disappointed (even though they usually don't end up being eaten till the 26th)

This year we're going for the salted caramel chocolate cake smile

nannyj Wed 21-Dec-16 21:29:17

The white chocolate bomb is lovely.

ZeViteVitchofCwismas Wed 21-Dec-16 21:35:46

Just been to website to peruse and cant find their deserts fconfused looked in xmas food and they just show massive cakes for huge parties!

Nice idea maybe I should let my DC choose as well - LOVE m and s food.

funsizedninja Wed 21-Dec-16 21:36:29

I always have an m&s treat as i dont like mince pies, christmas pudding or fruit cake! Although i hand make them each year for everyone else! I had the chocolate christmas crackers last year and ordered a chocolate bombe this year x

soundsystem Wed 21-Dec-16 21:39:03

The salted caramel profiteroles are lovely!

ZeViteVitchofCwismas Wed 21-Dec-16 21:40:58

what were the choc crackers like?

Mouth watering cant wait.

RealHouswifeofBury Wed 21-Dec-16 21:48:47

Crackers are lovely
Chocolate pudding with orange sauce lovely

WhatWouldTheDoctorDo Wed 21-Dec-16 22:31:45

We have the salted caramel cake for Boxing Day here and picked up a cranberry jelly instore for Christmas Day which looks fab (and much smaller than the food to order deserts)

WhatWouldTheDoctorDo Wed 21-Dec-16 22:32:16

I want salted caramel profiteroles now though!

LlamaDrama Wed 21-Dec-16 22:37:03

I have got the chocolate cabin with a hidden tree - it's dead cute, but a bit pricey at £20. Couldn't help myself though.

Jungfraujoch Wed 21-Dec-16 22:38:47

At a friend's last night for dinner and someone bought along the Raspberry and Tahitian Vanilla Pannacotta - omg! Heaven on a plate!

BeastofChristmasIsland Wed 21-Dec-16 22:39:01

We're doing the M&S dessert run tomorrow. I love the salted caramel profiteroles, last year we had a chocolate and raspberry santa thing as well which was really good.

Itsmummydear Thu 22-Dec-16 00:57:41

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Nearlyadoctor Thu 22-Dec-16 07:13:55

Dd chose ours yesterday - upside down trifle and chocolate and passion fruit star which looks out of this world.

Already had the orange filled chocolate pudding which was heavenly.

PixieMiss Thu 22-Dec-16 10:58:39

We have got the yule log, salted caramel and chocolate cheesecake and some white chocolate tree thing.

LottieDoubtie Thu 22-Dec-16 11:27:02

Had a chocolate cookie desert from m&s last weekend- - a break from tradition perhaps but it was AMAZING

SingaporeSlinky Thu 22-Dec-16 12:59:18

Toffee meringue roulade is gorgeous, also the raspberry version.
We've gone for the chocolate mountains for Christmas Day

bakingcupcakes Thu 22-Dec-16 13:03:54

The salted caramel profiteroles aka 'posh profiteroles' are awesome.

Theromanempire Thu 22-Dec-16 13:06:24

Have got the chocolate pudding with orange sauce for Christmas day. Glad to hear that it is delicious smile

I did like the look of the chocolate cake thing that looked like a big gold present but it just seemed too big!

gillybeanz Thu 22-Dec-16 13:09:31

My ds and his gf often have the cheesecake, caramel slightly salted.
It's lovely and so moreish.

dylsmimi Thu 22-Dec-16 13:13:35

We have the choc Orange pudding. They very cleverly included some of the christmas desserts in the dine in for £10 so then you could taste it and have To buy the bigger versions
The pannecota sounds lovely and I like the look of the chocolate trees - hmm maybe for new year?

BeastofChristmasIsland Fri 23-Dec-16 19:33:55

We've got the posh profiteroles, a chocolate and raspberry dessert that's shaped like a christmas pudding and the chocolate and passion fruit star thing. Also a tub of their clotted cream and honeycomb ice cream which is lush. Dessert is my favourite part of any meal and I am very much looking forward to eating all of them fgrin

A1Sharon Fri 23-Dec-16 20:41:09

I'm making Queen of puddings tomorrow, and collection the profiteroles. I bought a big chocolate sponge cake with melted chocolate inside yesterday-looks divine!
Although my favourite bit of christmas dinner will still be the bread sauce and stuffing.

ZeViteVitchofCwismas Fri 23-Dec-16 22:29:18

i got frozen amaretti in the end but looks nice.

beast killer combination there sounds lovely

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