Costa’s new spring menu includes a Rolo muffin and salted caramel brownie

The spring menu is packed with delicious sounding treats

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Costa Coffee has launched its new spring menu and we can’t wait to try the yummy sounding Rolo muffin.

Costa Coffee has launched a delicious looking Rolo muffin (Credit: Costa Coffee)

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The chocolate muffin, £2.25, is filled with caramel sauce and topped with caramel icing and mini Rolos – the perfect accompaniment to your hot beverage of choice!

It’s not the first time the coffee chain has teamed up with popular confectionary, previously launching a Lotus Biscoff muffin and a Terry’s Chocolate Orange muffin.

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A salted caramel brownie is also on the Costa Coffee spring menu (Credit: Costa Coffee)

Costa fans with a sweet tooth will also be queuing up to sink their teeth into the new salted caramel brownie, £2.70, which has dark chocolate, milk chocolate chunks and a middle layer of caramel – delicious!

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Other new sweet treats on the spring menu include a Belgian Bun, £1.95, raspberry and coconut Bar and an iced fruit slice, both £1.80.

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Due to popular demand, Costa is also keeping its pink hot chocolate, which launched in January, on the menu.

Costa is keeping its pink hot chocolate on the menu (Credit: Costa Coffee)

The Ruby Cocoa Hot Chocolate, £3.35, is berry flavoured and gets its pink colour from the ruby cocoa bean. The Terry’s Chocolate Muffin, £2.25, is also due to return.

There’s plenty on the new menu for savoury fans as well.

The new all-day sausage, bacon and egg bloomer, £3.95, is perfect for those of us who love a late breakfast.

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There’s also a tasty sounding Cumberland sausage and caramelised onion toastie and a three cheese and chutney toastie, £3.95 each.

For lunch, why not treat yourself to a British pulled chicken and bacon panini or a New York deli pastrami and Emmental toastie, both priced £3.95.

There’s also an updated list of snacks available including Proper popcorn and corn crisps and Burt’s gourmet crisps, available in a variety of flavours.

And, of course, all of our favourite drinks from Americanos and flat whites to cappuccinos are available too.

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