Morrisons have launched a new doughnut in time for Halloween – but you might have to look away when you eat it!
The supermarket unveiled their green slime rings this week, in the hope that shoppers will join in the fun and indulge in a doughnut oozing with thick swamp-like liquid.
Normally the sugar-encrusted fried cake is filled with thick strawberry jam, or occasionally custard.
But the spooky-inspired new offering, called the Halloween Green Slime Doughnuts, are filled with green coloured jam.
Morrisons say the doughnuts are raspberry and pineapple flavour, which tastes like a classic fruit salad.
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They come in a pack of five costing 50p, and are made fresh in store by Market Street bakers.
Some fans have already shared their thoughts on social media, with one saying: “These are so unbelievably good! Absolutely love this flavour! Just think of a fruit salad sweet!”
Another said: “We don’t much celebrate Halloween in the UK, but I noticed that Morrisons is selling doughnuts with green slime filling. Yummy!”
— Bagaweeklybargain (@DonnaBrough3) October 17, 2019
We don't much celebrate Halloween in the UK, but I noticed that @Morrisons is selling doughnuts with GREEN SLIME filling. Yummy!
— George Jelliss (@mayhematics) October 17, 2019
Morrisons aren’t the only supermarket to get into the Halloween spirit either.
If you’re a lover of spicy food, Iceland has unveiled its fiery Halloween range which will be right up your street.
But be aware that it all comes with a “very hot” warning.
The supermarket is selling a range of products ahead of the spooky occasion on October 31.
It’s been said Iceland’s range is the “hottest ever UK supermarket range” as it includes some of the world’s hottest chilli peppers.
The menu includes hot chicken strips, costing £3, and a spicy curry, priced at £2, both made using the Carolina Reaper – which measures in at over 1,500,000 heat units on the Scoville scale.
Meanwhile, Asda is selling a pumpkin-shaped PIZZA ahead of Halloween, and M&S have launched a Halloween-themed Colin the Caterpillar Cake decorated with splatters of ‘blood’, sugary maggots and piercing red eyes made of chocolate.
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