‘A tangy twist’, cry fans over 85p packs of Jaffa Cakes in a unique flavour

SWEET-lovers are thrilled to have discovered a packet of classic treats with a “tangy twist” are on supermarket shelves for just 85p.

The packets of Jaffa Cakes are selling for less than a quid at a discount supermarket chain until stocks run out.

Packets of Mcvitie's raspberry-flavoured Jaffa Cakes are available at Aldi for £0.85


Packets of Mcvitie’s raspberry-flavoured Jaffa Cakes are available at Aldi for £0.85

A 10-pack of Mcvitie’s raspberry-flavoured jaffa cakes can now be purchased in-store at Aldi for 85p.

The new flavour of mouth-watering desserts have sponge on the bottom, chocolate on top, and a juicy raspberry centre.

An excited fan shared the news of their arrival at Aldi to Facebook group Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing & Bargains Group.

She wrote: “ALDI now has McVitie’s 10 Jaffa Cakes in a new Raspberry Flavour for just £0.85!

“Dive into this tangy twist on a classic treat.”

The same Jaffa Cakes can be purchased at Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Asda for £1.25.

According to McVitie’s, the “Rockin’ Raspberry” flavour is “zingy, juicy, and bursting with berry flavour”.

At Home Bargains, another “lush” Jaffa Cakes flavour is on the shelves for just 49p.

Cherry-flavoured Jaffa Cakes available at the discount store have quickly become a favourite among people with a sweet tooth.

They are coated in yogurt, unlike traditional Jaffa cakes, but have the same traditional teacake shape.

Instead of an orange filling on top of the cake base, they have a cherry-flavoured filling – and are made by Bakeville, not Mcvities.

Jaffa Cake dupe cookies cost just over a quid at Aldi.

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Posting in the Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing & Bargains group, a happy customer shared a photo of Aldi’s Jaffa Cookies which looked nearly identical to the beloved sweet snack.

But instead of the classic orange jelly at the centre, the Belmont dupe is more similar to a digestive biscuit, packed with chocolate chips and orange zest.

The tempting treat also has a layer of rich chocolate on top – like a Jaffa Cake.

How to save on your supermarket shop

THERE are plenty of ways to save on your grocery shop.

You can look out for yellow or red stickers on products, which show when they’ve been reduced.

If the food is fresh, you’ll have to eat it quickly or freeze it for another time.

Making a list should also save you money, as you’ll be less likely to make any rash purchases when you get to the supermarket.

Going own brand can be one easy way to save hundreds of pounds a year on your food bills too.

This means ditching “finest” or “luxury” products and instead going for “own” or value” type of lines.

Plenty of supermarkets run wonky veg and fruit schemes where you can get cheap prices if they’re misshapen or imperfect.

For example, Lidl runs its Waste Not scheme, offering boxes of 5kg of fruit and vegetables for just £1.50.

If you’re on a low income and a parent, you may be able to get up to £442 a year in Healthy Start vouchers to use at the supermarket too.

Plus, many councils offer supermarket vouchers as part of the Household Support Fund.


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