CALLING all Colin the Caterpillar fans! You can now get an incredible Halloween version of one of the nation’s favourite cakes.
The famous edible bug has got his fancy dress on for the occasion and is dressed as Frankencolin for the spooky season.
Any excuse for a costume, right?
In previous years, Colin has donned a vampire costume, but there is no holding him back for 2020, drawing inspiration from none other than Frankenstein’s monster.
Frankencolin is brown and green in colour, and is decorated to a chilling effect with chocolate nuts and bolts – and even his eyes give off a scary vibe.
What is even cuter is that you can pick up some mini Frankencolins from Marks & Spencer too.
With Halloween plans being curbed by coronavirus restrictions, Frankencolin and his miniature babies could be the perfect way to celebrate this year.
You can pick up the main cake from M&S for £10, with a five-pack of the mini caterpillars available for £2.25.
Thousands of shoppers have taken to Facebook to shared how excited they are for Frankencolin, with one saying: "I need them both" and another adding: "yess! I want these."
Want to stock up on more Halloween food? We shared recipes for spooky treats for the family from caprese stuffed pepper pumpkins to a Halloween freakshake.
Previously, a bride showed off her incredible Mr and Mrs Colin the Caterpillar wedding cakes and M&S fans can’t get enough.
And from Co-op’s Charlie to Tesco’s Curly, we review rivals to Marks & Spencer’s Colin the Caterpillar cake.
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