Asda selling chocolate melting dome with cheesecake centre for Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is coming up, and there is no better excuse to throw your diet out of the window and just treat yourself.

And Asda has got you covered, with the supermarket selling an extremely indulgent dessert this Valentine's Day for food lovers.

The supermarket's Belgian Chocolate Melting Dome dessert comes complete with dark hot chocolate sauce to pour over the milk chocolate dome, as well as a chocolate heart filled with creamy vanilla cheesecake.

The yummy pudding is part of Asda's Extra Special dine in for two for £15 meal deal.

Of course, if you haven't got a partner to share it with, why not just get it anyway and treat yourself.

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The supermarket shared a short clip of the dessert with the 509,000 followers on it's Instagram page.

This saw the chocolate sauce tantalisingly poured over the dome as the pudding began to melt.

Captioning the mouth-watering post, the brand wrote: "Introducing our Belgian Chocolate Melting Dome.

"Enjoy all the chocolate and ALL of the theatre with this irresistible dessert – part of our Extra Special dine in for two for £15 meal deal.

"Pour indulgent dark hot chocolate sauce over the Belgian milk chocolate dome to reveal a chocolate heart filled with creamy vanilla cheesecake!"

The dessert can be found on the Asda website or in store.

Asda shoppers were loving the post, with it racking up more than 110,000 views.

One exclaimed: "IT'S JUST OUTRAGEOUS!!!!"

While another added: "Ooooh yum I’ve ordered that with my £15 meal deal."

A third simply added: "Yes please," while a fourth wrote: "Oh my God."

The pudding even has celebrity fans as former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt shared two love-eye emojis on the post.

The post comes after it was revealed that Asda has been crowned the UK's cheapest supermarket for the ninth month running.

Online price tracking website Alertr found that Asda was the cheapest online supermarket in January 2021.

The second cheapest supermarket was found to be Iceland, followed by Morrisons, which made it as number three on the list.

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