There's T-minus 96 days until Christmas, and you bet we're beaming at the thought of making this Christmas one to remember. Whether's that through cosying up by the fire with some homemade cookies, knocking together our own DIY Christmas crackers or building a gingerbread house with the fam, we can't help but grin from ear-to-ear with excitement.
But if there's one tradition we're especially excited for, it's choosing how we intend on counting down the days... Yep, advent calendars are a well-discussed subject here on the Delish team. And by well-discussed, we mean we're talking about the things as early as late summer (don't come for us).
Anyway, let's move onto why you're here in the first place — Marks & Spencer's advent calendar selection, and more specifically Marks & Spencer's 24 Biscuits 'Til Christmas Advent Calendar.
Spotted online via Snack News & Reviews on Facebook, it turns out M&S is already stocking a range of festive goodies, and we're itching to get in there and try them. From cream liqueurs to hand cooked crisps, fresh soups to cupcake kits, there's one item that has caught the eye of many shoppers.
Marks & Spencer's 24 Biscuits 'Til Christmas Advent Calendar will set you back just £8, and comes with 24 vanilla, honeycomb and clementine biscuit creams. We can't think of a better way to spend our December mornings.
Side-by-side with this advent cal instalment, there's a House Of Whips Advent Calendar, Dachshund Through The Snow Advent Calendar, and a Percy Pig Advent Calendar.
Not quite ready to accept that Christmas is just a few months away? No problem, turn your eye instead to another launch from M&S..
Brand-new for 2022, M&S has unveiled *nine* new cake additions to its online range of delicious delights including everything from gender reveal cakes to mermaid cakes, and two-tier naked cakes to personalised gardening cakes (niche, we know).
Joining an already stunning line-up of sponge cakes, M&S describes its new range as having "something for everyone," with some cakes even serving up to a whopping 36 people.