The 'love it or hate it' spread has been made into rich and creamy cheese slices using West Country Milk and Barbers Cheddar.
We already can't wait to melt it on a slice on toast. Yum!
These slices would also be delicious topping a burger or melted within a baked potato. The possibilities are endless.
Each packet contains six slices of the cheese and costs £2.75.
This is one new food product that is sure to divide shoppers. What do you think?
Earlier this year, M&S launched two other Marmite products.
First up, there was Marmite cream cheese (£2.50, 140g), which is, according to M&S, “the perfect combination of cool and light cream cheese mixed with that unmistakeable Marmite spread. The perfect pairing for a morning bagel, bowl of pasta or dolloped in top of a hot steaming bowl of tomato soup.”
Cream cheese not your thing? How about this Marmite butter (£3, 100g)? M&S suggests not only having it on toast or crumpets, but how about sear your steak with it for the perfect salty sweet caramelisation? Or tossing your roast potatoes in it for a flawless crunchy coating or just make that jacket potato the best it’s ever been.
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