New Recipe: Instagram users are loving M&S’ incredible football smash cake

We all know M&S has pretty impressive cakes, come on, the supermarket brought us Colin the Caterpillar! But this new cake is seriously impressive; this football smash cake is a work of art and construction that really is spectacular.

The retailer shared the cake to its Instagram page and followers have gone crazy for it.

The buttercream and jam sponge cake is topped with a white and milk chocolate football dome covering the whole surface, which by itself would be a fabulous cake. But crack the dome open to reveal a whole new layer of decoration; fluffy green icing, a golden trophy and milk and white chocolate shortcake balls.

If you’re amazed, just imagine the looks on kids’ faces.

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Smash cakes have soared in popularity thanks to social media and now you don’t have to figure out how to master the laws of cake physics, or splurge with a professional baker, you can get a dazzling smash cake on your weekly shop. And it only costs £15.

We all know a football fan or two who’d be so delighted with this cake, but you don’t even need to be a footy fanatic to appreciate just how fabulous it is.

And as it’s M&S, we know it won’t be style over substance. The cake underneath all that fun is probably delicious too.

M&S Football Smash Cake is available in stores now, £15.


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