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The Food Standard Agency (FSA) warned: “Iceland is recalling Takeaway No 26 Chinese Banquet because the Spring Rolls within the pack contain milk which is not mentioned on the label.

“This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents.”

A statement on the FSA website reads: “If you have bought the listed product [Iceland Takeaway No 26 Chinese Banquet] and have an allergy or intolerance to milk or milk constituents do not eat them.

“Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”

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Alternatively, if shoppers don’t indulge in the hazelnut spread often enough to justify spending £3.99 on a 1kg Nutella jar, shoppes would be better off buying the smaller jars available from the supermarkets.

Most of the major supermarkets are offering a 400 gram Nutella hazelnut jar for just £2.00 or a 200 gram Nutella hazelnut jar for just £1.70.

Nutella was created by the Ferrero family in the 1940s and it’s sold in 160 countries.

What is Pancake Day and when does it take place?

Shrove Tuesday, more commonly known as Pancake Day, is a celebration that’s observed the day before Ash Wednesday.

Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the Christian observance of Lent, a 40-day period of abstinence that precedes Easter.

As such, Ash Wednesday is the last day on which those who observe Lent can enjoy richer foods before abstaining from them, should they choose to.

Throughout the centuries it’s become a tradition for people to eat pancakes to mark the beginning of Lent so as to use up ingredients that they wouldn’t be allowed to eat during the 40-day period, which is how Pancake Day obtained its name.

As Pancake Day always takes place 47 days before Easter Sunday, its actual date on the Gregorian calendar can vary.

This year, the annual food-filled event is taking place on Tuesday 25 February.

One wrote: “Looks horrible .. I’d rather stick to original Colin lol hallee look like stuff of nightmares #dontchangewhatworks.”

Another joked: “I’ll accept this instead of an egg please.”

A third Facebook user said the cake’s appearance was not going to stop them trying the dessert.

“This looks terrifying but I’ll eat it,” they added.

They said: “Hopefully they’ll stock more of these than the Christmas ones. They were like gold dust.”

Easter Sunday falls on 12 April this year but Marks & Spencer’s Easter food is already available to order.

The collection includes slow cooked lamb and carrot cake.

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