Aldi is selling a PINK unicorn Easter egg for £3

CHOCOLATE fans need to listen up as Aldi is selling a PINK UNICORN Easter egg and it looks totally magical.

The hollow 200g "Sparkle the Unicorn" character is made with white chocolate and costs just £2.99.

Aldi is also selling a Sparkle the Unicorn cuddly toy for £4.99 that comes with a hollow milk chocolate egg and mini eggs inside.

And if that's not enough, the discount retailer is selling unicorn chocolate lollies too. They'll cost 85p for a 35g lolly pop.

The chocolate egg and mini eggs contains 708 calories in total and we've asked Aldi how many calories are in the white chocolate unicorn. We'll update this story as soon as we get a response.

The sweet treats will be stocked in Aldi stores nationwide but once they're gone, they're gone – so go quick if you're after one.

Aldi says it has around 800 stores across the UK and Ireland – use its store locator tool to find your nearest.

But Aldi isn't the only supermarket to get in on the chocolate unicorn action. Asda has a 140g white chocolate unicorn for £3.50, which contains a whopping 763 calories.

Asda is also selling a cuddly unicorn toy for a cheaper £3, which contains a 75g milk chocolate egg but no additional chocolate mini eggs. It contains 426 calories.

Morrisons also has its own white chocolate Sparkle the unicorn but it's a pricier £4 for 200g and contains 1,156 calories.

Meanwhile, Tesco has a STRAWBERRY flavoured 200g chocolate "Rainbow" the unicorn, but again it's more expensive than Aldi at £3.50. It contains 1,178 calories.

An adult man should eat around 2,500 calories a day, while a woman should consume 2,000, according to the NHS.

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A unicorn craze has been sweeping the nation over the past year with the mythical beasts appearing everywhere.

For example, Morrisons is selling Bernard Matthews unicorn turkey slices.

While Iceland is selling unicorn nuggets for £2 a pack.

And B&M is selling glittery pink unicorn gin that tastes of marshmallows – but it costs £18.

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