MARMITE lovers can now choose from smooth or crunchy spread.

If you love Marmite but hate crunchy peanut butter then your dreams have come true because Marmite has rolled out a smooth Marmite Peanut Butter spread for the first time.

 Marmite has combined salty spread with peanut butter


Marmite has combined salty spread with peanut butterCredit: Marmite

Marmite fans can get their hands on a 225g jar of the salty spread today at Morrisons online.

Priced at an RRP of £2.50 a pop, the spread will be available at other supermarkets nationwide in February.

Marmite first introduced Marmite Peanut Butter in March, the first major change to its recipe since 1902 – but until now it only sold the crunchy version.

The nation is divided when it comes to what peanut butter texture is best on toast – smooth or crunchy.

You can vote for your favourite in a poll on Marmite’s Twitter account for the next 72 hours before the results are announced.

Marmite said the “velvety” spread tastes great smothered on toast, slathered on a crumpet or eaten straight from the jar.

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“The response to Marmite Peanut Butter Crunchy was astounding,” Rachel Chambers, marketing manager at Marmite, said.

“We’re thrilled to offer a smooth option to satisfy consumers looking for a smoother texture on their toast.”

It’s not the first time Marmite has paired its salty spread with other flavours.

Asda sold a Marmite flavoured chocolate egg last year and Iceland sold Marmite flavoured Brussels Sprouts.

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