Hello there! Thanks so much for visiting my online home. It's so exciting that you're here to find out more about me, my wife Penny, and all my friends and family, too. Plus, scroll down to discover my Percy-tastic competition where you could win up to £5,000.
Will you be one of the lucky ones to find a rare green chick in a pack of my Percy Pig Great Egg-scape sweets? If you do you'll win up to £5,000. Delicious Percy sweets and an e-pig competition?! Count me in!
Pick up a pack (or two) of limited edition Percy Pig Great Egg-scape sweets in the Foodhall now.
Always wished you could look a little more like me? Well, you can get a pig-ture perfect manicure with my Nails.INC Percy Pig nail polish duo. I've been told the polishes are made to be long wearing and have a patented wide hugging brush for flawless application. I'm not 100% sure what that means but it sounds really good. The bit I love the most? As the polish dries it releases my signature Percy scent, oink de parfum.
Gosh, a whole range of party pieces for me? There's paper plates, cups, straws, napkins and more. All that’s left to do is fill your cup with some of my phizzy pop, serve up your fave Percy treats (which are you favourites? I can't decide!) and maybe try a few of my wow-worthy Percy recipe ideas.
I love to drink a Percy Pig smoothie when I wake up in the morning. It's bursting with apple, white grape and raspberry purée.
If you like to share – like I do! – you can get a big 750ml bottle, or a small serves-one bottle if you're going on an adventure.
Try saying 'Percy Piggy biccy break' five times really fast. It's hard! If you manage to do it (I haven't yet...), you should reward yourself with a tasty jam sandwich cream biscuit which features my face and a cute curly tail.
This is one Percy Pig you can't eat, but it's still perfect for all my fans. From birthdays to anniversaries, a Percy Pig M&S e-gift card is great for any occasion. Load it with a minimum of £10 and the lucky recipient can spend it on anything they like at M&S (I personally hope they buy all the Percy Pigs possible!)
I love getting letters and parcels through the post. You can now send Percy-tastic treats like my letterbox gift, packed with a yummy selection of Percy Pig sweets, a soft version of me you can take everywhere and a reusable tote bag.
You can have a look online to see what other perfectly Percy Pig presents you can buy.
Sometimes I can't decide on my favourite flavour, which is why I love Party Percy so much. With six different flavours in one sweet, you can take your taste buds to a whole new universe with peach, strawberries and cream, apple, plum, raspberry and grape. It's a bit of a flavour rave.
Find our Party Percy sweets in store now.
I love how pink this treat is! Use Percy sponge roll to whip up this tasty trifle, topped with Percy Pig sweets. Serves six.
1 Percy Pig sponge roll, sliced into 12
3 pots (300ml each) whipping cream
1 bottle Percy Pig dessert sauce
A dash of pink food colouring
1 punnet (150g) fresh raspberries
1 pot (500ml) fresh custard
Percy Pig sweets and jazzie sprinkles, to decorate
Arrange six slices of sponge roll in a deep round trifle bowl, setting aside the other six.
Whip 450ml cream until stiff peaks have formed. Fold in 150g Percy Pig dessert sauce and a few drops of pink food colouring. Lightly crush 150g fresh raspberries with a fork, then fold these through.
Spoon your mousse into the trifle bowl and smooth until even. Top with the remaining sponge roll.
Whisk together 500ml custard, 100g Percy Pig dessert sauce and a few drops of pink food colouring, then spoon into the trifle bowl, smoothing on top.
Whisk the remaining cream until soft peaks have formed. Spoon over the custard, using a spatula to create soft peaks.
Finish with a drizzle of Percy Pig dessert sauce, Percy Pig sweets and jazzie sprinkles.
Quick and simple to make, this no-bake sweet treat is perfect for getting my little fans involved.
200g condensed milk
300g white chocolate chunks
50g Percy Pig dessert sauce
Pink food colouring
60g mini marshmallows
Bag of Percy Pigs
Line a large square baking tin with greaseproof paper.
In a large pan on a low heat, melt the condensed milk and white chocolate together until smooth, then remove from the heat.
Add the Percy Pig dessert sauce and a few drops of pink food colouring, and stir. Next, stir in the mini marshmallows.
Pour into the lined baking tin, scatter with jazzie sprinkles, and place Percy Pigs on top – spacing them out so you can cut your fudge into cubes, each with a Percy on top.
Allow to set in the fridge, then cut into squares.
Get everything you need to make Percy fudge in store.
Made using my summer favourite Percy Pig ice-cream, this milkshake is packed full of Percy Pig flavour and is topped with colourful jazzie sprinkles and Percy Pig sweets.
25g Percy Pig dessert sauce, plus extra for drizzling
100g Percy Pig ice-cream
A handful of crushed ice
Bag of Percy Pigs
Drizzle Percy Pig dessert sauce around the inside of your sundae glass.
In a blender on high speed, blend the ice-cream, Percy Pig dessert sauce, a handful of crushed ice and the milk until smooth.
Pour into the drizzled sundae glass. Top with cream, drizzle with more dessert sauce and finish with jazzie sprinkles and Percy Pigs.
Pick up everything you need to make the ultimate Percy Pig milkshake in store, including our Percy Pig ice-cream.
Fancy the sweetest slice of Percy Pig flavour? Try my delicious giant cookie idea, which stars a biscuit base, Percy Pig dessert sauce, buttercream and our multicoloured Party Percys.
For the cookie base
115g butter, at room temperature
150g granulated sugar
1 large egg, plus 1 egg yolk, at room temperature
3 tbsp Percy Pig dessert sauce
190g plain flour, sieved
1 tsp baking powder
Pink or red food colouring (optional)
30g mini marshmallows
60g white chocolate chunks
For the buttercream
100g butter, softened
50g Percy Pig dessert sauce
300g icing sugar
2 tbsp milk
Pink/red food colouring
For the toppings
Percy Pig dessert sauce
Party Percy sweets
M&S jazzie sprinkles
Preheat oven to 175°C/150°C fan/gas mark 3. Line a pizza pan or, if you want a deeper dish pizza, an 8- or 9-inch cake tin with greaseproof paper.
For the base, in a large mixing bowl, cream together the butter and the sugar with an electric whisk until light and fluffy.
Whisk in the egg and the egg yolk, scraping down the sides of the bowl as needed until fully incorporated. Add the Percy Pig dessert sauce and whisk.
Sift in the plain flour and baking powder, in two additions, whisking on a low speed after each addition until smooth. The mixture should be quite thick and smooth.
Whisk in pink or red food colouring, if using – a few drops should be all that is required to give a light pink colour – then fold through the mini marshmallows and white chocolate chunks.
Pour the mix onto the pizza pan or into the lined tin and level the top. Bake for 25 minutes, then remove from the oven and leave to cool.
For the buttercream, beat together the butter, dessert sauce, icing sugar and milk until smooth. Gradually add drops of pink or red food colouring, mixing after each addition, until the buttercream is as pink as Percy.
Spread the buttercream evenly onto the fully cooled cookie base, leaving some space around the edge, then drizzle the pizza with Percy Pig dessert sauce before decorating with mini marshmallows, Party Percy sweets and jazzie sprinkles.
Pick up all the ingredients you need to make our Percy pizza in store.
Did you know I'm completely vegetarian-friendly, so not only are the original Veggie Percy sweets – with green ears – gelatine-free, the whole range is. That means even more people can enjoy Percy Pig sweets, which makes me incredibly happy.
Being the piggie perfectionist I am, I made sure all the sweets are as juicy and chewy as they always have been. And of course, they don't have any artificial colours or flavourings.
In 1992, I arrived on the M&S scene. It feels like yesterday and I've come so far since!
In 2002, I introduced my tasty buddies – a cola cow and orange and strawberry sheep – to the world
In 2013, when I turned 21, I met the most lovely lemon and vanilla-flavoured pigette called Penny. After many long sunset walks and romantic dinner dates together, the love of my life agreed to be my wife
In 2014, I went on a gap year adventure to India, where I met mango-flavoured Timmy tiger, then on to China where I hung out with blackcurrant-flavoured Poppy panda. On my return, I wanted to show my new friends how much I love them and decided to honour them in sweet form
I love to dress up on Halloween! My favourite outfit is a vampire with big funny fangs. I take the piglets trick or treating and M&S gives my sweet packets a ghoulish green makeover. Oooooo(ink)
I love Christmas even more than I love Halloween. Every year I make sure I'm wearing my santa hat nice and early so I can celebrate for longer. Hopefully you'll all find a bag (or three!) of Percy Pigs under your Christmas tree.
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