Stars including James Martin and Gino D’Acampo walk the presenters through simple recipes that leave viewers salivating.
But, viewers have claimed they wouldn’t eat anything prepared on the show after they noticed something was wrong with the ingredients the chefs used.
Following a segment on how to keep your pantry tidy with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, the This Morning account posted an image of three jars containing sugar, flour and pasta on their Instagram page.
They captioned the snap: “Hands up who likes a tidy pantry! #tidypantry #labels #expirydate #thismorning.”
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The flour is out of date. Whoops
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While the photograph looked innocent enough, eagle-eyed fans of the ITV show noticed that one of the jars was labelled with an expiry date of 2016.
Many of the This Morning’s 408,000 followers picked up on the out of date gaffe and were quick to comment on the date.
One fan wrote: “The flour is out of date. Whoops," while another added: “The flour needs to go! Hands up who likes flour mites.”
A third continued: “Yeah, I’d get a new flour if I were you xx.” Someone else simply noted: “Flour out of date!”
This Morning fans noted that the flour was out of date
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Fans who may be worried that this means it needs to be thrown out immediately, needn’t panic too much.
Flour usually has a best before date and not an expiration date, which means the baking ingredient would still be safe to use.
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10.30am.