Thinner chocolates, you say? Strike that! Reverse it! It hasn't been long since the release of Reese's THiNS, but the candy company pulled a full Willy Wonka and turned everything topsy turvy by creating a giant pack of Reese's peanut butter cups that weigh in at one full pound (half a pound per cup). What are you even supposed to do with that much chocolate?! Well, Reese's suggests grabbing a friend — or two, or three, or seven — to share these oversize treats with. Realistically, you might have to do just that to get through ONE of these huge cups. Seriously, they're too much peanut butter, chocolaty goodness for one person to handle — unless you like a challenge.
Bustle first pointed us in the direction of these giant Reese's, which are available at IT'SUGAR ($20) and a few other retailers. Unlike an original Reese's cup, which has 110 calories each and two peanut butter cups per serving, the massive cups come in at 190 calories per serving (six servings per cup).
You've got to have a pretty big sweet tooth to finish one of these Herculean chocolates on your own. Reese's might want us to pick sides with the Reese's THiNS versus the huge Reese's, but no matter which you choose, there's going to be plenty of peanut butter and chocolate to go around this Easter.