Reese's Peanut Butter Creme Eggs Are Like Cadbury on Crack
A hybrid between a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and a Cadbury Creme Egg sounded too good to be true, but after we tried it in real life, we can assure you it doesn't solely exist in our dreams. While this is not a Cadbury product, its creamy peanut butter filling reminds us of the classic Easter treat, and it has officially earned a spot on our list of must-have Easter candy. Unlike the standard Reese's Easter Eggs, which have slightly harder peanut butter filling, the Reese's Peanut Butter Creme Eggs have a totally soft, spreadable, and slightly gritty texture. It's the ultimate match for the crunchy "pop" you experience as you bite into the milk-chocolate shell.
Diehard Reese's fans lined up in the POPSUGAR office to try this new candy firsthand. Overall, our taste testers raved about the chocolate and finished every last bite. The only potential criticism is the eggs might be a little too sweet, but isn't that what you're asking for when you bite into a mound of chocolate and peanut butter? Additionally, "The chocolate shell is a bit thick. I'd prefer if they were bite size," one commenter wrote. Another noted how rich and sugary the eggs are and recommended what to drink with them. "Tastes exactly like a peanut butter cup but with a lot more PB filling. Really sweet; would advise to eat with milk," she wrote. One thing is for sure: we'll be asking the Easter bunny for plenty of these in our baskets this year.