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Reese’s crunchy cookie cups are now in stores

Posted May 24

Back in March, Reese’s announced a new, completely incredible product that combined cookies with a classic peanut butter cup. Finally, after months of waiting, the Reese Crunchy Cookie Cup is available for purchase. Stop what you’re doing and head out to get this peanut butter/cookie goodness in your mouth!

According to Brand Eating, these treats can be found on store shelves nationwide, so you won’t have to search far and wide to find the candy creation you’ve been dreaming of.

In case you haven’t been drooling over these ever since they were announced back in March (like me and many other Reese’s fans), let me give you the low down on Reese’s latest.

From the outside, this looks like a regular (although somewhat enlarged) Reese’s peanut butter cup. But when you bite into this newfangled treat, you’ll be met with a crunchy, chocolate-y surprise. That crunch can be attributed to the bits of chocolate cookie added to the peanut butter center. If you’re thinking this sounds like a classic Reese’s got an upgrade, well then, you are correct!

When the brand first started teasing this product, they kept it a mystery. The #Cupspiracy kept fans on edge for quite a while. If you’ve been following along since then, you’re probably dying to (finally!) taste one of these treats for yourself. And no one can blame you.

People who have already gotten their hands on this candy bar are blown away by the crispiness the cookies add to the traditional Reese’s peanut butter cup’s creamy texture. In this video, you’ll see the flavor, for the most part, remains unaltered, but the texture is quite different.

These king-size versions of the new crunchy cookie cups are reportedly retailing for $1.79 while the 1.5-ounce package is going for $1.09. Spring for the king size-because when it comes to Reese’s, the bigger the better, right?

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