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Peanut butter addicts... on your marks, get set, GO!
The infamous Reese's Pieces stuffed Easter egg is back in stores - and if it sells as quickly as last year, it won't be around for long.
The popular egg sold out entirely back in 2020, and now it's back exclusively in ASDA stores - but there's only a limited number.
Coming in at £8 per box, the Easter egg has actual Reese's pieces stuffed into the milk chocolate shell.
Plus, the box also comes with three full sized Reese's bars to munch on, too.
There's more in store for fans of the nutty chocolate bars. Yep, Reese's has also brought out Mini Crème Eggs pouches this year, which are stuffed full of mini eggs an indulgent peanut butter crème filling.
One bag of the bite sized snacks will set you back just £1, making them the perfect treat to pick up when you're craving something sweet.
If you want to keep it simple, you can also pick up a standard Reese's hollow egg, which is selling for £5 exclusively at Tesco.
The egg itself also comes with three Reese's Peanut Butter Crème Eggs, if you wanted to try those out.
We think we'll end up in a peanut butter coma after all these!
While we're on the topic of Easter eggs, Reese's aren't the only ones to come up with the genius idea of stuffing their shells full of chocolate.
Cadbury is doing the same thing with its Mini Egg Easter egg, which comes with a bag of the sweet treats too, and is available for £12 in Tesco.
Food blogger Helen J Tea gave her Instagram followers a sneak peek of the egg earlier this week, describing it as being "twice the size" of the previous Mini Eggs Easter egg, too.
"This didn't have quite as many mini egg inclusions as the one I remember from a few years ago but this is probably twice this size!" she said. "Been eyeing this up for days since I bought it from @tescofood so happy to finally be able to manage some of it".
Time to go Easter egg shopping, we think! So much chocolate, so little time.
Featured Image Credit: Reese's/Hershey's
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