Reese’s Peanut Butter Easter Egg Is Back And Dead Cheap

Anna Lewis
Photo credit: Kev's Snack Reviews/New Foods UK

From Delish

Peanut butter fans, listen up!

Reese’s peanut butter Easter egg is back this year, and the price is going to blow your mind.

Iceland is currently selling the 170g Easter egg for just £4. Which, considering last year they were being sold for £14.99 on eBay after initially going on sale for £7.49, is pretty damn spectacular.

They’ve been spotted in store by Instagram accounts Kev’s Snack Reviews and New Foods UK, amongst others.

So, what’s all the fuss about? Well, basically the half-egg consists of a ¼ inch thick milk chocolate shell stuffed full of delicious Reese’s peanut butter. But, yeah, it is only half an egg, so keep that in mind – we don’t want you being disappointed when you get it home and realise half of it is missing.

Speaking of Easter treats, if you like this giant peanut butter egg, you might be interested in these Terry’s Chocolate Orange mini eggs too.

They were spotted by NewFoodUK, who shared a photo of them on Instagram, then other shoppers started posting about them too. The delicious chocolate eggs with a crispy orange shell come in 80g bags, which cost £1.

We’re unsure how long these tasty little blighters will be around for, but seeing as Easter Sunday falls on 12 April this year, we can safely say we’ll have them until then. Which is great news seeing as we’re still struggling to get our hands on one of those damn orange Twirls.

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