A Reese’s Peanut Butter egg exists and we absolutely need one

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  • *Drool*

    Easter is coming, and there are so many delicious eggs out there that we hardly know which one(s) to pick. There’s the Aldi ruby chocolate Easter egg using a brand new type of chocolate, there’s the Waitrose avocado Easter egg which is a chocolate dream, and then there’s the M&S pink Prosecco Easter egg that sounds like an absolute delight.

    And then you’ve got the slightly more unusual offerings – such as these properly solid Game of Thrones dragon eggs, the IKEA flat-pack chocolate bunny and the divisive Marmite chocolate Easter egg (yes, it’s a thing).

    But if you thought that things couldn’t get any better, we’ve got some great news for you: a Reese’s Peanut Butter egg exists and Easter is made.

    Masterminds at Hershey’s have created a 170g egg with a 1/4 inch-thick milk chocolate casing that’s filled with peanut butter. It first came to people’s attention thanks to a post on Ashleigh’s Money Saver Facebook page, and has since become a viral sensation with over 5.5k comments.

    ‘I’ll be needing this after going 47 days with no chocolate,’ one person wrote.

    ‘Wooowwwww,’ another added.

    This wonder is available on Amazon for £14.99 and has an average rating of 3.6 stars from customers.

    We’ll take two.

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