Reese's Easter Peanut Butter Eggs,1.2 oz 6-Count Packages (Pack of 4)
- Delight in the classic combination of milk chocolate and Reese's signature peanut butter
- This Easter, unwrap delicious Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs
- Festive Easter egg shape great for sharing
- Perfect for Easter baskets
- Includes 4 packs, Reese's Easter Peanut Butter Eggs, 6-Count (1.2oz Egg)
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Peanuts; Milk Chocolate (Sugar; Cocoa Butter; Chocolate; Nonfat Milk; Milk Fat; Lactose; Soy Lecithin; PGPR, Emulsifier); Sugar; Dextrose; Chocolate; Nonfat Milk; contains 2% or less of: Vegetable Oil (Cocoa Butter, Palm, Shea, Sunflower and/or Safflower Oil); Salt; Whey (Milk); Milk Fat; Soy Lecithin, TBHQ (preservative); Vanillin, Artificial Flavor.
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Top Customer Reviews
Oh it has some weird ingredient thing one person doesn't like? That's cool. Except who cares. You are eating the treat of the Gods. The sweet nectar of life itself. So don't wait. Buy. Them. NOW.
For...before too long, spring will be over and so will these wonderful creations.
They are bigger than the everyday Resse's peanut butter cups. There seems to be some kind of "explosion" of peanut butter flavour in the mouth and the chocolate isn't really that bad of a "supportive" taste. With the everyday Reese's, I feel that there is too much chocolate, and that chocolate tastes off with as little peanut butter as it contains. I much rather prefer have these eggs that seem to have a TON more peanut butter and less chocolate, balancing out the taste. :)
I'd recommend and suggest choosing these over the regular peanut butter cups.
P.S,. My friend LOVED them - I ended up sneaking them to her by leaving them in random places that she goes everyday to find a chocolatey, peanut butter surprise. :)
So why the middle ground? Where does the downside come into play? Cheap packaging and poor over all shipping guidance for customers. What I'm talking about is Amazon shipping chocolate in a cardboard box wrapped in plastic in 80-88 degree weather. Even getting this product over night (thank you amazon prime and preferred Friday delivery options), the product arrived completely melted. Will amazon do something about it? I'm sure, they have the best customer service I've had the pleasure to deal with for the most part, and always throw gift cards or free returns at you if you run into a problem. What becomes the issue? Well this time they weren't for me, but for a family member for Easter Sunday coming up. I have them currently sitting in my refrigerator to try and resolidify them, but they will never be like their original state.
My suggestion to amazon was the following.
1) Initiated guidelines to support shipping of perishable by heat food items like chocolate. This would put the responsibility of the customer to know that this product will not be shipped with a cold pack, and they should order knowing that if temperatures between or at Point A or B are above 70-75 degrees, the product is not guaranteed to arrive in original condition.
2) Use cold packs in areas where temperatures may reach extreme temperatures.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This right here is the finest ratio of peanut butter to chocolate a true treat and better than regular cups in every way, also the giant Reesie have nothing on... Read more
There's just something magical about Reese's Easter Peanut Butter Eggs. They are individually wrapped without the extra wrapping that comes with the regular reeese's pieces, so it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joseph D., Bates
This came well packaged. I live in Florida where it is always hot, I was very surprised to receive chocolate and for none of it to be melted. Not to mention it was all very yummy.Published 8 months ago by Linda Owens
They were Bad All Melted together I had to Freeze them before I could eat them. I will never order things like that again! Melted S..itPublished 8 months ago by Chris Zellner
This product is amazing. HOWEVER, the last time I ordered these they showed up COMPLETEY melted, rendering them useless. I was very disappointed as these are just seasonal. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Narender Bhatia
I have ordered these before and been quite happy. However this time..ALL MELTED and now has funny taste!!! Waste of $$$Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer