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The ultimate Easter treat: Reese's have created a peanut butter creme egg

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We’ve seen a lot of great Easter eggs in our time: the gin and tonic egg, the creme scotch egg and even the excellently-named cheester egg (an Easter egg made of cheese, natch).

But now we think we might have found the egg to topple them all – the Reese’s peanut butter creme egg.

A definite upgrade to our standard creme egg, the Reese’s version is a milk chocolate shell of joy that comes stuffed with a creamy, salty peanut butter filling.

Reese’s know their audience (and us) well, so the eggs are sold in packs of five – and they even come with a mini spoon to help you scoop out the filling as quickly as possible.

While it looks like the eggs are currently only available in the US, avid peanut butter fans in the UK can buy them from Amazon for $8.65 (approximately £6.97) here and ship them across the pond.


Read more: Say hello to the gin and tonic Easter egg


But if this sounds like too much effort, fear not, for there are all kinds of peanut butter delicacies available in the UK.

You can buy a Reese’s peanut butter Easter egg here, a Reese’s peanut butter selection box here or, our personal favourite, the Reese’s Reester bunny here.

Don’t ever say we don’t spoil you.

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Images: Reese’s

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