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Peanut Butter Egg

Reviewing: H. B. Reese Candy Co. Reese's Peanut Butter Egg  |  Rating:
janetlynn By janetlynn on
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Unless you are allergic to peanuts, you've probably had a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup or Egg. If you are allergic - I truly am sorry that you can't taste these.

I don't consider myself a Chocoholic but there are times when I'll buy some. Of course during the Easter Season, Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs are on the market. The packaging has pretty much remained the same, as has the size of the candy "bar". I like that the typical "egg" is larger than a normal Reese's Peanut Butter Cup. Even though the Peanut Butter Cups can be purchased in single or double packs, I like the thickness of the egg and the larger size.

A Reese's is a soft peanut butter mixture that isn't too sweet but blends perfectly with the milk chocolate covering. The Peanut Butter Eggs give you a perfect amount of filling and chocolate in each bite.

Wal-Mart put all of their Easter merchandise on sale for 50% off. The Peanut Butter eggs were the only things I really wanted and considering they were marked down from $1.00 each to $0.50 each I grabbed what they had left. Mind you, the eggs in the photo are less 3 eggs that were eaten and there really weren't very many left. Fifty cents is a decent price for a candy bar in today's economy and these eggs will hit the spot when my sweet tooth does kick in. Or until my husband decides to eat most of them without my knowledge.

Each Peanut Butter Egg's "nutritional value" has:

180 Calories

90 Fat Calories

No vitamin A or C - (not like I expected those vitamins to be in there!)

2% Calcium

4% Iron