The Reese’s Advent Calendar Is Simply Perfect for Peanut Butter Lovers

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Reese's Advent calendars will have peanut butter fans eager to count down the days until Christmas!

Gone are the days when Advent calendars were filled with plain ol’ chocolate. You can find Advent calendars filled with treats to suit almost any interest (like the hot cocoa bomb Advent calendar at Target or this collection of boozy Advent calendars.).

Now Hershey’s has the perfect countdown to Christmas for any peanut butter fan: a Reese’s Advent calendar filled with chocolate and peanut butter!

What’s in a Reese’s Advent Calendar?

The most genius part of the Hershey’s invention is that you don’t have to pick favorites between Reese’s pieces and Reese’s peanut butter cups. The calendar includes six of the mini peanut butter cups and 18 packets of Reese’s pieces, so you’re in for a surprise every time you open one of the candy windows.

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Of course, if one peanut butter cup per day isn’t enough for you—it’s not for me—you can make your own from scratch. They’re a great treat to share with friends around the holidays.

How Much Do Reese’s Calendars Cost?

The candy-filled Advent calendar is listed for a whopping $20 on Amazon, but you can get it for a fraction of the price elsewhere. Walmart is selling the very same Reese’s Advent calendar in-store and online for only $5, which is all the more reason to toss this festive guy into your grocery delivery cart.

Of course, there are plenty of Advent calendars out there that aren’t candy filled. But where’s the fun in that? We’re indulging in rich, creamy peanut butter all December long!

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Meghan De Maria
Meghan is an entertainment and lifestyle writer with a soft spot for nostalgic snack foods. Whether it's a new Pop-Tarts flavor or a new menu item at Taco Bell, there's nothing she won't try in the name of research... or just in the name of a junk food craving.