Reese’s Is Now Making Peanut Butter Carrots for Easter—Here’s Where to Find Them

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Move over, Reese's eggs!

Reese’s have become such a classic that I’ll sample anything the brand has to offer. I couldn’t get enough Reese’s Puff as a kid, and now I’m here for the new Ultimate Peanut Butter Lovers Cup, which is all peanut butter.

Of course, Reese’s also pulls out all the stops when it comes to seasonal candy, like Easter eggs full of Reese’s Pieces and a Reester bunny loaded with peanut butter. It’s time to welcome a new Easter candy to the fold: Reese’s Peanut Butter Carrots!

Reese’s Carrots Are Perfect for Easter

This seasonal candy makes use of the smooth milk chocolate and creamy peanut butter that Reese’s is famous for, but shapes it into a cute stubby carrot, complete with leaves on top. Similar to the Reese’s eggs, the chocolate carrots are thicker than normal peanut butter cups, which means more peanut butter filling. Score!

The candy carrots are sold in 9-ounce bags and come individually wrapped in orange and green foil to resemble a carrot. The added benefit of the foil wrapper is that you can put them in an Easter basket or plastic egg and they’ll stay pristine.

If you need more sweet inspiration, check out some of the best Easter candy for your basket.

Where Can I Get ‘Em?

Reese’s peanut butter carrots are a limited edition candy, so once Easter has come and gone, the treats will disappear. Look for them at select retailers, including Walmart, where they’re priced at around $3. While browsing the aisles—either in-store or virtually—don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for the Reese’s Pieces Shake & Break Eggs, which made a comeback this year!

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