Reese’s Is Making a Chocolate Bunny That’s PACKED with Peanut Butter

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This Reese's chocolate bunny is hopping into stores, and we couldn't ask for anything more this Easter.

Everyone is turning their attention to the most chocolaty time of year—Easter! Oreo is making tasty Easter egg decorating kits, and Peeps cereal is back on the shelf to start your morning right. But the one treat we look forward to every year just got a peanut buttery new look, and we’re already craving a nibble.

Take a bite of a Reese’s chocolate bunny loaded with creamy peanut butter. (We prefer going ears first, but there’s no wrong way to indulge.)

This Easter Is All About Reese’s

All wrapped up in classic Reese’s orange and yellow, these chocolate bunnies are just what Easter was missing. You should know that these guys aren’t hollow. Every Reese’s chocolate bunny is filled with signature peanut butter!

This snap of the Reese’s chocolate bunny was shared by @suitcaseofsugar on Instagram. Everybunny went hopping mad, of course, which is no surprise considering the popularity of Reese’s peanut butter eggs.


Does this mean we’ll see Reese’s Pieces Shake & Break Eggs again this year?!

Where to Find the Reester Bunny

So far, this Reese’s chocolate bunny has been at both Target and Walmart, but we imagine it’ll be making the rounds at other retailers, too, like grocery stores. For now, snag this Reester bunny from Walmart for less than $4. I’s worth it to enjoy the creamy taste of Reese’s this Easter!

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.