Reese’s Is Selling Half-Pound Peanut Butter Cups

Reese's has BIG news.

The folks at Hershey’s know candy comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether you prefer bite-sized Reese’s Pieces that melt in your mouth, XL candy bars you can share with a friend or their new line of Reese’s THiNS, there’s no denying their latest creation is enough to get your tummy growling.

The newest challenger in Hershey’s sweet lineup weighs in at one whole pound and it has enough peanut butter and chocolate to satisfy every creamy craving. Reese’s half-pound peanut butter cups have just hit shelves.

There’s More Than Enough to Go Around

Included in the party package are two Reese’s peanut butter cups. Each cup weighs in at around 8 oz. each, which means you’re going to be taking your time to get this snack down. The serving size on this peanutty puppy is 1/12 of a package, but together, both cups contain more than 2,000 calories.

For years, fans wished for giant peanut butter cups to exist. Now, dreams do come true. This is the largest Reese’s cup in the world, according to the product’s description.

Want to learn how to make your own giant peanut butter dessert? This ice cream cake is what you’ve been waiting for.

Where to Find Yours

Luckily, it doesn’t look like the giant Reese’s cups are going to be too hard to find. You can order your own on Amazon here. They’re also available at other major retailers, like Walmart and Kroger.

The best part about these monstrous Reese’s cups? They’ll only set you back by $14.79, which is a pretty small price to pay considering how much of that Reese’s goodness you get. (And don’t worry, we’re not going to judge you for eating the whole thing.)

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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.