Reese’s Puffs Just Released Bunny-Shaped Cereal and It’s Adorable

These Reese's Puffs will have you hopping to the cereal aisle!

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For people who love chocolate and peanut butter, spring is synonymous with special-edition Easter candy, like Cadbury eggs, chocolate rabbits and Reese’s eggs. But this Easter, however, Reese’s is bringing back a fan-favorite that will send you to the cereal aisle. They’re back, and everybunny wants a nibble of Reese’s Puffs Bunnies!

You’ll Want a Bowl (or Three) of This Cereal

If you’re familiar with the original Reese’s Puffs, you’ll recognize the bright orange box full of sphere-shaped puffs. Reese’s Puffs Bunnies have the same peanut butter and cocoa flavors, but instead of spherical puffs, look for bunny-shaped cereal puffs. (It looks like what would happen if you made Teddy Grahams into a breakfast cereal!)

It’s the perfect breakfast to kick off your Easter egg hunt, or munch throughout the month to get into the spirit of spring. You could also use them to make a special spring-themed version of our favorite peanut butter cereal bars. Bonus: It’s less than $4 for a family-sized box, so you can go down the Reese’s rabbit hole without breaking the budget.

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Let’s Hop to It!

While this might be the first time you’re hearing about Reese’s Puffs Bunnies cereal, Reese’s actually released them in 2017. The bunnies followed the Valentine’s Day heart-shaped puffs in a line of creatively-shaped cereals. Sadly, we didn’t get a bite of heart-shaped Reese’s Puffs this year.

The cereal won’t be on the shelf long, so be sure to grab a box before they disappear. You can find them at Walmart, we’ve heard so far, but you may want to check your local grocery store, too. These guys are known for selling out quick, so fill up your bowl as fast as you can!

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Emma B. Kumer
Emma Kumer is a marathon-runner, magazine-writer, and graphic design addict. She was a digital editorial intern for Taste of Home Magazine for Summer 2017. She is also a junior in Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.