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Reese’s Peanut Butter ‘Pie’ Flies off the Shelves Instantly


Reese’s Peanut Butter ‘Pie’ Flies off the Shelves Instantly

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Enthusiasts are absolutely smitten with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. The adoration for these delectable treats knows no bounds, and I happily include myself in that category. Offer me an entire pouch of these delights and return after a week, only to find me lamenting my lack of self-control. But now think about this: would you be willing to relish an enormous, 9-inch colossal one? Well, chances are you won’t get the chance as they’ve all been snatched up already.

On the prior day, Hershey revealed a special promotion for the coming Thanksgiving period: a Reese’s “pie,” which essentially translates to a magnified Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, spanning 9 inches in length and weighing 3.25 pounds of rich chocolate and peanut butter goodness.

“As you gather your loved ones around the Thanksgiving dinner table, no dessert selection is complete without a slice,” declared Bo Jones, senior associate brand manager at Reese’s in a Hershey press release on Monday. “At Reese’s, we strived to create a dessert that would entice everyone.”

Only 3,000 of these immense delicacies were crafted, each retailing at $44.99 per piece (plus tax). Shortly after Hershey’s announcement and the subsequent unveiling of the product page, all 3,000 pies were swiftly snapped up, leaving no room for hesitation.

“It appears that devotees of Reese’s were truly grateful for the introduction of the new Reese’s pie this year as it has now completely sold out,” shared the official Reese’s Facebook page. The post then encouraged those who missed out on the pies to experiment with creating their own, providing suggestions for recipes incorporating Reese’s peanut butter.

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