Friday, 10 April 2015

Reese's Pieces

Peanut butter has to be a favourite of mine, although I am normally put off eating it because of how calorie dense it is. So that for me is a bit frightening (I'm a tad odd I know).
Because of my love for peanut butter, it is no surprise that I am a big fan of Reese's products then seeing as they specialise in peanut butter. I was however surprised when I found out that their Reese's Pieces were vegan (as far as I can tell anyway). 
Basically, Reese’s Pieces are tiny buttons of peanut butter coated in a crispy sugar shell, the peanut butter is classically salty with a sweetness to it. They are incredibly moreish so I try to make them last as long as possible by eating them one by one and letting them melt in my mouth. My dad looks at me with disdain whilst he eats them two packets at a time ( I will let you decide who the mad one here is… )
I am a big fan of these and they are actually pretty low in calories considering the large serving size of 43g. A chocolate bar of this size would probably come in at about 250 calories whereas these are only 214 calories. I know calories aren't everything and taste is the most important thing so I won't go on about it anymore!
Overall, I love these and I have added several bags to my stash and can't wait to eat my next bag!

Rating – 9/10
Vegan – Yes
Calories – 214
Buy Again – Already Have!


  1. These are good :D Funny thing, do you call them "Reese-ease Piece-ease" or do you call them "Reese's Pieces"? I actually say it like the first one...weird, I know! Maybe it's an American thing. I say 'pieces' normally otherwise, by the way - it's only this instance where I pronounce it like that haha.

  2. They are so incredibly moreish, so pleased that peanut butter things are becoming a British staple rather than a luxury! I tend to call them Reese's Pieces (probably because I am painfully British haha)


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