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Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs Rock Our Recipe Book

We must admit, Reese’s peanut butter eggs are definitely one of our favorite chocolate Easter candy choices. As far as we are concerned, peanut butter and chocolate go together better than Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.

Reese’s peanut butter eggs aren’t just egg-shaped versions of Reese’s peanut butter cups… something is different; in fact, some things are different. Better, in our opinion. The peanut butter is just a little bit more prevalent, just slightly more crumbly, a tad saltier… Maybe it’s some magic courtesy of the Easter bunny or just our imagination, but no matter what we want Reese’s peanut butter eggs in our Easter baskets!

Besides eating these delicious bites of Easter candy right out of the package, there are some other creative (and crazy) confection concoctions that can take this favorite treat to a whole new level:

Last time you were at the county fair, you probably had some deep-fried Oreos, but has anyone ever tried doing so with Reese’s peanut butter eggs? Well, they’ve deep-dried Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, so why not  batter up and deep fry Reese’s peanut butter eggs?

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Speaking of battered goodness, how about some Reese’s peanut butter pancakes for Easter breakfast? We say, if peanut butter cups can do it, peanut butter eggs can, too!

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Do I smell cookies? We have seen some attempt and succeed at baking cookies made with Reese’s peanut butter eggs. It’s pretty much like a peanut butter egg wearing a cookie coat. Mmmmmmm…

How about a Reese’s-peanut-butter-eggs-and-banana sandwich? Elvis would be proud.  (OK, our mouths are watering now!)

We are all fans of homemade peanut butter tandy cake. Can you imagine if Reese’s peanut butter eggs were worked into that recipe? We would have to call it a peanut butter dandy cake!

Opposites attract with salty and sweet, and that’s the big reason why Reese’s peanut butter eggs work so well. So, let’s up the ante and take it one step further. We just love chocolate-covered popcorn, pretzels, and chips, so has anyone tried melting down some peanut butter eggs to create a coating like none other for our favorite salty snacks?!

We can’t take much more of this delightful, dessert-ful daydreaming. It’s time for a peanut butter egg. Or two.

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