Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Mmm... have you ever been the the Hershey website? The home page at has a picture of brownies drizzled with fudge sauce and sprinkled with powdered sugar... and the headline says, "Have a Healthy New Year!"

Really? Come on. Maybe if you believe in moderation and self-control. Me? I'm a bit more on the obsessive side of life.

I'm sitting here eating Reese's Miniature Peanut Butter Cups surfing the web looking for pictures of chocolate... moderation is definitely not my thing.

Plus, wanna know what? It was really hard (for me) to find a picture of these sweet little treats to post on my blog tonight. Weird, huh? I couldn't find them listed on the Hershey website AT ALL!

They had:
  1. The traditional Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (2/pack)
  2. Reese's Pieces
  3. Reese's Fastbreak (didn't even know there was one)
  4. Reese's BIG CUP (the peanut butter lover's cup) ha.
  5. Reese's Whipps (40% less fat) ha.
  6. Reese's Sticks (blech)
  7. Reese's Crispy Crunchy Bar (hmm, interesting...)
  8. NutRageous
  9. WHITE Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (blasphemous)
  10. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups with Caramel (hmm, sounds confusing)
  11. Reese's Select Clusters
  12. Reese's Select Cremes
  13. DARK Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
The headline reads "Access to All Things Reese's" - - Nuh uh. You're missing my FAVORITE!

Reese's Miniatures are for those of us who like more chocolate and less peanut butter. Makes me want to give one of the characters in my WIP (work in progress) a chocolate problem. Then I could describe all the different kinds of Reese's products she likes. That could be funny.

Bored? Eat a Reese's MINIATURE Peanut Butter Cup. I'm gonna go write chocolate into my manuscript.


  1. Have you ever been to the Hershey, Pennsylvania and the Hershey Factory? The whole city smells like chocolate. In Oakdale, California, about an hour from my hometown, there is also a Hershey's Factory... I went quite often...

  2. Nope, never been to Pennsylvania. Jacob hopes he'll get called to serve a mission in Hershey... wouldn't that be funny? I did, however, shop at the Hershey store in Times Square in NYC.