Reese’s Peanut Butter Easter Eggs are a candy favorite in the spring. The soft oval shape feels almost like a pillow of chocolate and peanut butter.
Because of its popularity, many sad faces come around when supplies run out after Easter. Obviously, it’s a WHOLE YEAR until these babies hit the shelves again.
To fight the post-Reese’s Egg season sadness, the brand is trying to keep the eggs around a little bit longer this year.
Reese’s is freezing a bunch of eggs this season to re-release in a few months! They are #NotSorry.
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“We know our fans dread the end of Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs season,” Easter Reese’s manager Jan Grinstead said in a press release. “So, we wanted to surprise them with a chance to get their hands on our iconic Eggs long after Easter.”
Hopefully, this holds the fans over until Halloween, when the next seasonal Reese’s shape comes out.
To get your hands on a batch of 36 frozen eggs, head to Reese’s social channels (Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram) at 3 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, April 16. They’ll post a link to claim your Reese’s eggs. The site will be live through April 19 at 3 a.m. EDT, or while supplies last.
It’s almost Easter which means Reese’s Eggs will be gone before you know it. Now we’re throwing them in the freezer until summer for a few lucky fans. Will you be one of them? Check back tomorrow at 3 pm to learn more. #NotSorry pic.twitter.com/W83VtHxDvM
— REESE’S (@reeses) April 15, 2019
Otherwsie, you can buy and freeze your own stash of chocolate eggs, too. Pick up a bag (or 10–every man for himself!) from a local grocery or drug store.