According to reports, a new type of Reese’s Big Cup stuffed with peanut butter and potato chips is set to be released soon. According to the Instagram account JunkFoodLeaks, Reese’s Big Cups with Potato Chips will be available soon. The post describes the new item and it’s exactly what it sounds like: an extra-large Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup with pieces of potato chips mixed into the peanut butter filling. The Instagram post describes the snack as a salty and sweet combination, although it does say that the candy is seemingly light on the potato chips. Reese’s has previously released Big Cups stuffed with Reese’s Pieces and cookie crumbles. A spokesperson for Hershey was not immediately available to offer further comment.
While JunkFoodLeaks is not an official outlet for food announcements, the account reportedly has a history of revealing previously unannounced food items.
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? C R U N C H Y B O Y E ? Sup. I've been so busy with practicing TikTok dances I forgot I had these. Whoops! Seems like everyone's just looking around and saying "what else can we stuff in our snacks to make them better than they already are?" With Reese's, this badboye is no different. They've taken a classic Reese's cup, and tossed potato chips in them. Yes. Salty, crunchy potato chips. To be frank, it seems like this odd salty mashup is all the rage lately. And I kinda get it. We're all salty. It's 2020 and I can't go anywhere without hearing someone ranting about how their mask is causing them to want to faint during their 4 minute trip into a Walgreens. Shoutout to our healthcare heroes who do it for 12+ hours per day ? Anyway, this creation, which will be available soon I believe, is pretty spot on and WELL worth it if you like salty. I'll keep it real. It's too small of a chip ratio to really get as much as you'd need. What would be better is one big chip in the center of the cup. Other than that, it's cool– and it's good; but I'm definitely not selecting this instead of the classic one. Gonna score this one a ?7.0? on the dot. Makes sense. Does the job, needs more chip.