Spooned & Spotted: Reese’s Puffs Spring Edition Bunnies Cereal

Reese's Puffs Bunnies Cereal

Everyone knows that the best Reese’s candies are the ones that aren’t shaped like cups. With their increased peanut butter to chocolate ratio, Reese’s Eggs, Pumpkins, and even their lumpishly deformed Trees are tastier than their ridged, circular ancestors.

I’m hoping the same principle of shapely tastiness applies to General Mills’s upcoming Reese’s Puffs Bunnies, an adorably rabbit-shaped variant of their classic peanut butter and chocolate corn puffs. Reese’s Puffs Bunnies are releasing just in time to celebrate the dawn of spring and the melting of gross slush all over my driveway.

Of course, I’m probably just being optimistic by thinking these will taste any different than normal Reese’s Puffs. Those keeping tabs on General Mills know that these bunny shapes are just recycled from their Annie’s cereals, so it isn’t the most original idea, either. Regardless, I’m going to take this rare Easter cereal as an excuse to celebrate…

…by lopping the ears off a hollow chocolate rabbit, filling it with Reese’s Puffs Bunnies and milk, and using it as an edible cereal bowl.

Though the cereal only appeared online in the past couple days, I’ve already spotted it in the wild at Meijer. Happy hunting—whether it’s the Easter egg or limited edition cereal kind!

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  1. OMG!
    Reese’s Puffs in a much more adorable shape?!?! WINNER!
    I mean the cereal itself is already a winner, but shaped as bunnys? (Or is it dogs? [the ears are the tail, and the “ass is the face”; just turn the pieces, you’ll see!] or was it Yoshi? ;))

    Annies dissappointed,, but the shape was still great. So hopefully these will “deliver”.
    I’m a bit curious about the consistency. I found, that shaped cereal (like (here in Germany) the whole Kelloggs/Disney range from Finding Dory, to Star Wars over Frozen) are not as hard as all the round balls. More… let’s say puffy. More like rice krispies, though not much more rice was used.
    Let’s see how these bunnies turn out ^^

      • ha! i knew it! (too much of a spoiler! ;))
        So this means i have to read the review today, though my time is a bit limited right now 🙁

        (and hell… you can always spoiler! ^^)

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