QUICK REVIEW: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Dairy Whipped Topping

Reese s Peanut Butter Cup Dairy Whipped Topping

What is it?

Reese’s-flavored “Dairy Whipped Topping,” because “whipped cream” wasn’t enough of a mouthful.

How is it?

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On paper, this is a great idea. The can is inviting. The image of peanut butter cream surrounded by a rainstorm of Reese’s cups only elicits happy feelings, so why is this so bad?

It’s an aerosol-style can with a nozzle, so I hit it from the source first. That’s where all the fun lies.

It’s “dairy whipped topping” so you can imagine the texture, although this is even airier than I expected. The flavor hints at it, but at no point did I feel like I was ingesting a Reese’s product.

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I normally complain when something like this is too sweet, but it’s barely sweet at all. There is a light lingering peanuty flavor. Not only that, the cream basically remains at room temperature no matter how long it’s been refrigerated. I had it in the fridge all day, and it was still lukewarm at best.

If you like unappetizing peanut-flavored foam, I guess this is for you.

Is there anything else I need to know?

I could instantly tell there was no way this would hold its flavor when used as an actual topping. To test the theory, I went with chocolate pudding. The already faint cream flavor was dwarfed immediately. It did nothing to enhance the pudding.

I imagine any ice cream would easily wash out the “Reese’s” flavor.


I like the thought, but Hershey dropped the ball. They need to ramp up the sweetness if they want this to be a viable topping choice.

After taking a few more rips from the can, I had a flashback to my days chugging little white half and half cups off diner tables. While I laughed at my younger, dumber self, it made me sick to my stomach.

Just sprinkle some other Reese’s product on your ice cream and forget about this.

Purchased Price: $3.28
Size: 7 oz. can
Purchased at: Stop & Shop
Rating: 3 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (2 Tablespoons) 15 calories, 1 gram of fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, less than 5 mgs of cholesterol, 0 milligrams of sodium, 1 gram of carbohydrates, 0 grams of sugar, and 0 grams of protein.

5 thoughts to “QUICK REVIEW: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Dairy Whipped Topping”

  1. Thanks for the review! I was excited about this stuff; it’s good to know I shouldn’t bother wasting $$ on it.

  2. Much easier if you do it at home. Just whip up heavy cream and add chopped reeses in there. No brainer.

    1. @Aleksandr Rozentsvit: Of course, that can be said for all store-bought whipped cream products–you always can make them at home. But what’s the fun of that–you can’t shoot the aerosoled product directly into your mouth. 😉

    2. This is the Impulsive Buy….if your looking to share your recipes no matter how simple than I can think of many other sites where they would be better appreciated but I think most people visit this site to see new prepared and packaged snacks…but if even one person decides to try your recipe then maybe I am wrong.

  3. This is so disappointing. The 3rd picture you took looks so promising. How can a Reese’s product be bad? This could have been so blissful, but I thank you for taking the time to give us the low-down. And in such detail! What on earth could they have put in their “whipped topping” to prevent it from cooling down? Now that is something I never expected to hear. You’re good, InstaBanter. -From one of your millions of daily followers.

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