SPOTTED: Limited Edition Reese’s Puffs Hearts Cereal

Limited Edition Reese s Puffs Hearts Cereal

Reese’s Puffs have had Bunnies and Bats. But, sadly, there couldn’t be a continuation of the B’s for Valentines season, unless General Mills decided to make Reese’s Puffs Broken Hearts Cereal. (Spotted by DJ at Redner’s.)

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2 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Limited Edition Reese’s Puffs Hearts Cereal”

  1. Everytime I see a Reese’s Puffs image on this site, I get excited thinking it’s a new flavor like banana or PBJ, but then it just turns out to be a seasonal variant with different shapes.

  2. Alright… i kinda like how every company brings out special shapaes, flavor and so on for all the different occassions, but heart shaped cereal?
    Seriously? I mean… yeah different cereal shapes can give you a different experience while eating them, but i can’t actually think about even one situation, where i would glady have heart shaped cereal…

    Getting into romantic mode around valentines day by pour yourself a bowl of heart shaped cereal in the morning? – ehm… no..

    Valentines morning: You get up, not trying to wake your dear honey, go to the kitchen, get a bowl, pour in heart shaped peanut butter and chocolate shaped cereal and some milk, get back to the bedroom, wake your honey gently and say: “Honey! I made breakfast!” – ehm… no.

    xD

    CHEERS!

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