REVIEW: Reese’s Big Cup with Reese’s Puffs

Reese s Big Cup with Reese s Puffs Wrapper

When I first heard about Reese’s Big Cup with Reese’s Puffs, I had to do some mental measurements. Because as someone who has stuffed his face with the popular chocolate and peanut butter-flavored cereal enough times to be familiar with its size, I wondered if several Reese’s Puffs could fit in a Reese’s Big Cup.

Well, all that mental math was for naught because what’s inside these big peanut butter cups is not the cereal we’ve been eating as part of a complete breakfast or the only thing in the house so it ended up being dinner. What’s stuffed in these cups is less puffy and more pellet-y.

Reese s Big Cup with Reese s Puffs Top

The Reese’s cereal pieces suspended in the peanut butter are a tiny 3/16ths of an inch in diameter, and although it may not look like it in the photo below, they are plentiful. They seem to be primarily concentrated in the middle of the cup, hence the bulges in the center. But a few cereal pieces have found their way to the edges.

Reese s Big Cup with Reese s Puffs Split

Reese s Big Cup with Reese s Puffs Mini Cereal

But after eating several of these, I can’t say the mini cereal pieces enhance the flavor of the Big Cup. I’m not surprised because I assumed chocolate and peanut butter-flavored cereal would get lost in actual peanut butter and chocolate. But I’m okay with that because the mini cereal pieces provide a satisfying crunch to go along with the irresistible Reese’s flavor.

Think of that texture as what you’d get with a Crun…oh wait, this is a Hershey product, and the fine folks there sent me samples, so I mean, think of that texture as what you’d get with a Krackle bar but with a Reese’s Cup. As someone who steals is lucky enough to end up with all the Krackle miniature bars from a mini bar assortment, I love the crispy cereal pieces within the gritty, salty peanut butter.

Reese’s Big Cup with Reese’s Puffs isn’t as earth-shattering as the peanut butter cup being stuffed with Reese’s Pieces or potato chips (or maybe someday with bacon bits…just an idea, Hershey’s). Also, I can understand how this might be ho-hum to some, but I find it delightful.

DISCLOSURE: I received free product samples from Hershey’s. Doing so did not influence my review.

Purchased Price: FREE
Size: 1.2 oz bar
Purchased at: Received from Hershey’s
Rating: 8 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 package) 170 calories, 9 grams of fat, 3.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, less than 5 milligrams of cholesterol, 115 milligrams of sodium, 20 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fiber, 17 grams of sugar (including 16 grams of added sugar), and 4 grams of protein.

7 thoughts to “REVIEW: Reese’s Big Cup with Reese’s Puffs”

  1. Free chocolate? And then writing about it.

    I am going to start my own Weed review site.

    But, after my nap.

    I hope I remember.

  2. I’m a fan of things with crispy things in them, like krackle bars and kit kat bars. I am going to give these a try presuming I can even find them, though I haven’t been really tempted with the Reese’s potato chip cups. Thanks for the good information.

    1. Oh man! You’ve got to give the potato chip ones a try! They’re probably my favourite of their “mix-in” varieties.

  3. i love the pretzel cups but the potato chips version didn’t work for me. the crunchy/crispy chip pieces were too hard and dense and also not salty enough to contrast with the sweet chocolate & pb. hope the cereal pieces remain crispy within these ones.

    1. Definitely love the pretzel cups! I always have a bag of minis on hand. I also actually really loved the potato chip version. Have you tried the peanut brittle ones?

      1. The peanut brittle were my favorite of all, good and sweet and tasty. I have yet to try the potato chip kind, i wish they came in came in a smaller size than jumbo.

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