Could this be the best news, like, ever? We think so, because Iceland is officially stocking a Reese’s chocolate Easter egg from the American brand and it looks so good.
But think fast because the peanut butter delight is sure to sell out fast after it sold-out rapidly in 2019.
The sell-out item is on sale for just £4 but if sales mirror last year’s speed, it’ll be gone in no time.
In Iceland, where it’s currently being sold, the egg is on sale for £3 less than it sold for last year so even though Easter is three months away, we recommend snapping one up now.
The egg is available to buy on the Iceland website but delivery is only available for shops worth £25 or more and is only free on shops worth £35 or more, so perhaps pop the egg in your online basket whilst doing a weekly shop.
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If your order costs less than £35 then the delivery charge will be £2-4 dependant on time of day.
Fans of Reese’s should also know that the item isn’t a full 3D egg but instead a half splice of an egg which lies on its flat side.
The egg contains a none too small 515 calories per 100g and 52.4g of sugar and you want to binge out on the full thing it’ll cost you a hefty 875.5 kcal.
Other Reese’s goodies are also up for grabs in Iceland, including a peanut butter bunny, £3, mini bunnies, £2, and a regular peanut butter cup-sized Reece’s egg for 60p.
Iceland isn’t the first store to have introduced a tasty treat ahead of Easter.
The Creme Egg Trifle is back and it looks absolutely eggcellent and has been spotted at both Asda and Morissons.
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This huge dessert which provides ‘layers of joy,’ has been seen on supermarket shelves priced at £3.50 and we’re so ready for it.
And whilst confectionary company Cadbury’s might label it as a ‘sharing dessert’ fans have made out that it’s not actually that hard to finish off the lot in one sitting – and we’re not complaining.
The big news first broke following @newfoodsuk posting a picture of the delicious dessert on Instagram, writing: “Limited Edition @cadburyuk Layers of Joy is back!! Spotted at @asda,” followed by a shock and heart eye emoji.
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And fans were quick to comment with excitement, with one saying “Omg omg,” and another saying “I need one.”
A third said: “I love these cos i hate normal trifle as i cant stand jelly.”
Easter has definitely come early – and we’re so glad!
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