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September 8, 2020 / Posted by:

Reese’s Breakfast Snack Cake!

If for some strange reason, you love having Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups for breakfast but feel guilty about it, you shouldn’t, because in 2020, anything fucking goes. But Reese’s has still answered your trash-eating prayers by putting out a snack cake, which they’re calling a “mid-morning snack.” Oh, Reese’s, I’m not sure if a “snack cake” will go with my usual mid-morning snack of tears, my 11th cup of coffee, and Advil.

CNN says that starting this December, The Hershey Company, which owns Reese’s, will sell breakfast snack cakes that will come in a package of two and sell for $1.99. It’s made up of chocolate cake, peanut butter creme, and milk chocolate. Mike Orr of Hershey explained that they’re selling it as a mid-morning snack because it’ll hold you over until you eat your regular lunch (aka two whole bags of fun-sized Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups):

“We wanted to create the perfect treat for Reese’s fans to satisfy that mid-morning sweet tooth,” Mike Orr, a brand manager of grocery and snack brands at Reese’s owner Hershey, said in a press release. “We know that sometimes you just don’t want to wait until lunch.”

Nicole Gallucci of Mashable tried Reese’s Snack Cakes and said the flavors are the same and the only difference is that there’s cake in there now:

If you’re planning on taking Mike Orr’s advice, then you should prepare to do your afternoon Zoom meeting from bed after you fall into a sugar-induced half-coma from eating a Reese’s Snack Cake as a mid-morning snack. Although, if you’re a normal person, you probably do your Zoom meetings from bed anyway.

Pic: The Hershey Company

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