Sinfully Delicious? You Betcha! These REESE’S Chocolate Peanut Butter Pops Are Our Current Obsession!

Sinfully Delicious? You Betcha! These REESE’S Chocolate Peanut Butter Pops Are Our Current Obsession!

Everyone Loves Cake Pops & When You Find Out How To Make These REESE'S Peanut Butter & Chocolate Ones You Will Fall In Love!

Ding-Dong! Trick-or-Treat! You open the door and see adorable little children asking for some candies to devour. You grab a batch of chocolate assortments and see their tiny faces in desperation to look for the candy that they like. If you don't feel satisfied handing them out the same candy year after year. Well here is a chance to change all that!

Halloween only comes once a year and it'll be more fun for you to get really into the spirit! Check out this REESE'S Halloween Peanut Butter Cookie Pop!

Yes, it's the collaboration of REESE'S chocolate cookies to candies. This dessert is simple to make and comes in a dozen pops.

The REESE'S Chocolate Peanut Butter Pops are the right way to celebrate Halloween! You can have fun by customizing the pops during the decorating part.

To Find Out How You Can Make Some Of The Best REESE'S Chocolate Peanut Butter Pops You Have Ever Had Please Go To Page (2)…



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11 Comments

  1. Kristian Stull
    Kristian Stull October 13, 21:29

    I likey

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  2. Ludy's Kitchen
    Ludy's Kitchen October 22, 14:00

    loving the comments everyone

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  3. ForkinRecipes.com
    ForkinRecipes.com October 22, 14:26

    Yeah Cool thanks

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  4. ForkinRecipes.com
    ForkinRecipes.com October 22, 14:26

    I really like this

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  5. Lisa Baker
    Lisa Baker October 22, 14:28

    Only to ppl u know! If my grand baby’s got this from a person that we don’t know they would go in the trash. Sorry

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  6. Mike Reed
    Mike Reed October 22, 16:52

    Jeremy J. Pichler

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  7. Lee Hurrell
    Lee Hurrell October 22, 18:22

    Sara Whatley

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  8. Amanda Pierce
    Amanda Pierce October 22, 19:02

    I’m sorry, as nice of a gesture as that sounds, I wouldn’t let my kids take anything like this from anyone they didn’t know. Nor would I try to give anyone anything like this that didn’t know me. It’s all for safety reasons. You really don’t know what someone is capable of. My kids candy will be checked. Any packaging I do not recognize, goes in the trash.

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  9. Romas Krasauskas
    Romas Krasauskas October 22, 20:22

    SOrry if its not paper wrapped and store bought in the Garbage it goes >>>>that what we have been turned into !

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  10. Sandra Hubley
    Sandra Hubley October 22, 22:53

    My thoughts exactly. Anything that is home made, unless it comes from family or friends (with whose culinary habits we are comfortable with!), we would be throwing it out. Better to be safe than sorry. We’ve always told our kids “no candy apples, popcorn, unwrapped candies/treats, nothing that has been opened or appears to be homemade etc.,etc.,” Sad, but that’s the reality….. When they were younger, we did an inspection before they were allowed to consume any of it and dollar store gummy candies were tossed too. made in China candy=garbage can.

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