Friday, September 11, 2015

WARNING: New Reese Peanut Butter Chocolate Spreads Are Awesome & CONTEST!

Stop reading right now...unless you have immense will-power. If you are the kind of person who spoons peanut butter out of a jar, please close this web page! And if you've ever cleaned out a jar of chocolate hazelnut spread with either your fingers or a tiny spatula, know that fair warning has been given. Because your resolve is about to melt.

You're still here?  Don't say I didn't warn you!
I'd like to introduce you to NEW Reese peanut butter chocolate Spreads, based on the iconic Reese Peanut Butter Cups candy!  WARNING: if you don't respond well to temptation, I highly recommend that you keep the jar safely out of reach...in a place like Timbuktu.  

This combination of chocolate and peanut butter taste is highly addictive, and has been known to have parents and grandparents alike hiding the jar from the kids.  Some parents have been found eating new Reese Spreads clandestinely in places like the hall closet, laundry room and garage.  Sharing a jar of Reese Spreads is that hard.  
Don't Give Reese Spreads to Your Kids,
or THIS Will Happen!
How to Eat Reese Spreads:
  1. Dip fruit like strawberries, apples, bananas and grapes into Reese.
  2. Spread Reese on waffles, pancakes, or inside crepes.
  3. Try Reese Spreads with pretzels--or dip in carrot or celery sticks. 
  4. Use Reese in your baking: muffins, cookies, as a cake layer, etc.
  5. With a spoon...but a word of CAUTION, if you are trying to be moderate!

Reese Spreads are now available at major grocery and mass retail stores across Canada in 650g jars, with a suggested retail price of $6.79.  (In stores around the Toronto area, I have seen the jars priced lower.)

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WIN a Reese Spreads Prize Pack From SnyMed.com!

CONTEST (~OVER~)

WINNER: Jenn L

WIN an AMAZING Reese Spreads prize pack from SnyMed.com!  Prize pack includes 8 Reese Spreads (650g each) and 2 boxes of Reese Snacksters (includes 20 individual Snacksters in total), the same or similar to the photo above!  Contest open to Canada, and ends Friday October 9th, 2015.

How To Enter:
Leave a COMMENT below stating how you would like to eat Reese Spreads (ie: with fruit, on toast, etc).  Then, use the entry form below.  GOOD LUCK! 


137 comments:

  1. Oh, all the ways!! But especially on toast so it gets warm and melty.

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  2. OMG - the absolute BEST of both worlds!!

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  3. I'd eat it by itself!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. i would love to eat it just by the sppon full, but i would also love to try it on eggos

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  5. How wouldn't one eat them is the question - my kids with eat reese spread on anything or even on its own with a spoon. I'll have to lock them up!

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  6. I would put this on toast! (Andrea Amy)

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  7. I would eat it on toast.

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  8. I would love to try the pretzel suggestion with this spread!

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  9. I would eat it straight out if the jar!

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  10. I like it on everything! I've started spreading it on croissants before rolling them up and baking them!

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  11. I would eat it with toast, or use it as a filling for crepes with bananas!

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  12. OMG OMG OMG!!! ON MY TOAST!!!!!!!

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  13. I would like to try it with waffles or pancakes, but if I'm being honest I will probably just eat it straight out of the jar with a spoon!

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  14. I love it on a warm toasted English muffin

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  15. I would eat it right out of the jar!

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  16. I think I would use crackers as my scooper!

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  17. I'd eat it in every way possible. On fruit, on toast, on crackers, by itself.... Yum!

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  18. Straight out of the tub!

    billiondollarprincesss @hotmail.com

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  19. I would like to eat it right out of the container with a spoon. Maybe a little toast on the side.

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  20. I think I would try it various ways, but my favorite would be straight out of the jar -- multiple times each day!!!

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  21. I haven't tried this yet but think I might just fill a vat up and dive in.

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  22. I would like to make a chocolate fondue with melted Reese peanut butter chocolate spread, and then dip fruit (bananas, orange slices, strawberries, cantaloupe, kiwis) into it. It would be so delicious!! I can't wait to try it. Thanks, Good luck all.

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  23. I would like to make cakes with it, but I would probably just eat it out of the jar!

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  24. I would eat it on toast but on a crisp apple sounds really good!

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  25. I'd eat this on apple slices!! Yumm!

    My name in form is Anne Taylor

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  26. How could you not put that spread on Nilla cookies! lol

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  27. would make a great icing
    jan

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  28. I would eat them on apple slices - granny smith specifically!

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  29. I have to admit that I would probably eat it right from the jar with a spoon! (Judy Cowan)

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  30. I would eat it with a spoon.

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  31. I would put it on everything, crackers, fresh homemade bread\toast, fruit chunks, chocolate bars...etc!

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  32. I love apples with peanut butter and bananas with peanut butter or Nutella, so I have a feeling that both of those would be amazing with Reese spread!

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  33. great giveaway thanks for the chance

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  34. great giveaway thanks for the chance

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  35. It would be so hard to resist! I would eat it straight from the jar every time I walked past the cupboard!

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  36. As a milkshake! Tried it already and it was delicious!

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  37. I would just eat it straight from the jar LOL

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  38. I would like to eat it in desserts. :)

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  39. from a spoon directly from the jar or on waffles or in crepes

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  40. any way I could - straight up first, then on bread, toast, and then in baking. thanks

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  41. On toast with a layer of Raspberry jam, then I sprinkle lot of cinnamon, and slice up a banana for a topper. Wow. I finish with a hot coffee.
    In my 60's and still acting and thinking like a kid. Why not? I can mature next decade... right?

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  42. I would like to eat this spread on vanilla cupcakes.

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  43. Onto a nice warm fresh out of the toaster English muffin

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  44. On toast with jam and a slice of cheese.

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  45. I would have this spread on toast or waffles.

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  46. I'd like to try it instead of peanut butter in cookies,squares, etc. That is IF there is any left once I open the jar.

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  47. On toast, and right out of the jar.

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  48. On toast and right out of the jar.
    (Ronald K)

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  49. i think it would taste great on a cinnamon raisin bagel

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  50. I would eat it right out of the jar with a spoon :)

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  51. I would put it on toast I'm sure but I would have a hard time not eating it out of the jar!

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  52. On 12 grain toasted bread or straight out of the mar like my husband does!

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  53. On 12 grain toasted bread or straight out of the jar like my husband does!

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  54. I would eat it by itself, and on toasted banana bread!

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  55. On a sandwich with sliced bananas.

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  56. I would eat it right out of the jar with a spoon.
    Florence C

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  57. It would be great on toast or even crepes.

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  58. I really like that idea of using it as a cake layer. mmm

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  59. My mother in law used it to make icing for a cake...so good! My husband likes it just on bread.

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  60. I would love to try this spread on toast!

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  61. I'd try it on crisp apple wedges

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  62. Eat like that with a spoon....

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  63. I would like to eat this spread on muffins, like a banana muffin.

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  64. How about right off the knife/spoon, this would suit me!!!

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  65. I'd try it on banana chunks

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  66. I would love it on toasted raisin bread
    bread

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  67. I would love to try this on a Bagel! Thank-you so much for the opportunity!!! :)

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  68. I would like it on my bagel or toast.

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  69. I would like it on raisin bread toasted

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  70. Eating by the spoon full sounds like a great idea!!

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  71. warmed up and drizzled over icecream!

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  72. With a spoon, as hot chocolate, in recipes

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  73. Mine are in the fridge so they don't melt.

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  74. I would eat it with a spoon

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  75. I would like to eat it with a spoon, and in crepes.

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  76. JAMES DASILVA
    On a sandwhich with strawberry jam.

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  77. I`d love to try them on banana bread and raisin bread.

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  78. I might just eat this right from the jar. Why dilute the goodness?

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  79. On toast, with fruit, or simply finger dipping!

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  80. On a bagel

    billiondollarprincesss @hotmail.com

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  81. Warm it and use as a fondue dip fruit and bread in it

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  82. Here is the link for my share 05/10 https://www.facebook.com/kathy.h.downey/posts/10156139450245644

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  83. Two spoons and share right out of the jar

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  84. Is it weird that I just want to scoop it up with Reese peanut butter cups?

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  85. It would be awesome to win the Reese Spreads. I would eat the spreads right out of the jar, on toast, on waffles, on ice cream, on bagels. Thank you for having this yummy giveaway and the chance to win. :)

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  86. I'm a purist. Just me, the jar and a spoon.

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  87. I don't think I have ever seen this anywhere, I am going to have to look for it now, I can just imagine how it tastes!!

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  88. Looks like a great spread, would love to try it.

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  89. I hope that this product is still out there because I would love to give it a try.

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