A delicious peanut butter dessert, one of the symbols of the Reese's brand. Chocolate and cream, sweet and tasty, always go well together. For this reason, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are among the most famous American snacks ever. Two small cakes filled with goodness loved for almost a century. Cups, in fact, made their debut way back in 1928. They were invented by H. B. Reese, who was a milk producer before becoming a successful entrepreneur. Today Reese's Peanut Butter Cups exist in multiple flavors and sizes, but this is their most popular and loved version. Their inventor, H. B. Reese, worked for the Hershey Chocolate Company before starting his project on his own. The man had 16 children to feed and he juggled between jobs before he had the great intuition that made him the king of snacks.
THEngredients: Chocolate al MILK (51%) [sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, defatted MILK powder, MILK fat, LACTOSE (MILK), emulsifier (E322 SOY*, E476 Polyglyceryl polyricinoleate), antioxidant (E307 a-tocopherol)], PEANUT cream in the center (49%) [PEANUTS, sugar, dextrose, emulsifier (E471Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids), antioxidant (E319 TBHQ), acidity regulator (E330 citric acid)], MILK chocolate contains 25% cocoa substance and 14% LACTIC substance. Nutritional information (per 100g): energy 2094 kJ / 500 Kcal, fats 29.2 g (of which saturated fats 10.4g), carbohydrates 56.5g (of which sugars 51.1g), proteins 10.8g, salt 0.08g.