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We all know that Reese’s are delicious all year round, but during the holidays, the chocolate peanut butter cups really shine. Between the fun (and extra delicious) holiday shapes and a day that’s quite literally devoted to candy, you can’t not have a Reese’s during the Halloween season.
This year, Reese’s was extra busy during spooky season. First, the brand introduced an all-new skeleton shape to join its Halloween shapes line-up, which includes pumpkins, ghosts, and bats. And now, Reese’s has embarked on a new collaboration to release a Halloween dessert with a beloved bakery.
Reese's Teams Up With Nothing Bundt Cakes
Nothing Bundt Cakes and Reese’s teamed up to launch the new Bundtlet Full O' Reese’s Pieces cake. The Halloween-inspired cake starts with the fan-favorite, personal-sized Chocolate Chocolate Chip Bundt that’s filled with Reese’s Pieces and topped with extra candies. It’s a decadent surprise cake that screams “sweet treat”—making it extra perfect for this time of year.
"We created this sweet partnership to delight our guests by combining two favorite treats in one this Halloween season," said Claire Jessen, senior director of culinary innovation at Nothing Bundt Cakes. "Our Bundtlet Full O' REESE'S PIECES combines the irresistible taste of our Chocolate Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake with America's favorite Halloween candy."
Nothing Bundt Cakes’ new Bundtlet Full O’ Reese’s Pieces is a pop-up flavor that will only be available through November 5—or while supplies last. You can find the Reese’s Bundlet at Nothing Bundt Cakes stores nationwide—where it’s available for order online and in-store.
This collab is Nothing Bundt Cakes’ third pop-up flavor, which has included the Churro Dulce de Leche and Oreo Cookies & Cream in the past. With these successes, it’s looking like the pop-ups are becoming a monthly occurrence, and that means more chances to try new Bundt flavors aside from the beloved classics.
As for Reese’s, with the brand working overtime to give us buckets of Halloween candy and new shapes, it’s no wonder the candy is America’s favorite on October 31. And, if these multiple new launches are any indication of how the rest of the year will go, we can’t wait for the next few holidays.
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