Asda is selling Reese’s Pieces ICE CREAMS

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Asda is selling Reese's Pieces ICE CREAMS



IT’S official, you can now buy Reese’s Pieces peanut butter cup ice creams from Asda and we can’t wait to try them.
The nutty treats sees ice cream swirled with peanut butter encased in the traditional chocolate peanut butter cup.
1 You can now buy Reece’s peanut butter cup ice creams from AsdaCredit: Instagram/newfoodsuk
They’re exclusive to Asda for the time being and you can only buy them in store for now, although they will be available online in the next few weeks.
Use Asda’s store locator tool to find your nearest.
But they don’t come cheap – a box of four will set you back £3.50, which is about 87p per 64g ice cream.
In comparison, you can pick up a 51g pack of three Reece’s peanut butter cups from Asda for just 60p.
Even a box of posh Magnum ice creams are cheaper with a box of four costing £1.60 at Asda.
That said, these are the only Reece’s ice creams we could find being sold at any of the four major supermarkets.
And it seems shoppers can’t wait to try them either. One Instagram user who follows the Newfoodsuk account, which first spotted the desserts, simple wrote: “Oh my days”.
While another said: “Erm… need this in our lives”. Someone else added: “I know where I’m going tomorrow”.
Before you scoff the lot though, bear in mind that each of the frozen treats contains 235 calories.
An adult man should eat around 2,500 calories a day while it’s 2,000 for a woman, according to NHS guidelines.
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For a cheaper alternative, Iceland is selling retro ice creams including arctic roll and Neapolitan wafers from £1.
While B&M is selling tubs of Cadbury jelly popping candy ice cream also for £1.
You can now even get Kinder Bueno and Lotus Biscoff ice cream.
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