Seven new Reese’s Frozen Treats ring in the new year with extra sweetness

New Reese’s Frozen Treats hit stores, photo provided by Reese's
New Reese’s Frozen Treats hit stores, photo provided by Reese's /

It could be time to resolve to indulge. Do not be sorry for enjoying that dessert because there are seven new Reese’s Frozen Treats. The question isn’t to eat or not to eat, the question is which offering will be eaten first.

From the favorite Halloween candy to the peanut butter eggs that fill the Easter basket, Reese’s candies have earned its spot atop many food lists. The combination of chocolate and creamy peanut butter always satisfies in the most delicious way.

Over the years, the candy brand has looked beyond the candy aisle. From coffee creamers to other desserts, the iconic flavor has been incorporated into a variety of offerings. To kick off 2023, the Reese’s Frozen Treats take the candy out of just being a mix-in and put the flavor front and center on the spoon.

The seven new frozen dessert offerings will be arriving in stores to the delight of many people. While some ideas might borrow from the familiar, others offer a sense of that ice cream truck nostalgia that has been part of many current food trends.

The offerings are: Reese’s Peanut Butter Sandwich, Reese’s Peanut Butter Light Ice Cream, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cones, Reese’s Chocolate Cones, Reese’s Mini Pieces Light Ice Cream, Reese’s Chocolate Frozen Dairy Dessert, Reese’s Peanut Butter Frozen Dessert Cup, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Frozen Dairy Dessert Bar. Although there is a desire to devour each and every offering, a few choices need to soar to the top of the list.

Reese's Peanut Butter Frozen Cup
Reese’s Peanut Butter Frozen Cup, photo provided by Reese’s /

The Reese’s Peanut Butter Frozen Dessert Cup transforms the traditional candy cup into a frozen treat. Shaped to look like the candy, the milk chocolate coating surrounds a peanut butter frozen dairy dessert blended with Reese’s peanut butter swirl. While some people have taken to hiding those seasonal treats in the freezer away from sticky fingers, this new offering might be superior. There may be more than one way to eat a Reese’s, but this option is definitely one that everyone will want to enjoy.

Another fun twist is the Reese’s Peanut Butter Frozen Dairy Dessert Bar. Whether some people remember that frozen dessert from school lunches of the youth or one of the good time offerings from the ice cream truck, this flavor is a celebration of textures. The chocolatey, cake crumbs contrasting the frozen dairy dessert center is total eating satisfaction. The only wish would be for a side of the peanut butter sauce for more dipping.

Looking at the other offerings, the concepts will satisfy many a craving. From people who adore Reese’s Pieces to others who only can enjoy frozen dessert on a cone, there is an option for everyone.

One creative take on these offerings would be to upgrade that Reese’s Peanut Butter Sandwich. Consider placing the sandwich in a shallow bowl, adding some peanut butter sauce drizzle, whipped cream, and Reese’s Pieces for some crunch. It turns a simple dessert into a decadent one.

The new Reese’s Frozen Treats will be available at various retailers. Suggested retail prices range from $2.20 to $7.99.

Never be sorry for enjoying dessert. With so many Reese’s options, it is best to give into that temptation.