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Reese's Pieces Ice Creams 'Have Been Spotted In ASDA'

Reese's Pieces Ice Creams 'Have Been Spotted In ASDA'

Reese's fans, stop what you're doing. Put down your tea (it's not dinner) and get to ASDA because Reese's Pieces peanut butter cup ice creams have been spotted.

Instagram page newfoodsuk posted pictures of the sweet treats alongside the caption: "OMG look what is now in @asda now are £3.50 how good do they look!?!"

And it's safe to say people have lost their shit with one saying: "OH MY DAYS!!!!!!!!"

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Another commented: "NEED go to ASDA on your way in" and a third added: "my lorrddd, I'll shoot down tomorrow and grab some".

It is unknown at the moment which ASDA stores are stocking the product but we have our fingers crossed.

A closer look at the Reese's Pieces ice cream. Credit: Instagram/newfoodsuk
A closer look at the Reese's Pieces ice cream. Credit: Instagram/newfoodsuk

If you don't think the icy version of the chocolate is for you, or if your 'thing' is white chocolate, then it might be worth getting your hands on Cadbury's discontinued Dream Bar instead.

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You might be wondering how the hell you would be able to get the underappreciated chocolate bar, but you'll be pleased to hear that just days ago it was reported that they were being sold by a pretty savvy company in South Africa, called Sanza.

But, just like any in demand product, you're going to have to pay over the odds for them. You're going to have to dig deep, as a 200g bar is being flogged for £5.45 ($6.92) a pop.

They're back, but they will cost you a pretty penny. Credit: sanza.co.uk
They're back, but they will cost you a pretty penny. Credit: sanza.co.uk

If you're still not on the Dream hype though, you can also ease yourself in with a 50g bar which will only set you back £1.80 ($2.29) - a bargain if you ask us.

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According to the South African company, the Dream is 'creamy, delicious, smooth, melt in your mouth, real white chocolate which contains cocoa butter'.

Never a truer word said.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/newfoodsuk

Topics: Food, News

Rebecca Shepherd

I'm Becky - a journalist at LADbible. I graduated with a First Class BA in Journalism before going on to cover criminal court cases, medical tribunals and breaking news for the national media - which inevitably and eventually became as glum as it sounds. Can often be found rocking a bag for life - which I made a 'thing' way before Rihanna. You can contact me at [email protected]