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Reese’s Premium Cupcake Mix Peanut Butter & Chocolate

Reese’s Premium Cupcake Mix Peanut Butter & Chocolate

Cupcake Mixes with premium ingredients including Hershey’s cocoa and particulates.

14.5 oz

The HERSHEYS and REESE'S trademarks and trade dress used under license

(6 Ratings)
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Cassie312 said: Posted: 11/29/2014 8:19 PM
My filling and icing was runny I just added some icing sugar to it and it was great. Also you have to let the cupcakes cool before you fill the. Or you will cause the butter to melt Amd make the filling more soft and runny
 
ujju said: Posted: 6/13/2014 5:58 AM
i made these cupcakes and they were yummy. Never had problems with the instructions. always tastes great!
 
havabath said: Posted: 4/8/2014 11:22 AM
I made Betty Crocker’s Reese’s premium cupcake mix the other day, and they turned out perfectly! I am 12 years old, and i didn't have any problems while making these. I didn’t have any problems with the filling being too runny like some of these other reviews state. With baking you have to be very precise otherwise whatever your baking comes out wrong. i saw that some of the reviews also said that it was to hard to get the pastry bag into the cupcake, i think it depends on how long you cook it and whether or not you insert it right after you take it out of the oven. i inserted the pastry bag right after i took the cupcakes out, so they were still soft from baking. My family loved them so much they were gone the next day. Thanks Mrs. or Ms. Crocker!
 
ifellicantgetup said: Posted: 2/26/2014 10:42 PM
Very disappointed, it was not good at all. The peanut butter just dissolved into the cake mix.
 
CarolEsse66 said: Posted: 2/5/2014 2:53 PM
I made these last night for a light dessert. I was impressed, the cupcake came out moist and chocolaty. To make sure that the bag injected the peanut butter into the cupcake I took a sharp knife and inserted it about half way down then put the bag into the hole and filled until the filling started to come out the top. My kids just loved it and I sent them each one with their lunches today. No frosting to get all over!
 
wallycook said: Posted: 11/3/2013 3:14 PM
I made the peanut butter & chocolate premium cupcake mix yesterday. However, I had difficulty inserting the pastry bag into the cupcake. I eventually made a hole manually and scooped the peanut butter filling into the hole with a small spoon. However, the cupcakes were delicious but I thought it required a little too much effort.
 
aprince2000 said: Posted: 10/8/2013 7:19 PM
This is a question, not a review. I threw the box away and kept only the filling but now I don't know what I need to add to make these. Can anyone help me? Thanks!
 
Angel501962 said: Posted: 10/7/2013 7:57 AM
This was Horrible. The imitation peanut butter filling tasted like a chemical composition. Absolutely no peanut butter taste at all.
 
pippee said: Posted: 9/28/2013 8:21 AM
I made these yesterday and they were great! Was going to give them to a friend of mine who just loves peanut butter...but, they never made it there, everyone in the house ate them. I made them like stated but also made a butter cream frosting which I added peanut butter to...and then put the miniature Reese cups which I quartered and added to the top. They came out FANTASTIC! I am going to the store to buy a couple more boxes...they won't last long!
 
Barbh1231 said: Posted: 9/17/2013 5:34 PM
These are soooo good. Too good. I'm afraid I'm going to eat all 12.
 
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