Good Humor Reese’s Bars are described as a “frozen dessert bar blended with Reese’s peanut butter sauce and covered in signature Good Humor cake coating.” The hardcore ice creamers out there seem to get really upset when the ingredients are anything except “premium, full-fat ice cream”.
However, I am open to all desserts you find in the freezer no matter how they self-identify. Frozen yogurt, low-fat ice cream, frozen dessert bars … doesn’t matter, I’m all in! But for this review, I’m just gonna call them ice cream bars, ok?
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Like other Good Humor Bars, these Reese’s bars have the classic cake coating on the outside. The crumble here is black and white in color and looks a lot like crushed up Oreos. It gives the bar a nice crunchy component and brings in the chocolate flavor.
The inside is a very light brown color and is very creamy, almost fluffy. It’s got a really nice peanut butter flavor that holds it’s own against the chocolate.
I often find that one ingredient overpowers – like in the recent Peanut Butter Chocolate Pebbles. The chocolate was so strong, you could barely detect the peanut butter. Definitely not the case here. These ice cream bars have a nice balance.
I believe the folks at Good Humor when they say these are made with REAL Reees’s Peanut Butter Swirl. But I’ll be honest, if they used a different type of peanut butter, I would have no idea.
It’s not like you’re biting into a frozen Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup here. It’s just a good peanut butter and chocolate ice cream bar.
So in conclusion, if you like peanut butter and you like ice cream bars, you’ll probably enjoy these.
Would I buy it again: Yes! They also have other flavors: Oreo, Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate Eclair, Toasted Almond and Birthday Cake.
Would I eat it again if offered to me? Absolutely!
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Micky Reed, a two-decade veteran in the food and baking industry, leverages her influential Three Snackateers food blog and Instagram presence to collaborate with industry giants like Ben & Jerry's and Crumbl Cookies. Her work has been featured on Delish, PopSugar and more. Her expertise as a product curator for one of the world's largest international snack subscription box companies solidifies her status as a key player in the field.