Clearly not a direct imitation of Reese’s, these sunny yellow butter cups from Dealer Joe’s nonetheless beg comparability to the king of all chocolate-nut butter combos.
Texture-wise, they’re practically equivalent, however with maybe barely firmer chocolate and barely thinner nut butter. Any discrepancies are negligible. All people may’ve guessed that. And everyone would in all probability be proper.
It is the flavour that is so delightfully totally different—and but not so totally different that it tastes like one thing odd, unfamiliar, or disagreeable in any method.
The darkish chocolate is fairly typical for Dealer Joe’s candy-esque fare that we have seen all through the years. It is wealthy and filled with cocoa taste and blends fairly nicely with sunflower seed butter. The general impact is satisfying and scrumptious, and there is this imprecise notion that you simply’re consuming one thing just a bit extra subtle, unique, and adventurous than a traditional Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.
In the event you’re considering these is perhaps a “wholesome various” to conventional peanut butter cups, I am not saying you are improper, since TJ’s substances appear to lack preservatives and synthetic stuff, plus there is perhaps extra antioxidants within the chocolate right here—however fats and calorie-wise, the numbers are comparable. You are still not consuming eating regimen meals with these sunflower seed butter cups. And that is completely okay, notably if you happen to’re solely consuming them moderately…proper?
I say give ’em a whirl. 4 stars a bit from Sonia and me.
Backside line: 8 out of 10.