Comparing Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Nutrition


Stick with your goals, and still enjoy a treat! When you know the calories and nutrition info for Reese’s Cups you can practice portion control by eating what will fit with your plan.

If you are counting macros, weight watchers points or calories, nutrition information is essential.

Easter is close, and I love Reese’s Peanut Butter cups, I wanted to know how many I could eat that would still fit into my plan, and not take me away from my goals. The very tiniest of Reese’s cups (the unwrapped mini’s) are only 17 calories per PB cup!

So, if you have been looking to compare the nutrition info on all Reese’s Peanut Butter cups, you’ve come to the right place. How many calories are in a Reese’s Peanut Butter cup? How much sugar? How many carbs? How many can you eat and still stick with your health goals.

I’ve listed all the best Reese’s Easter Candy (including the calories if you ate an entire Reese’s 1 lb bunny) and regular candy so you can compare the nutrition data for yourself and make the best choice!

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Keep portion control a top priority and track your food. It’s easy to overeat when you don’t know how many calories are in a treat! Sometimes, I rather not know. But when I find out, I always resist overeating, I can indulge responsibly, and not feel guilty.

My top tips for indulging in treats without ruining your goals:

  • Eat mindfully! Don’t just scarf it these decadent chocolates down. Sit at the table, eat them mindfully, without distraction, and enjoy every crumb!
  • Make it count- Add those calories to your fitness trackers. The mini-est of the mini Reese’s cups are only 17 calories! I used to eat lifesavers with the same calories and be OK with just one! Try it!
  • Don’t overeat. If you know the calorie and macros of the different Reese’s, stick to a predetermined amount, and then stop! Brush your teeth. End the eating.
Quick Reese’s Nutrition Guide

Calories in a Reese's 1 lb bunny

Full 1 lb bunny nutrition info

  • 2,280 calories,
  • 264 grams carbs,
  • 48 grams protein
  • 132 grams fat,
  • 240 grams sugar
  • Weight watchers points 67 pts.

Reese's peanut butter Easter Egg

Reese’s 1.2 oz Peanut Butter Easter Egg Nutrition Info

  • 170 calories,
  • 18 grams carbs,
  • 4 grams of protein,
  • 10 grams fat,
  • 16 grams sugar.
  • 5 pt weight watchers points

Reese's peanut butter cream egg nutrition

Reese’s Peanut Butter Creme Egg 1.2 oz nutrition info.

  • 180 calories,
  • 19 grams carbs,
  • 3 grams protein,
  • 11 grams fat,
  • 17 grams sugar.
  • 5 pts (WW)

Reese's minature

Reese’s Miniatures Nutrition Info

  • 43 calories
  • 5.3 grams carbs,
  • 0.5 grams protein,
  • 2.3 grams fat,
  • 4.6 grams sugar.
  • 1 weight watchers point

Reese's milk chocolate peanut butter egg

Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs (9grams) Nutrition Info

  • 50 calories,
  • 5.5 grams carbs,
  • 0.75 grams protein,
  • 3 grams fat,
  • 5 grams sugar.
  • 1 pt weight watchers

Reese's big cup

The Reese’s Big Cup Nutrition Info

  • 200 calories,
  • 22 grams carbs,
  • 5 grams protein,
  • 12 grams fat,
  • 20 grams sugar.
  • 6 weight watchers points

Reese's peanut butter cup

Regular Reese’s cups (full package- both cups) Nutrition Info

  • 210 calories,
  • 24 grams carbs,
  • 5 grams protein,
  • 12 grams fat,
  • 22 grams sugar.
  • 6 pts weight watchers

Reese's mini cup

Reese’s mini unwrapped cups nutrition info.

  • 17 Calories each,
  • 2.1 grams of carbs,
  • 0.33 grams of protein,
  • 1.11 grams of fat,
  • 1.8 grams of sugar
  • 1 weight watchers point

Comparing Reese's peanut butter cup calories and nutrition (macros)

So tell me! Which one will you choose?

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