Nothing Bundt Cakes, Reese’s Pieces Offer New Treat

Nothing Bundt Cakes Reese's Chocolate Peanut Butter flavor cakes
Nothing Bundt Cakes Reese's Chocolate Peanut Butter flavor cakes | Image by Nothing Bundt Cakes

Dallas bakery franchise Nothing Bundt Cakes and Reese’s Pieces are beginning the new year on the sweet side.

The special treat is a rich chocolate cake with chocolate chips and Reese’s peanut butter chips, layered with cream cheese frosting and Reese’s Peanut Butter Sauce.

The company is offering the treat for a limited time, from January 8 through February 25, and is available in bite-sized Bundtinis, personal-sized Bundtlets, and eight- and 10-inch Bundt Cakes.

“We wanted to offer our guests the sweetest start to the new year, and there is no better way than by baking up the most iconic flavor pairing — chocolate and peanut butter,” Claire Jessen, senior director of culinary innovation at Nothing Bundt Cakes, said in a news release. “We know our new REESE’S Chocolate Peanut Butter cake is a dessert worthy of a New Year splurge.”

Nothing Bundt Cakes operates stores in Dallas on Preston Road, Garland Road, and Oak Lawn Avenue. Customers may also order the limited-time offering at nothingbundtcakes.com.

The bakery’s menu features a variety of cakes in several flavors, including red velvet, lemon, chocolate chip cookie, strawberries and cream, vanilla, carrot, white chocolate raspberry, snickerdoodle, chocolate chocolate chip cookie, and confetti.

Founded in 1997 in Dallas, Nothing Bundt Cakes has grown to operate more than 535 franchise and corporate stores in more than 40 states and Canada.

Nothing Bundt Cakes and Reese’s teamed up for the first time in October with the popular pop-up Bundtlet Full O’ Reese’s Pieces. The bakery closed out 2023 by relaunching the Andes Peppermint Chocolate Chip treat, as previously reported by The Dallas Express.

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