Peanut butter could be getting a bit more “crispety crunchety.”
Earlier this week, Butterfinger teased a potential new product on social media — its own peanut butter.
The candy brand — owned by Ferrero — posted a picture of the possible product on Twitter Sunday morning, with a tag in the top corner that said “New?”
According to the mock up of the potential new peanut butter, the spread would be “crispety crunchety” just like the candy bar.
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The jar also has a yellow lid and a yellow label, just like the wrapper of a Butterfinger bar, according to the mock up.
Under the photo of the peanut butter, the company noted the product could be available “maybe sometime in the future.”
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In a follow-up tweet the next day, Butterfinger wrote: “We just had the best idea for #NationalPeanutButterDay. Just kidding…Unless?”
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It is unclear whether Butterfinger intends to actually release its own peanut butter, or if the tweets were a joke for National Peanut Butter Day, which was on Sunday, according to National Today.
Butterfinger teased a possible new product — its own peanut butter — earlier this week. (iStock)
Ferrero did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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Though many commenters seemed excited about the prospect of Butterfinger-style peanut butter, one fan was more curious about whether the brand would bring its Butterfinger BB’s back. Butterfinger responded by saying: “Anything is possible!”
“We’ve seen the awesome support for them and – while we can’t make any promises – it could be something that our team is working on for the not too distant future,” Butterfinger added.