Video shows how to replace peanut butter in a Reese’s Cup with Oreo filling

Reeses Cup Oreo Filling Transfer VideoImage Source: YouTube / The Food Surgeon

As I’ve mentioned countless times during my career at BGR, the Internet is a miraculous place full of wondrous things. Earlier this week I discovered Frinkiac, the incredible search engine that lets you find the still frames that correspond with any Simpsons quote you want to find. Along with the pyramids, the Sistine Chapel and the moon landing, I consider this one of humanity’s finest achievements.

While the video I’m about to show you doesn’t come close to the miracle of the ultimate Simpsons search engine, it’s definitely running a strong second place in the race for the coolest thing I’ve found on the web this week.

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YouTube account The Food Surgeon recently posted a video that shows how to open up the top of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and replace it with Oreo Cookie filling. Why would you want to do such a thing? Why not! Oreos and Reese’s Cups are two great things that go great together.

The Food Surgeon hilariously used a scalpel to slice open up the Reese’s Cup package and then used it to make an precise incision into the candy itself. He then used tweezers to pry off the lid of the candy before scooping out the peanut butter filling with the scalpel.

While the entire enterprise is fairly ridiculous, it seems to be pretty easy to pull off with the right tools. Check out the full video below.

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