Who doesn't love eating a big ol' handful of M&M's? They are one of the best ways to consume chocolate, and believe me, there are a lot of good ways to consume chocolate.
M&M's were first introduced in 1941, and over the years the company has grown to an incredible level. Starting with the classic milk chocolate filled treats, and later adding options for peanut-filled M&M's, almond M&M's, pretzel M&M's, and more, it seems like these chocolate pieces of heaven are not going anywhere.
They are available worldwide, and we are grateful for their existence every day. Every once in a while they will come out with a special-themed version of M&M's for a holiday or to celebrate the time of the year. We've been blessed with a lot of amazing flavors over the years. Some of the more notable and bizarre were:
White Chocolate Candy Corn
Because what we all wanted was more candy corn right? The divisive flavor may not be everyone's favorite, but the are still available on Amazon if you want to give it a try. It doesn't look like Red is a big fan, but who knows maybe you'll like it...
Strawberried Peanut Butter
I don't even want to know... I guess it might be like PB&J? It just does not sound very appealing from the name...
Amazon seems to have all of your favorite M&M's available if you seach for them. Experience this Thanksgiving treat year-round with M&M's that taste like pecan pie!
But M&M's newest flavor goes above and beyond the call of duty in the best way imaginable, and makes M&M's more amazing than ever!
The latest, greatest, most glorious way to eat M&M's is to get the new Crispy M&M's spread. It's kind of like Nutella, but instead of a hazelnut chocolate spread, it's a chocolate spread with crispy pieces.
Just think of all the ways that you could eat this! Put it in the middle of your cake layers, use it as the icing on some brownies, spread it on waffles, or just eat it with a spoon! We aren't here to judge you, we just want you to be happy.
It's apparently made using real M&M's, which means that the candy shells and crispy pieces are all in the jar.
So far, it seems to only be available in the UK, being sold for £2.79 ($4), but we are begging them to bring it over to us. We need it. It's just not fair!
How many of these jars do you think you could eat before you get sick? Trick question, there is no number, this looks way too good to resist.
We will let you know if it makes its way over to our side of the ocean, but until then, we will just have to learn all about the laws surrounding shipping foods across borders...