What else would M be for, am I right? I mean, sure there are other candies that begin with the letter M, but come on. Nothing compares. Have you ever seen a child have and M&M for the first time? I remember when my son, who is now 4, had his first M&M about 1.5 years ago (don’t hate, I gave my kids chocolate pretty early) and ever since he’s.
This has to be the best commercial from this year’s Super Bowl, am I right? First, how awesome is it that brown M&Ms are back. I was always a little dismayed by the popularity of the blue ones (did you know that 25 % of all M&M packages are blue M&Ms? That’s a bit overkill, if you ask me). So, now that the browns are back, maybe the color ratio.
What exciting news for candy lovers everywhere, and especially those who live in Topeka, Kansas. Mars Chocolate North America has recently broken ground on a new candy factory there that will open in 2013 and make Snickers and M&M’s. According to an article on Topeka’s KMBC.com, The [groundbreaking] event Tuesday was the first phase of the $250 million project that will create about 200 full-time jobs in northeast Kansas. It.
Ok, so this post is a little different than usual. Normally I like to write about how much I love eating candy and all of the delicious kinds of themed candy buffets you can create, but today we’re highlighting those special art projects made from – you guess it – candy! I saw these photos online this morning of Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, created completely out of Nerds candy.
M&M’s just keep getting better and better. First dark chocolate, then pretzels, and now coconut! I am in heaven. America’s favorite little candies have really outdone themselves this time. The sweet coconut flavor wrapped into the little milk-chocolate candy shell – the tropical flavor really helps me take my mind off of the harsh winter we’ve had this year. Maybe instead of snow outside my window its little flakes of.
Bite-Sized candies are now all the rage – I’m sure you’ve seen Reese’s Pieces – and I’ve recently noticed Hershey’s introduced a line of “Pieces” for some of their other popular candies, like York Peppermint Patties, Hershey, and Almond Joy. I’m not quite sure why the Reese’s Pieces were put into similar packaging (as far as I know, they’ve always been in pieces as mini Reese’s…) however, they seem to.