Mint M&Ms (R)

The only blog we know of dedicated entirely to the analysis and deconstruction of mint M&Ms "Try them. You will become addicted. You will curse me."

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Mint M&Ms Sighting

My brother Brad reports they can be found at the Clicks in Akron, Ohio. Mmmmm....

Monday, November 20, 2006

Mystery Solved

An entire website devoted to nostalgia about foods from the 80s.

http://www.inthe80s.com/food/r.shtml

Royals
The M&M's company put these out in the mid to late eighties. They were mint chocolate candies that came in brown and green colors. They were larger than M&M's and very delicious. This is one candy from the eighties that I really miss.

And I thought I was wasting time....

Mint M&M Precursor??

This rings a bell... vaguely....

from:
http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/New_20M_26M_20Flavors

Actually, I believe mint M&Ms have been tried, although under the name Royals. I remember picking up a few packs when I was visiting Chicago back in '82, and wondering later whatever happened to them. I'm pretty sure it was a Mars product, but I could be mistaken.
Guncrazy, Dec 20 2003

Sunday, November 19, 2006

On a peanut butter sandwich?


http://www.funmansion.com/post/showthread.php?p=4695


Blogger says:


Okay, so I went to Target this morning and saw mint M&Ms. By afternoon, I was craving them, along with peanut butter. So I made a peanut butter sandwich with mint M&Ms and put it in a sandwich maker. I thought it tasted good although I can't say it was good for my waistline!!

Does that mean she grilled the peanut butter & Mint M&M sandwich?


This is NOT what we are talking about!

If your personal obsession relates to crispy mint M&Ms then please exit this blog immediately. Thank you.

Nutrition information

My next post will be a detailed calculation of exactly how much of my body fat can be directly attributed to the consumption of an estimated six bags of mint M&Ms over the last four Christmases.

But first, I need the nutrition info. Better go buy a bag....

Friday, November 17, 2006

People are talking about Mint M&Ms

Visit

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=16177

Limited Edition

Mint M&Ms are "Limited Edition" candies.

So what does that mean? So, do that mean that, every December, when the run is up, they throw away the molds and the recipe and the green dye and fire all the people that know how to make them?