White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M's Combine Your Favorite Candies Into One

Fall is on its way and so is delicious Halloween candy! Growing up I always had a big sweet tooth. My mom would constantly have a candy bowl in the living room stocked for snacking depending on the season. There were jelly beans in the Spring, pretzels and M&M's candy in the Summer, and candy corn in the Fall. As a kid I loathed the taste of candy corn, I couldn't figure out why anyone would prefer it over milk chocolate. But my mom was adamant about putting them out because they reminded her of her childhood. Now M&M's candy has incorporated the classic candy corn flavor into delicious white chocolate candy corn M&M's and I couldn't be more excited to put this seasonal flavor in my own candy dish.

Have You Tried White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M's?

I first came across the M&M's white chocolate candy corn candies while picking up some toothpaste at Walgreen's. I assumed it was an exciting new flavor, however after a bit of research, it seems that the Halloween party treat has been around since before 2012. Well, it's new to me, so it was exciting to see it on the shelf.

Made with delicious white chocolate infused with candy corn flavoring and the traditional crunchy candy coating, this seasonal bag of candy is filled with a fun candy corn color scheme worth celebrating over. Not only do these white candy corn M&M's look great in a candy dish, but they also add a pop of autumn color and iconic Halloween M&M's flavor to cookies, brownies, ice cream, Chex mixes, caramel apples, and fudge.

Autumn M&M's Abound!

M&M's aren't just plain milk chocolate candy anymore. Celebrate the Fall season with some of their limited edition varieties to round out your Halloween candy bowl along with other seasonal candy bars. The other white chocolate M&M's are White Pumpkin Pie, plus you can find dark chocolate Cocoa Crisp M&M's and crunchy peanut Gould's Mix M&M's. The Cocoa Crisp M&M's are only available at Target, so head over there as soon as you can!

This article was originally published on September 13, 2019.

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