M M s Caramel

Update: We reviewed it! Click here to read our review.

I hope this is the beginning of many more gooey center filled M&M’s, like marshmallow fluff, peanut butter, cookie butter, honey, cheesecake, and sriracha. (Spotted by Rachel C at Maverick.)

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11 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: M&M’s Caramel”

      1. Yes, essentially it’s Peanut Butter flavor chocolate inside a Peanut Butter M&M or a Reese’s Pieces, not actual peanut butter itself – that would be a great idea.

  1. Oh, I’m looking forward to tasting these – possibly similar to Mars’ Toffee Treets/Relays which I enjoyed in the UK back in the day before they were discontinued in the 90’s.

  2. Oh! So they are finally hitting the shelves?
    I totally forgot about them, after the hype last year. xD

    Though… now i’m a bit sad, that i went to the US just a couple of weeks before i could grab a bag of the already legendary and highly praised M&Ms caramel 🙁 (Though i’m sure they will roll them out internationally. Mars put too much money in the development of them ^^)

    Can’t wait for a review!

  3. I didn’t have any luck at target but walgreens had a ton of them today. These are fabulous!

  4. It’s total BS that Mars, Inc is price gouging their customers on these products. These “special” flavors are only available in small 2.83oz packs. Walmart charges $2.98 each for them. That’s over $1.00 per ounce. Even those special flavors that are now available in 9 ounce packages are priced around $10.00. You can buy regular M&M’s chocolate or peanuts in large 42 ounce bags for around $9.00. Many times you can find the 54 ounce bags on sale for the same price. This is nothing more than outright theft on the part of the manufacturer.

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