REVIEW: Milk Chocolate Honey Graham M&M’s

Milk Chocolate Honey Grahams M M s Bag

What are Milk Chocolate Honey Graham M&M’s?

The busy bees at M&M’s have added a new seasonal flavor to their hive: honey graham, featuring milk chocolate with a crisp rice center.

How are they?

Milk Chocolate Honey Graham M&M’s could be described as “upgraded Crispy M&M’s” because they have a subtle, wonderful current of additional sweetness running through the candy. The dominant flavor is intermingling honey and milk chocolate, which reminds me of a Toblerone bar. The crispy rice center provides a perfect light texture to accompany the delicate honey flavor.

Milk Chocolate Honey Grahams M M s Closeup

Clad in honeycomb-esque yellow and brown shells, these M&M’s are tiny compared to other seasonal M&M varieties. They are close to a plain M&M in size, so it’s difficult to tell whether the flavor is coming from the chocolate itself or the crisp center. Either way, every bite provides a satisfying blend of flavor and texture.

Milk Chocolate Honey Grahams M M s Innards

However, in an “upgraded Crispy M&M,” the graham component is difficult to identify. The crisp rice slightly echoes the texture that I associate with graham crackers or rice cereal. But while the honey flavor is wonderful, it doesn’t have enough nutty or toasty shades to remind me of graham flavor.

Anything else you need to know?

Even though I liked the flavor of these M&M’s, I wondered what could have been with a graham cookie center instead of crisp rice. I had some Teddy Grahams on hand, so I cruelly dismembered one in order to sample an M&M with a Teddy Graham leg as its center. (Sorry, but I did it in the name of science.)

Milk Chocolate Honey Grahams M M s Transplant

This addition did satisfy my graham fix, but it overwhelmed the chocolate of the tiny M&M. I’m not sure it was an improvement, but a better candy engineer than I could probably readjust the ratios for better results.

Conclusion:

The honey and chocolate flavor duo of Milk Chocolate Honey Graham M&M’s is something to buzz about, but the crisp rice center may leave graham fanatics feeling stung.

Purchased Price: $3.49
Purchased at: Tops Friendly Markets
Size: 8 oz (226.8 g) bag
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (per 1 ounce/about 30 pieces) 130 calories, 5 grams of fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, less than 5 milligrams of cholesterol, 40 milligrams of sodium, 21 grams of carbohydrates, less than 1 gram of fiber, 15 grams of sugar, and 1 gram of protein

8 thoughts to “REVIEW: Milk Chocolate Honey Graham M&M’s”

  1. The crispy M&Ms are overlooked and underrated in my opinion so it’s wonderful to see a new variety. I’m going to have to try these.

    1. It is my opinion that you clearly never had the crispy M&M’s the first time they came out, or you would understand just how much the new crispy M&M’s suck, LOL.

        1. Really?! I wish I felt the same. I LOVED the original crispy M&M’s! I hate the new ones! I finished the bag I bought, but only because I hate food waste. Otherwise, they would have gone straight in the garbage!

  2. Terrific review, Julie! I loved your inspired idea about replacing the crispy middle with a Teddy Graham – I may have to do that myself since I’m an avid graham fanatic and a lifelong M&M lover. I’m looking forward to tasting the honey/milk chocolate combination since you made it sound so incredible. Thanks for another great review!

    1. Thanks, Tracey! I hope you like them. The M&M’s + Teddy Grahams = a good snack mix if you don’t have the heart to continually mutilate those poor bears.

  3. Found these tonight, I’m looking forward to giving them a try. Wish I could have found the cookie ones too. Maybe next time.

  4. These alleged honey graham m&ms are crap. The name is a lie. There’s no graham cracker in them and the fake flavors they’re full taste nothing like graham crackers either.

    This is why I don’t buy m&ms. Because the package is a lie and poison inside is lousy. Even kids I gave them to said they don’t taste like graham crackers and they suck.

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