As if you need another reason to be excited about summer.
Fans of the crispy M&M (a late ’90s fave that has made a comeback in recent years) will be thrilled to hear that the candy’s latest crazy flavor embodies all the elements of a s’more wrapped around crispy rice cereal for that signature crunch.
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From the packaging alone, we can infer that the beige, white, and dark brown colors respectively represent the graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate flavors of the beloved campfire treat.
But are they meant to be eaten in tandem, or does each contain all three elements in one? And does the marshmallow have a toasted flavor, as is customary? If so, how toasted?
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These are the questions we just don’t have the answer to yet. Regardless, we know they don’t involve hazardous wooden sticks, open flames, or acoustic guitars, which already makes them better than actual campfire s’mores.