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Check Out the 3 New Holiday-Flavored M&M’s Already Hitting Shelves

Check Out the 3 New Holiday-Flavored M&M’s Already Hitting Shelves

It’s barely November, and M&M’s has just released new winter M&M’s: White Peppermint, Hot Chocolate, and Café Mocha

Oh the weather outside (will eventually be) frightful, but the chocolate is so delightful.

Halloween decorations may still be up, and your trick-or-treat candy bowl is probably still full, but M&M’s wants to get you in the holiday spirit.Mars has released three new wintery M&M’s flavors to make you all toasty inside: Hot Chocolate, White Peppermint, and Café Mocha. All three flavors will be sold at Target and Walmart stores starting this week.

Here are some descriptions of the new M&M’s to get your mouth watering: The Hot Chocolate flavor is a marshmallow candy-coated shell filled with dark chocolate; the White Peppermint is a “cool peppermint with creamy white chocolate center;” and the Café Mocha M&M’s may not actually be caffeinated, but they are made with milk chocolate and covered in cheery, red-and-green, coffee-infused candy shells.

We may not be ready for snow drifts when the tree leaves outside are still golden, but ‘tis always the season for creative chocolate candies. You can get all three flavors in eight-ounce bags for $3.49. Target is selling the Café Mocha flavor exclusively.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


Prepper Pantry – Finger Foods

Whether we’re buying disaster food kits or building our emergency pantry one bag and can of rice and beans at a time, chances are pretty good our food supply is heavy on “spoon meals”. Soups, boiled grains, stews, instant potatoes, mac-n-cheese, and even a lot of casseroles and scrambled eggs offer a lot of repetition in texture and eating utensils.

That repetition will get wearying unless we’re already eating that way. Especially if we’re experiencing a personal or localized crisis rather than watching the whole world fall apart, some relief to spoon meals will be more than welcome. Happily, there are some easy fixes that can help. Finger foods are one.

Most of these finger food idea ingredients are inexpensive enough – or inexpensive enough as a weekly/monthly treat. In fact, many of us probably already have the ingredients in our kitchens or storage.

Some of them require extra time and effort. Others, however, are ideal for even vehicle evacs, packing trips, and power-outage SIP kits, offering no-cook and less-mess meals that don’t require much wash-up for dishes.


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