The mission? Create an original recipe using the new White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M’s. Did I accept it? You know I did! I love cooking, baking and recipes. Game on! I WILL say that I have never been a huge fan of white chocolate, but I was so intrigued about how they would get candy [...]
The mission? Create an original recipe using the new White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M’s. Did I accept it? You know I did! I love cooking, baking and recipes. Game on! I WILL say that I have never been a huge fan of white chocolate, but I was so intrigued about how they would get candy corn in an M&M, I couldn’t resist trying them! As it turns out, I’ve apparently never eaten good quality white chocolate, before. I will probably never choose it over milk or dark chocolate, but my opinion has definitely been changed for the better, thanks to these new M&M’s. Other than the white, yellow and orange candy shells, I really didn’t get a sense of candy corn flavor. What did come through was the creamy texture of the white chocolate and the most delicate, citrusy orange undertone. I decided to maximize that in my recipe and it turned out amazing, if I do say so myself.
This recipe is very simple, but elegant, and packs a huge flavor punch. It would be the perfect sweet on a buffet table at any fall gathering and an excellent secret indulgence for the grown-ups left at home, passing out Halloween candy! Let me show you how I created these delectable M&M treats.
White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M’s are exclusive to WalMart, so you’ll want to hustle out to the nearest one to claim a few bags for yourself. I actually searched and checked back over a period of about two weeks, waiting for them to the hit the shelves. I looked at 3 different WalMarts, checking candy aisles, Halloween candy displays and end caps, expecting that “today would be the day” I would find them. Apparently, there was a small mix-up about the release date, and some areas are only now, receiving them. I got the excited call from my oldest daughter, on Monday. “They’re here!” So, be diligent, you may find them popping up in your local WalMart candy displays very soon. (If you’re interested in seeing my hunt for this elusive treat, you can check out my This Moment Slide Show.) I can’t wait to hear what you think they taste like and if you have a great idea for a recipe, using them, I would love for you to share!
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #MMsGetCorny #cBias As always, at Busy-at-Home, the views and opinions expressed are wholly my own. The recipe is my own original creation and is entered in a contest where I have the chance to win $150.
This post is linked to Tasty Tuesday.