1. Mixed Bag M&Ms

This first one isn't even technically a new candy. It's just all the M&M flavors

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mixed together in one big mystery bag.

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Why does this not exist yet? They can put them in a white bag like the mystery Airheads and everyone can have a great time trying to avoid the disgusting mint ones. A great time all around!

 

Next: Malloreomar >>>

 

2. Malloreomar

What are the two greatest cookies on Earth? Mallomars and Oreos. No question.

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What's the biggest problem with the otherwise perfect Mallomar? It's shitty cardboard cookie base. So, let's scrap that crap and replace it with a delightful Oreo base.

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Now we just need to find a way to sell Mallomars all year round.

 

Next: Milkyway Crunch >>>

 

3. Milkyway Crunch

Milkyways are great. Chocolate? Yum. Caramel? Terrific. Nuggat? Delightful. But there's something missing in the texture. Too much mush and not enough crunch.

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Let's crunch that sucker up with a Crunch Bar base and a KitKat top.

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Next: Cinnamon Sugar Peeps >>>

 

4. Cinnamon Sugar Peeps

Peeps used to be a fine enough treat when they were only available around Easter, but now that they're being trotted out for Halloween and Christmas, the flaws have started to shine through: they're just too sweet.

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Let's cut out some of that overwhelming sugar and mix in a bit of cinnamon for a truly autumnal flavor.

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Granted, the presentation of these brown little powder turds leaves something to be desired, but Peeps corporation could fix that with some of their authentic sugar chemicals.

 

Next: Reese's Nutella Cups >>>