M&M’s Now Have A Chocolate Popcorn Flavor Perfect For Movie Nights

Movie night just isn’t complete without a bucket of popcorn in hand. And if you prefer your popcorn with chocolate drizzles then this new M&M’s Chocolate Popcorn will be your new favorite. A popcorn-flavored M&M? Well, it isn’t surprising anymore. The chocolate candy brand has its own fair share of exceptional flavors. These include the White Cheesecake, Pecan Pie and Fudge Brownie to name a few.

Apparently, M&M’s has also been working to combine its classic milk chocolate with other delectable sweet treats. So, it’s like having two treats in one candy. Chocolate-flavored popcorn is a thing, obviously. But popcorn-flavored chocolate candies are absolutely new. And that’s exactly what we’ll get with this new M&M’s Popcorn.


M&M’s Chocolate Popcorn


The yellow packaging describes it as a milk chocolate with crisp rice center. And the milk chocolate is said to be flavored like popcorn. We’re kinda excited to know what a popcorn-flavored chocolates tastes like. Furthermore, everything about the packaging clearly screams football. It features the Blue M&M holding a bucket of popcorn in one hand and a NFL football in the other hand.



Blue is also wearing eye black like most football players. And the edges of the packaging are lined with yard line detail and the official NFL logo at the bottom. This is, without a doubt, in connection with the upcoming 2020 NFL Season that is set to kick off in September, if the situation permits. Just in case you didn’t know, M&M’s is one of the official sponsors of the NFL, which explains the NFL references on the packaging.



People have spotted this new flavor at Sheetz where you can find them available in 3 sizes: singles, share size and large lay down bags. We’re not sure if this is a store-exclusive offering but it seems to be exclusively available at Sheetz as of the moment. We know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking of heading to the nearest Sheetz location to stock up just in time for the football season kickoff, right?