Capn Design

Rating: 5 of 10


Like you, I am a big fan of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. I also really like chocolate and candy coatings. Naturally, I was intrigued by these. My sister had found them at a bodega a few months ago and insisted they were fantastic. So, here we go.

They’re not fantastic, but I did like them. As you can see, the inside is just peanut butter; no jam. I blame my sister for this because the name of the product is Strawberried Peanut Butter M&Ms, not PB&J M&Ms. The strawberry flavor comes from the candy shell, it seems. As a result, if you eventually start inhaling the M&Ms — not that I would do that — you start to taste less strawberry and more chocolatey peanut butter.

Out of the bagcross-section of M&M

My suggestion is you just read this review 4 or 5 more times instead of buying them yourself. I’d stick with regular PB M&Ms or whatever your favorite may be.


I like how you assume that I, the reader, am a fan of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. And you're absolutely right.

A+. These were yummy and I hate chocolate.

I'm convinced anything with a chocolate shell is good. Must buy.

i'm surprised your review didn't mention the use of the verb form, "strawberried", in the name of the m&ms.

Jim, you have a point. I have never heard someone use the word "strawberry" as a verb until I saw this packaging. I was awestruck when I saw it. Then, I realized the power of the word.

Now, when I see a angel food cake, I can get right to the point and say, "Damn, I'd love to strawberry that." Or if I slide into home plate and end up rubbing away a big chunk of skin and have a red mark, I can say, "Woh, I really got strawberried." Finally, when I see a huge mound of cocaine and I just used my neti pot, I will certainly say, "I can't wait to strawberry that blow."

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