The red-white-and-blue theme gave away these as being leftovers from the Fourth of July, but I was completely happy to test them on July 27. I really liked these! They are smaller than most M&Ms, and consist of a graham cracker core, coated in chocolate and then candy. Nice texture and flavour, these are recommended.
Mega Milk Chocolate M&Ms
I should have put something in the photo for scale, as these came out looking like regular M&Ms, but they're not, they are huge. They seem to be around 2.5 X the diameter of a regular M&M, and thicker but proportionally flatter. They were OK. Nothing bad about them, but not as special as I was hoping. I was hoping they'd be like a peanut M&M where sometimes the peanut gets forgotten and you have a large round blob of unexpected chocolate, but the shape of these doesn't give you that. I weakly recommend them; there's nothing wrong with a giant M&M, but nothing terribly exciting about it either. If they could make them the same shape as the peanut or peanut butter M&Ms, then they might be on to something.
Mega Peanut M&Ms
These had been waiting for me when I got off the plane, so I admit I scarfed them down before I remembered to take pictures, or even that I ever had a blog. They were OK too, but no more satisfying than a regular peanut M&M. Well, maybe a bit more satisfying, but since the peanut to chocolate ratio is lowered, you can't pretend as easily that they are good for you. Still, I recommend them, but if you like a bit of nutrition built into your candy, then the regular peanut variety is the way to go.