A couple of days ago my five year old asked for some M&M’s. After I told him there weren’t any in the house he replied with, “that’s ok. You can look on the Internet. They’ll tell you how to make it.”
Could I find a recipe for homemade M&M’s?
In the almost three years I’ve spent blogging professionally, I have always been able to find what I needed online. Today is a first. I can’t find a single “recipe” for M&M’s. I found a few “How M&M’s Are Made” type articles, but nothing showing me how to make them in my own kitchen.
While searching I found:
- A recipe for something that may or may not be a Snickers Bar.
- Instructions on making a giant Twix bar.
- An instructional video for making fire out of a chocolate bar and a can of Coke. Don’t try this at home folks.
- A website allowing you to post a message on a virtual chocolate bar.
- Details on deep frying Mars bars.
- Lots of peanut butter cup recipes.
Now, I’m not going to deep fry any Mars Bars or create a giant Twix but I did learn that the Internet is the best place for finding offbeat recipes and copycat ideas. If only someone would attempt M&Ms.
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