Mac and Cheese-Flavored Candy Canes are Here to Ruin Christmas
Step aside, coal—Macaroni and cheese-flavored candy canes are now officially the worst thing you can find in your stocking on Christmas morning.
Seattle-based novelty company Archie McPhee is selling the atrocity, presumably to ruin Christmas.
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“It’s like comfort food-flavored comfort food,” Archie McPhee’s website states. “Macaroni and cheese has become a holiday family tradition in many parts of the country, so why not let our holiday candy reflect that?”
Based on that logic, I expect they’ll have mashed potato-stuffed truffles in time for Valentine’s Day.
Nevertheless, the bizarre mashup seems to be breaking the Internet.
Any publicity is good publicity, I suppose: Because of the candy’s extreme popularity, Archie McPhee is limiting its Mac and Cheese Candy Canes to one box per customer.
Each box contains a set of six yellow and white, 5-¼ inch candy canes.
You can destroy someone’s holiday this year for only $5.95.
If that’s not enough for you, you monster, you can also apparently purchase bacon, pickle, rotisserie chicken, and clam-flavored candy canes.