Make Halloween Spooktacular With M&M's New Ghoul Mix Sugar Cookie Dough

Call me basic, but I love me some seasonal treats. I literally stopped caring so much about Mini Eggs as soon as they became available year-round. They lost their specialness.

And I'm not talking about generically "autumn" themed snacks — though those can be fun too — I'm talking Reese's Peanut Butter Bats and candy corn.

One of the treats I've made a point of stocking up on is the M&M's Ghoul Mix.

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They don't even have any special flavor or whatever. It's just a mix of only orange, green, and purple. That's it.

But what can I say? I'm easy to please.

This is probably the point when I should mention my cookie problem too, since it's related to my overall excitement for this new product.

I don't care if I'm baked them from scratch, from a log of Pillsbury dough, or bought them from a store; I cannot be left alone with cookies.

Which is why this new M&M's Ghoul Mix Sugar Cookie Dough is so dangerous for me!


I mean, it's a sugar cookie on the chewy side of the spectrum (which is my preference), filled with Ghoul Mix M&M's and ghost and bat sprinkles. I'll take three... packages.

They're available at Walmart, so if you want some, you'd better get there before I clear out the stock to horde for myself.

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