How many times have you thought "You know what flavor of candy cane I would love? Macaroni and cheese." Never. Right. But someone somewhere out there invented it anyway and you can now pick up your very own monstrosity from a novelty store in Seattle.

Archie McPhee wants to see us suffer this holiday season with their latest invention. Mac 'n' cheese candy canes are available for purchase in their stores, complete with an "instant mac and cheese flavor" and "cheesy flavoring." There are six to a box and they're on the larger side so you can really live life to your tastes. They'll also only set you back $5.95 if you're interested.

mac and cheese candy canes

They went into a little more detail on their website. "Macaroni and Cheese Candy Canes are a particular favorite of picky eaters. These candy canes taste like your childhood favorite --- mac and cheese," they wrote. "It's like comfort food-flavored comfort food! Macaroni and cheese has become a holiday family tradition in many parts of the country, so why not let our holiday candy reflect that?" I mean, I can think of a few reasons why...

However, joke as I may, boxes are limited to one per customer due to their high demand. Not to mention, this isn't the first weird flavor of candy cane the company has released. If you're unfamiliar with Archie McPhee, allow me to catch you up on the flavors you may have missed. So far they've had candy canes that taste like pickles, bacon, clams, rotisserie chicken, and coal (which is said to taste like coal and cinnamon).

So, if you or a loved one would like six macaroni and cheese flavoured candy canes -- stop it. Get some help. Just kidding! Our slogan has always been life to your tastes and if that's what your tastes are, we're not judging you. (Others might, but we won't.)

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