Minion Tic-Tacs Are The Most Adorable Candy Ever Created

Oh. My. God! I can't even believe this is actually a thing. I even spent the last half hour researching weather or not this was hoax just to make sure I wouldn't be heart-broken. I had seen minion themed food before but that was just creative packaging.  This however is minion themed candy taken a whole new level.

Presenting the Minion Tic Tacs. They are by far the most adorable candy I have ever seen! It makes me happy just looking at them and the best part is, they're banana flavored.

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A little while back some pictures popped up on the internet claiming minion tic tacs existed. They even had the overalls, but sadly this turned out to be a home made project.

These minions are very real though and we'll let you know the minute we find out where you can buy some.

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