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Candy Question

cresyd Apr 11, 2008 08:21 AM

I believe this candy is local to Indiana, but I'm entirely unsure of what it's called. It's shaped like a chocolate peanut butter cup, but instead of being filled with peanut butter - it's filled with marshmallow.

And is this basically an Indiana candy, or can it be gotten outside of Indiana?

  1. mamaciita Apr 11, 2008 12:01 PM

    I grew up in Indiana, and most of my family still lives there. I think this is what you're looking for. My mom has a thing for these, and they disappeared from the market for a while, but now Cracker Barrel restaurants sell them, among other places.


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    1. re: mamaciita
      cresyd Apr 11, 2008 12:22 PM

      That's it.....thank you, the name has been alluding me.

    2. Soop Apr 11, 2008 08:32 AM

      Damn, I know what you mean. 've had them before (in England), but they're not made by any of the main chocolate makers. Ruffles comes to mind. brb.

      No, I don't think that was it. I definitely remember some bar but it was pretty low quality compared to English chocolate in general

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      1. re: Soop
        dklipscomb Apr 11, 2008 08:44 AM

        I think it is Mallo-cups that you are talking about.

        1. re: dklipscomb
          mercyteapot Apr 11, 2008 09:03 AM

          Yes, those were my favorites when I was growing up. We had them in PA, too. I've seen something similar here in CA, but have never tried them. They're called Cups-o-Gold.

          1. re: dklipscomb
            Kelli2006 Apr 11, 2008 11:17 AM

            They are Mallo Cups. My mom was raised in Ft Wayne and that is 1 of the few candies that she really likes. They tend to be impossible to find in mass market stores, but I found a vintage candy store in Cleveland that seems to sell them by the case.

            BA Sweetie candy company, Brookpark road , Cleveland. http://www.sweetiescandy.com/

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