Salted Caramel Mallow Puffs Bar

Personally, I’m not the biggest fan of marshmallow. There’s something about the texture that doesn’t exactly fit right with me, but when I received a salted caramel mallow puffs par in my The Vegan Kind Box last month, I of course was very intrigued. Especially as usually marshmallows don’t necessarily taste of anything other than sweet and this bar was covered in m*lk chocolate – yes please!

Mallow puffs.

So what’s so special about mallow puffs as a company? Well their products are;

  • Belgian chocolate
  • No palm oil
  • No gelatin
  • Vegan
  • Natural flavours and colours
  • Non-gmo
  • UTZ certified cacao
  • Produced in Belgium
  • V-label certified

That is what I’m talking about!

Something different.

I have the biggest sweet tooth, so having something a little different to your usual chocolate bar was very nice. Although I’m still not sold on the texture of marshmallow, I did enjoy the flavours of this bar and the crunch of the chocolate that coated it was probably what sold it to me. I’m a sucker for chocolate covered anything!

Although I don’t think I’d go out of my way to buy one, if they were on sale or I was offered one, I’d definitely snap one up with no questions asked. I’d also love to try their other flavour ‘vanilla’ as it sounds a little more up my street than the caramel one. Which flavour do you think would be your go to? You can see their full range here: Mallow Puffs and you can buy a bar for £1.59 on The Vegan Kind supermarket here: Buy one now!

Love, always – B
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