Mallo Cup Milk Chocolate-1.6 oz

Boyer Brothers



Boyer Milk Chocolate Mallo Cup Bars

A very nostalgic candy that is beyond old fashioned, especially when you consider that the ancient Egyptians used the mallow root for all of their candied confections.  Mallo Cup is made with a milk chocolate cup that is filled with a creamy, fluffy whipped white center, made to resemble marshmallows. These cups also have a tiny sprinkle of coconut in them, just underneath the top of the chocolate cup. Some say these are best enjoyed frozen, probably making them less messy to eat. Wheres the fun in that? Mallo cups may ooze their goodness a little, but frozen or not, they are always delicious!

  • Kosher Certified Dairy
  • Gluten Free

1.6 oz Pack


Milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, milk, chocolate liquor, and soy lecithin), corn syrup, sugar, water, coconut, dextrin, egg white, salt, guar gum, natural and artificial flavour, potassium sorbate (to preserve freshness), and soy lecithin.

Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts. 

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