Stuff 'N Mallows are self-explanatory. They are handmade marshmallows with chocolate chips stuffed right inside. Everyone on board with that? Yes, good? Then let's proceed.
What's the point of Stuff 'N Mallows? I can think of a million ways to use these, but their original purpose is to merge the marshmallow and chocolate layers of a s'more. In doing so, the chocolate will begin to melt as the marshmallow toasts, so the chocolate is softer when the s'more is assembled.
The peanut butter chocolate chip stuffed mallows are loaded with chips and are so good eaten straight up that you don't even need to use them as part of a different treat. The ratio of chips to marshmallow is such that you don't feel overloaded in sugar after eating one as they are not too sweet. The marshmallow itself is incredibly soft and pillow-y with just the right amount of springiness. They are easily the best packaged marshmallow I've ever eaten.
The aroma of the mint chocolate chip stuffed mallows will wallop you in the face as soon as you open the package - they smell sooooo amazing. The chips inside are a combo of mint and chocolate. Though I'm a fan of mint chocolate, I wasn't expecting these to be my favorite of the three, but they were!! Again, the mallows aren't overly sweet and the balance of chocolate, mint, and marshmallow is spot on perfect. Big fan of these. Big fan. Huge.
Lastly, we have the classic chocolate chip stuffed mallows. They have the same soft pillowy texture of the other flavors with a similar chip-to-marshmallow ratio. And you can't go wrong with chocolate chips in anything, so of course these work.
We brought the Stuff 'N Mallows to a recent camping trip because we knew there'd be campfires, and you can't have a campfire without s'mores.
How well do Stuff 'N Mallows toast? The chips stuffed inside of the marshmallow make them more sturdy and less likely to turn into goo and fall off of the toasting stick. They kept their shape really well even after getting a good crispy toasted crust on the outside.
How well do Stuff 'N Mallows s'more? The extra structure from the chips makes for a slightly less messy s'more than using a regular marshmallow. One of the intentions of this product is to have the chocolate heat up and begin to melt at the same rate as the marshmallow so you have a softer chocolate in the s'more. And it works just as it should. When smooshed between the graham crackers, the chocolate chips smooshed right along with the marshmallow, creating a messy mishmash of ooey gooey goodness. My favorite s'more was the mint chocolate chip.
Other ideas for Stuff 'N Mallows: Squish them in between warm pancakes, bake them into bananas over a campfire, drop them into hot chocolate (helloooo mint!) or coffee, create salty-sweet s'mores using Ritz or Club crackers instead of grahams, roast them under your oven's broiler and use them to top cupcakes or muffins, chop them up and add to snack mixes or popcorn. There's so many fun things you can do with them!
Where to buy Stuff 'N Mallows: Order them online at www.stuffnmallows.com for $9.99 per tub (about 15 marshmallows) or if you live in the Denver, Colorado area you can find them locally using the store locator: https://stuffnmallows.com/store-locator/
These products were a gift from Stuff 'N Mallows. I do not accept free product as a guarantee of a positive review. If it sucks, I'll tell ya.