The Naked Marshmallow Co Mini Egg Marshmallows

The Naked Marshmallow Co Mini Egg Marshmallows

Hoppy Easter! Some of you may be tucking into those choccie eggs whilst here we are tucking into The Naked Marshmallow Co Mini Egg Marshmallows. 

Strictly limited edition I decided to treat myself to The Marshmallow Co Mini Egg Marshmallows, and a few other boxes which were in their sale. There’s a fair few flavours including a couple of vegan options. Prior to the sale these were £6.50, a little more than their standard boxes. However in the sale these were half price. 

If you want the full package then they cater for this to. From fondue, s’mores and chocolate lovers set to a gin lovers set and boozy marshmallow dipping kit. Yes finding something on here isn’t going to be hard, unless you don’t like marshmallows, which in that case you’re in the wrong place! 

The Naked Marshmallow Co Mini Egg MarshmallowComing in a compact box and packed tightly in a sealed plastic bag, there were 9 pieces of vanilla flavoured gourmet marshmallows topped with crushed Mini Eggs. Naturally with handmade products everything isn’t symmetrical, and the toppings vary on each cube. But that’s part of the appeal isn’t it? That and fighting for who gets most of the topping! 

The Naked Marshmallow Co Mini Egg Marshmallows Limited EditionBouncy as bouncy can be and light as a feather, these are everything you want from a mallow. There’s no denying the thickness of these almost cloud like marshmallows, which had a subtle hint of vanilla. The Mini Eggs were mostly found on the top rather than embedded, which was fine however would have liked to have seen some tucked in there. With a nice proportion of Mini Eggs paired with the marshmallow, you cant’s really go wrong. The varying sized crushed up chocolate pieces meant the marshmallow had more texture, and when melted slowly on yesterday’s barbecue, well that was a little bit of heaven! 

Ultimately The Naked Marshmallow Co Mini Egg Marshmallows are a hit. Simple but delicious, and even better when they’re gooey. 

It’s not too late to get your hands on a box. (Find them here). Plus there’s some shelf life to them as long as they aren’t opened. Mine were best before August 2019. 

Have an egg-cellent Easter and enjoy the rest of the long bank holiday weekend! 

Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x

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