Thursday, January 31, 2013

Valomilk Creamy Marshmallow and Chocolate Candy #Giveaway 2/8 CLOSED



Ok, so I am in love with candy.  I love chocolate and marshmallow, so when I found out about Valomilk I knew I had to try this amazing concoction.  This candy is absolute heaven.  The candy is made by the Sifers family and it began way back in 1903.







The Valomilk candy was actually created accident in 1931.  Years ago vanilla flavoring had quite a bit of alcohol in it.  The marshmallow that was made ended up runny and didn't get firm.  Harry Sifers decided to dip the gooey marshmallow in chocolate and Valomilk began.  They messed with the recipe some and Valmomilk was born.  The company was sold in 1970 and then shut down in 1981.  Russell Sifers decided to bring Valomilk back to the stores in 1987.  I just don't know what I would do without these.  This truly is a great family company.  Today their son makes Valomilk just how they were made years ago.






Valomilk is a candy cup.  It is milk chocolate on the outside.  The inside is this gooey center.  The center is amazing and it's like nothing I have ever had.  The center is the most wonderful marshmallow ever.  You bit into it and it's soft and just so yummy.  I just don't know how I didn't know about this delicious candy before!  My entire family loves Valomilk.  I have shared some of my samples with friends and they are just in heaven when they try these!  There is nothing like it!  My 5 year old is not big on sweets.  I thought I would put the Valomilk cups to the tests with her.  I had her sample a Valomilk cup and she inhaled it.  Most of the time she ends up throwing the candy I give her in the trash.  I know strange, but with the Valomilk she loved it!  I am so happy that I have found a candy that she truly loves.  I really can see why she loves them too!






You will just have to try a Valomilk in order to experience this amazing treat!  This is one of my new candy favorites.  I keep telling everyone I know about these and sharing my samples because I feel that everyone I know needs to know how wonderful they are.  I will warn you that these are so addicting and definitely messy!  You need to make sure you have a napkin handy.  You can visit the Valomilk website to find out where to buy these near you.

Giveaway - Enter to win 24 packages (1 case) of Valomilk candy.

Open to US residents 18 yeas of age and older.  The giveaway will end on 2/8/13 at 8:59 pm PST.  The winner will be chosen randomly.  The winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to contact me back to claim their prize.  Mommie of 2 is not responsible for lost prizes or prizes that are not received.

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.    




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27 comments:

  1. I learned that the chocolate is "made in Kansas City from our 1931 recipe"

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  2. WOW, I did not know that they are outside of Kansas City in Merriam. That means they are like 2 1/2 hours from me!!!

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  3. They use only the finest all natural ingredients which is important to me

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  4. I learned that I can get them at my local Cracker Barrel.

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  5. I learned how they got their name - vanilla - V, alo from marshmallow and milk
    msboatgal at aol.com

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  6. i like they are natural ingredients and have a wrappers archive debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  7. I've never had these though I know of them from a catalog I used to get. Just went to Valomilk's web site - OMG - check out their recipes! Only have three but they look delicious!!
    Elle
    hey_wren@yahoo.com

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  8. I learned The name VALOMILK DIP came from: V for real vanilla, ALO from marshmallow, MILK to describe it as creamy and DIP because it was hand dipped (hand made). The name for “The Original Flowing Center Candy Cup” was later shortened to VALOMILK.

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  9. I learned that the closest place for me to get these is 2 hours away!..super sad!

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  10. I learned the creamy center has no preservatives and is made one batch at a time
    pedidentalasst at yahoo dot com

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  11. I learned that their products are sold at Cracker Barrel! Whoo-hoo...another reason to go there! :)
    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

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  12. I learned that it is a small family owned and operated candy business.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  13. i learned they have recipies on their site

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  14. I learned their “Creamy Flowing Center” is made from fresh corn syrup, pure cane sugar, distilled water, pan dried (hand made) egg whites, pure Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar and a touch of salt. Nothing artificial. No additives.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  15. I learned that Valomilk is made from all natural ingredients.
    upstatemissy@gmail.com

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  16. I learned their factory is located in Kansas!

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  17. Their factory is in Merriam, Kansas

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  18. Their factory is located in beautiful downtown Merriam, Kansas, usually high above Turkey Creek

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  19. You can find this candy @ the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Restraurants-- I love that place.

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  20. I learned that I can get them a cracker barrel

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  21. I like that they use natural ingredients :)

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  22. I knew they were in my area, but wasn't sure where - Merriam, KS!

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  23. Valomilk is a small family owned and operated candy company now into their fifth generation. The only candy the produce is the Valomilk Candy Cup.

    "Nothing artificial. No additives. No preservatives."


    Deborah

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  24. family owned and operated
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  25. The family started making candy in 1903.

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  26. They have recipes, I'd like to try the
    VALOMILK Ice Cream.
    Michelle Tucker

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