Nanette DePriest commented on 04-Jun-2012 09:10 PM and rated this product as
This is the best carmel marshmellow.... nothing Oops about the taste at all!
Annette Switzer commented on 02-Aug-2012 11:42 AM and rated this product as
I love these! not too much carmel and light and soft to chew. I buy them everywhere I go when I can find them! And now I see I can buy them online! Yum!!
Beth Cormier commented on 06-Oct-2012 07:31 AM and rated this product as
This was our first experience with Mitchell sweets. While the candy is tasty, it arrived in one big giant clump in the bag. It is very difficult to break off a piece to eat. I would not recommend buying these in these form, probably worth it to pay the extra and have them come individually wrapped. The company should consider at least wrapping some "ends" in wrappers before putting them in the discount bag. I don't think I will be ordering this again- too difficult to eat. Sorry you had a bad experience. This is exactly how we have sold this product for 10 years. That is why it is an "Oops" item.
Christina Mellone commented on 22-Oct-2012 10:49 PM and rated this product as
i tried these when i bought some while i was in Colorado and they are amazing i had to have more i ordered some and they were just as good i literately finished a one pound bag in just days i could not stop eating them.
Lyn Ayres commented on 08-Nov-2012 02:45 AM and rated this product as
So very addictive. The flavour lingers in your mouth making you want more.
Will definately get more of this.
Susan D Howcroft commented on 05-Apr-2013 11:54 AM and rated this product as
These marshmallow and caramel beauties were delicious. Just like I remembered them as a child. My dad loved these, and since I couldn't afford the fancy packages ones I tried these end pieces. Just delicious and tasty. Had to cut through the slab with a sharp knife, but it tastes the same. A great treat!!
J. Logan commented on 14-Oct-2013 06:54 PM and rated this product as
I absolutely love these - I used to buy them in the 1960s and 1970s before they became a speciality item and were not too expensive. They are still delicious, no matter what shape they are in! I believe I found the best way to cut them up. Place the package in the freezer. When they are frozen, open the package and cut them into 2 inch squares, using a VERY SHARP knife. Set them on a rack about 1 inch apart. When they are thawed, wrap individually in Saran Wrap or wax paper. Do NOT use foil.
NOTE: They probably won't be perfectly even squares, but close enough to neatly wrap up.