Mallo Cups are milk chocolate cups with a whipped creamy center and a sprinkle of coconut. There are 2 cups per package in the standard size. Yes, they still come with the coupons and you can still redeem them (see below).
In Altoona, PA, is a confectionery company, Boyer Brothers, Inc. that manufacturers cups - actually cup candies. Cup candies consist of various soft centers and coatings molded directly into crinkled glassine paper cups. [more below]
Founded in 1936, Boyer Brothers specializes in producing candy bar items that come in cup form. One of their best selling is the Mallo Cup, milk chocolate coating containing coconut, with a whipped marshmallow cream center.
Another cup, Fluffernutter, is a combination of marshmallow and peanut butter covered with milk chocolate. Peanut Butter Cup has a peanut-butter center covered with milk chocolate. S'Mores combine graham cracker, marshmallow, and chocolate.
Other Boyer cup products are Bunch o' Nuts, Milk 'n Cookies, Smoothie and Minty Mallo. Smoothie has a center of peanut butter and is coated with butterscotch. Minty Mallo has mint-flavored marshmallow cream center covered with dark chocolate.
Today only Mallo Cups, Smoothies and Peanut Butter cups are still made by the Boyer Brothers company. Boyer is still redeeming the coupons. You can get a catalog and order form at their website.
Mallo Cups Memories
I was never a big candy person as a child strangely enough. That changed one evening at dinner when I wouldn't eat, yep, you got it, asparagus. Ack! I was about 9 years old and my mom, lucky for me, wasn't too harsh in making us eat stuff we didn't want. Also, not one to be big on cooking dessert after "slaving over a hot stove", my mom would usually let us roam the cabinet or refrigerator for what ever would rot our teeth.
That evening after dinner she was enjoying her favorite candy, a Mallo Cup. My mom was crazy over Mallo Cups, but I always turned my head. That night she was kind of joking around with me and told me that she would make me eat an entire serving of asparagus if I didn't try just one teeny-tiny bite of her ooey-gooey Mallo Cup.
What is a 9 year old to choose? Thinking she may really do it, I did give in. It's been 12 years since I was "forced" to try that Mallo Cup and I have been absolutely HOOKED on them ever since. It's my favorite things in one now, chocolate, coconut and marshmallow whip. Yummmm! Unfortunately, my mom decided she would get my one year-old son hooked also. As soon as he sees the yellow wrapper and red logo he knows what it is and comes running like a begging puppy. I'm lucky to get two bites of it! Little did my mom know, that she would start a new family tradition. ~ Jennifer from South Carolina