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syrup

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy Thu, 12/21/06 2:54 PM (permalink)
I'm curious about the card that inside Mallow Cups. It seems one equals ten points, and if you get five hundred points you can send them in for some kind of prize. I'm not one hundred percent sure how it works
 
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    Fieldthistle

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    RE: Favorite "cup" candy Fri, 12/22/06 5:54 AM (permalink)
    Hello All,
    Syrup, I'm not sure they still do it, but at one time you sent
    in the 500 points and they send you a box of of Mallo Cups.
    When I was a kid we saved them and send them in all the time.
    Take Care,
    Fieldthistle
     
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      cavandre

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      RE: Favorite "cup" candy Sun, 07/27/08 8:48 PM (permalink)
      I just had a sleeve of Newman's Own Peanut Butter Cups. If you want to continue to really enjoy Reese's, stay away from these things. The chocolate is creamier & less gritty than Reese's & the filling tastes like peanut butter, not something that used to be peanut butter.
       
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        octopus

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        RE: Favorite "cup" candy Sun, 07/27/08 9:05 PM (permalink)
        Reese's Big Cups are tight.
        BTW if you have a Cracker Barrell in your area they should have Valomilks.
         
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          zeebaneighba

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          RE: Favorite "cup" candy Sun, 07/27/08 10:38 PM (permalink)
          Complete addiction to Reese's, but I also like the miniature chocolate peanut butter cups under the Sam's Choice brand (and interestingly, the Walgreen's brand.) Those have quite good milk chocolate and a creamy peanut butter filling. I really do like the unique peanut butter crumbly filling of Reese's, though.

          And I also like to make my own. Peanut butter and chocolate...oh my, thumbs up!
           
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            cavandre

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            RE: Favorite "cup" candy Wed, 07/30/08 10:50 AM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by bill voss

            http://www.valomilk.com/
            I grew up with 'em. I still love them, but I can't find them in Oregon.


            The Vermont Country Store ships them in the winter months.
             
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