Favorite "cup" candy

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Saint Matt
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Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 12:47 AM
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What's your favorite cup candy(such as Reese's)? I loved the recent Reese'e "Big Cups" limited edition candy. A peanut butter cup with like, triple the peanut butter! I hope they make those again.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 1:12 AM
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http://www.valomilk.com/
I grew up with 'em. I still love them, but I can't find them in Oregon.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 1:48 AM
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I was always a Mallow-Cup guy. Odd, because I'm really not fond of either marshmallow or chocolate.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 6:11 AM
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REESES of course.. is there any other???
like the white chocolate ones too.. and the inside out ones are pretty good too. :)

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 6:17 AM
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Another vote for inside-out Reeses'. I will admit to a certain curiosity in regards to those Valomilks.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 3:42 PM
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Reese's miniatures, the ones that come in the family-size bag. They have a better chocolate:peanut butter ratio than the regular ones.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 03/1/05 10:13 PM
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Smoothies and Reese cups, hands down.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Wed, 03/2/05 7:34 PM
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I've tried and liked the Newman's Own Mint Cups. Really quite good.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Wed, 03/2/05 8:52 PM
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You can now vote for either chocolate or peanut butter!

Check it out:

www.hersheys.com/reeses/promotions/limited-edition/

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Wed, 03/2/05 8:58 PM
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Cool! Reese's is bringing back "Big Cup" this month! Has anyone tried the Reese's Fudge cup?

Ckeck it out:

http://www.hersheys.com/products/details/reesespeanutbuttercups.asp

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 03/3/05 12:10 AM
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Reese's original, plain and simple for me. I think I remember a version that was called chunky or crunchy something, it was the same as the original but had larger bits of chopped peanut in the peanut butter and I think even in the chocolate?

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 03/3/05 2:08 AM
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As a matter of fact, I was at CVS yesterday, and the candy display at the register did suck my hand into the Reeses section. But I had to notice that it seemed that the cup has become...well...so to say...um...something in the "B" size.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Fri, 03/4/05 4:26 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by sweetgherkin

I think I remember a version that was called chunky or crunchy something, it was the same as the original but had larger bits of chopped peanut in the peanut butter and I think even in the chocolate?


Yes, that was called "Crunchy." Does anyone remember the name of the Reese's cup that had a chocolate cookie inside it?

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Sat, 03/26/05 12:46 AM
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mmmmmm Mallow Cup

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Sat, 03/26/05 12:53 AM
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They seem to have a new thing out. A cookie topped with peanut butter, covered with chocolate. Just not the same.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Fri, 04/29/05 10:59 AM
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COME ON,...does only One person on this thread rememnber Boyer Smoothies???? Smooth peanutbutter like candyon the outside, with "crunchy" soft peanutbutter on the inside. YUM YUM YUM. Plus, every Boyer candy bar came with printed coin cards in each pack. WWHHHOOOAAAHHH was the rare day when I would get a 25 or 50 coin. Save 'em up and send 'em in for cheap trinkets from Boyer.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Fri, 04/29/05 11:33 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by jerseygirl127

REESES of course.. is there any other???
like the white chocolate ones too.. and the inside out ones are pretty good too. :)

Does the peanut butter of the inside-out ones taste different to you than the peanut butter in the regular ones? I think so - like the originals better.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Fri, 04/29/05 11:37 AM
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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.

Bill- you can order them from here:
http://www.hometownfavorites.com/shop/candy_cat_js.asp?search=valomilk#

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Mon, 05/2/05 4:31 PM
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I heart Reese cups...pretty much because I've never tried anything else. I'd love to find Valomilk, though.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 05/10/05 5:48 AM
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Anybody here ever have a Cup Of Gold? There a chocolate marshmallow cup thing, and I was wondering how they compare to Valomilk (which I've never had.)

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 05/31/05 4:17 PM
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Love the Smoothies! I used to be able to get them at the local candy store along with Mallo Cups as a kid. I also love the gooiness of Valomilks. They're so messy, I feel like I'm doing something bad. If you're looking for Valomilks, Skybars, and Goo-Goo Clusters, go to the Cracker Barrel restaurant gift shops. I've seen them in Cracker Barrels all over the U.S. Another place (altough odd) is Bed, Bath & Beyond. Yes, thats right. I went into the one on 6th Avenue in NYC (around 17th and 18th Streets) and its was like a movie concession stand without the markup. They had huge boxes of Goo-Goo Clusters at the front of the store. Yes Virginia, there is a Santa, and his name is Bed, Bath & Beyond!! I'm guessing other branches do the same.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Tue, 07/5/05 4:50 PM
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Resses Peanut Butter Cups.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Wed, 12/20/06 6:11 PM
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There's something very inviting about candy cups. I just enjoy biting into them. Fortunately, it looks like the Reese's Big Cups are here to stay.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 7:17 AM
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Hello All,
Am a Mallo-Cup lover. We have a Mallo-Cup Club at work, where members of
our secret society smuggle in and share Mallo-Cups when work gets stressful
and we need a pick-me-up.
Take Care,
Fieldthistle

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 7:30 AM
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Frozen Reese's maybe better than regular Reese's, especially in Summer.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 8:28 AM
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As a Reeses lover from way back, they have to be fresh. What is worse than getting one left over from Halloween two years ago and finding that chalky, dried out peanut dust patty inside? I also like Mallo-cups, but we don't see them in stores in this part of the country.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 9:17 AM
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I had a co-worker for a while who made absolutely amazing dark chocolate peanut butter cups. She brought them in to work for the holiday potluck a couple of times, and they were a big hit.

Dan B,
who thinks the Reese's white chocolate cups are just awful

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 10:10 AM
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Mallo cups are my favorite, but I like the mini Reeses cups frozen...

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 1:58 PM
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OOOOhhhhh...Smoothies, hands down! I love these things, and only once in awhile find them at a gas station or convenience store.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 2:01 PM
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Mallow Cup! Kind of tough to find in Minneapolis, so it's a treat when we do find them. Our gas station down the street as just started carrying them.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Thu, 12/21/06 2:54 PM
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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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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Fri, 12/22/06 5:54 AM
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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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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Sun, 07/27/08 8:48 PM
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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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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Sun, 07/27/08 9:05 PM
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Reese's Big Cups are tight.
BTW if you have a Cracker Barrell in your area they should have Valomilks.

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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Sun, 07/27/08 10:38 PM
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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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RE: Favorite "cup" candy - Wed, 07/30/08 10:50 AM
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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.