Mallow Cup Recipe

by Denise

I have been searching for quite some time for as close to a Mallow Cup Recipe as I can find with no luck!!! Anyone out there have the recipe for Mallow Cups???

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Jan 29, 2015
Mello Cup NEW
by: BJ Roys

I did a little experimenting and came up with something delicious just like the mello cup! I just dipped the large marshmallows in melted chocolate chips then refrigerated. They were so creaming on the inside and delicious...

Feb 18, 2014
For making the mallow or Reese cups NEW
by: MoezartCreations

You can use paper cups once the chocolate is harden the paper peels easily. And if you put your chocolate into either a ziplock or a candy making bag and then emerse into the hot water the chocolate will melt and all you need to do is snip off a small portion of the corner. The same can be done with either the mallow filling or the Reese filling where as you can mix ingredients in the bags./

Mar 03, 2013
Butterscotch Mallow Cups NEW
by: Angie from

I guess the quick and easy way to make Butterscotch Mallow Cups would be to just use the butterscotch flavored chips in place of the chocolate chips in the recipe above.

The rest of the procedure would be the same. :)

Mar 03, 2013
Butterscotch mello cups NEW
by: Mrs. Stroud

How do you make the butterscotch ones? Ive tried them and like them. Im not a cook, so help me.

Feb 09, 2013
"Different Flavor" NEW
by: MaryJane

What about using Butterscotch. I have seen Mallo bars that were butterscotch. I would like to make them. I did not know that coconut was part of the mallow bar.

Jan 28, 2011
Mallo cups
by: Anonymous

You could add the coconut to the fluff but then it wouldn't be a mallo cup. True mallo cups have the coconut in the top chocolate not on the filling

Apr 11, 2010
Mallo cup recipe
by: Diane

I have never made this but it sounds pretty close from what I recall as a child. The only things I would change would be to add the toasted coconut to the marshmallow creme not the chocolate & buy fluff for the creme center.

Also, you can order them at

Recipe: Homemade Mallo Cups

Melt 12 oz. semi-sweet or milk chocolate (your preference) , either chips or chopped up, in top of double-boiler or in a glass or stainless steel bowl set over a pot of simmering (not boiling) water. Don't let a drop of water into the chocolate or it will sieze up. Stir about 1/2 cup finely chopped toasted coconut into the melted chocolate. Lower heat under pot of water to very low to keep chocolate melted. Stir often. Using a small spoon, line bottom and half-way up sides of aluminum cupcake liners with a thin layer of chocolate mixture. (Remember to leave about 1/3 of mixture for tops of candy cups.) Chill to set.

You can make your own marshmallow creme or fluff, but it would have to be kept refrigerated because of the egg whites. Spoon or pipe marshmallow creme into chocolate cups, leaving 1/8 to 1/4 inch of chocolate showing on sides. Fill to top edge of chocolate with the remaining melted choco-coconut mixture, spreading to seal. Chill to set. The aluminum liners should peel right off, not sure the paper ones would. This will probably make about 10-12 candy cups, so a 7-oz. jar of marshmallow creme should be enough.


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