Perfect for roasting, toasting,
baking, and snacking.
Your favorite flavors,
now in a marshmallow!
Cookies N Cream Krispies
Air Fryer S'mores
Our Classic Milk Chocolate Stuffed Puffs® products do not have any ingredients containing gluten. However, some of our new products, such as Cookies & Creme and S'mores Stuffed Puffs, do have ingredients containing gluten.
While we do our utmost to minimize cross-contamination, the marshmallow-making process is designed in such a way that we cannot guarantee that there is none.
Simply put, our OG Stuffed Puffs® are delicious, fluffy vanilla marshmallows filled with real milk chocolate. We are so much more than just a filled marshmallow though.
At Stuffed Puffs® we believe that Life’s More Fun Filled™, and we mean that quite literally. By taking your traditional marshmallow, flipping it on its head by stuffing and covering them with chocolate, cookie crumbles, sprinkles, and more, we’re here to show the world that not all marshmallows are created equal.
We’ll fill your s’mores with the perfect amount of delicious chocolate that melts from the inside out (adios milk chocolate bars!) and your days with fun-filled family memories.
Not only are we perfect for roasting and toasting but Stuffed Puffs are also great for baking and snacking on right out of the bag.
Like most modern marshmallows, Stuffed Puffs® marshmallows don’t contain any actual marshmallow root.
The mallow plant (Althaea officinalis) is a finicky herb with a slightly earthy flavor, making it a rare choice for use in modern candy.
Ancient Egyptians made candy by combining marshmallow root with nuts and honey, and in the 1800s French candy stores painstakingly hand-whipped sap from the mallow root into the first version of the chewy marshmallow candies we know today.
But making marshmallows out of marshmallow root was so tricky and time-consuming that candy makers had already shifted to a new marshmallow recipe method by the late 1800s.
That method—which involves heating and whipping sugar syrups, then adding gelatin and flavors like vanilla extract—is still used to make the marshmallows we know and love today.