Munch on the crunchiness, powder down to sprinkle onto cakes, yoghurt, ice cream or flavour your milk, the marshmallow crunch is so versatile just let your imagination guide you! 

Strawberry Crunch Marshmallows are a sweet strawberry ice-cream flavour! Just like the marshmallows they are an absolute delightful flavour that is a real strawberry goodness, that will be a great accompaniment to ice cream or cakes!!

Marshmallow Crunch is a hard marshmallow that is reminiscent of a honeycomb or inside of a clinkers texture. It is a different way to enjoy marshmallows and is the perfect treat for the person who does not like the soft marshmallow texture. 

Marshmallow Crunch has all the taste of marshmallows with a difference!!

Our marshmallow crunch takes a lot longer to make than our soft marshmallow but if you can see it is in stock on the website than you are good to order, crossing fingers we haven't made a human error. If it is out of stock just wait patiently or send us a message and we will have some up for sale again in no time. 

The ingredients are the same as our strawberry marshmallows!

Ingredients:

  • Sugar Syrup Mixture – Sugar 
  • Glucose syrup and water
  • Gelatine - Halal
  • Tapioca Starch
  • Icing Sugar
  • Cream of Tartar
  • Strawberry Flavouring with colouring 

 

All marshmallow tins are sprayed with a rice bran oil/canola oil. 

Our crunchy marshmallows come in 65g bags. 

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg Free  

Marshmallow crunch colours and size may vary due to the uniqueness of being a handmade product. 

(Although every effort and care is made to ensure there is no contamination the marshmallows are made in a home kitchen that handles different ingredients.) 


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