Way too much flour - ugh!
These used to be nice but are covered in a ridiculous amount of cornflour. It tastes gross (like eating flour - because you are actually eating flour). It makes an enormous mess on your hands, clothes, table... everywhere. Don’t buy them for kids unless you are prepared to clean everything they go near. So surprised these make it through quality control.
WHY is there soooo much cornflour?
I am 60 and have been eating Pascall Marshmallows all my life and they have been delicious, so WHY have you changed them now to coat them in such a thick coating of cornflour? Obviously it's to stop them sticking together but they never used to stick together until recently so what did you do to the recipe that changed them?
Not a fan of the texture, but the taste is good!
I do like the flavour of the marshmallows themselves, however the amount of cornflour(?) coating these things make them rather difficult to enjoy. The dry powdery texture on the outside gives me goosebumps every time I eat them, a similar sensation to nails on a chalkboard.
When you are either making a hot chocolate at home on a cold and wintery night, or, when you have finished cooking all of your meat at a BBQ, or, simply hanging out with your friends, using these marshmallow just adds more fun and taste to it. I love them!
Great taste and texture
Should come in smaller sizes for hot chocolates
Going on a camp? You definitely need Pascall Marshmellows. Drinking hot chocolate? Definitely need some marshmellows too! I absolutely love these marshmellows. I always have them around the camp fire and they melt very nicely and taste amazing! During winter I also pop one or two marshmellows in my hot chocolate too and it tastes just divine!
Melts easily. Affordable. They are extremely yummy
Sometimes when I have too much I would begin to feel sick..
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