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Candy Review: Giant Size Mallow Burger

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Mallow Burger

Well, here’s a dollar store find that I just couldn’t pass up, The Giant Size Mallow Burger. Weighing in at an impressive 4.23 ounces, the Mallow Burger almost has the heft of a real hamburger, when you pick the package up it feels impossibly heavy, especially for something made of marshmallow. This 1/4 pound hamburger, complete with marshmallow cheese and icing sesame seeds, stacks up to nearly 3 inches.

But how’s it taste? Well, not really all that much like marshmallows, to my surprise. While it has the consistency of a giant marshmallow that somehow made it passed quality control, the taste is more reminiscent of a gummi candy. Overall, it wasn’t bad, though it is almost sickly sweet, and there is a lot to eat, so I can’t imagine someone eating the entire burger in one sitting. Never mind the fact that it clocks in with an impressive 412 calories (nearly 20% of your daily allowance) and 97 grams of Carbohydrates (32%).

If you’re a really big fan of marshmallows, gummies, or things comically shaped like hamburgers, pick one up. Mine only ran me .59 cents. And if you’re wondering, yes, I ate it in the fashion I eat a regular hamburger … around the edges once, then flipped over, and around the edges again.

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15 Responses to “Candy Review: Giant Size Mallow Burger”

  1. 1 » Blog Archive » May 1st news says:

    [...] my first review: Giant Size Mallow Burger [...]

  2. 2
    Idiot World says:

    Giant Marshmallow burger

  3. 3
    Sherry says:

    We found one of those burgers for my boyfriends daughter at Dylan’s Candy Bar in the Galleria in Houston. I’m pretty sure it’s the same burger.

  4. 4 » Blog Archive » Candy Addict articles - May 1st through May 14th 2006 says:

    [...] 5/1/2006: Review: Giant Size Mallow Burger [...]

  5. 5
    Louise says:

    I love marshmallow burgers! yum yum

  6. 6
    Louise says:

    What a marshmallow burger it is amazing!
    It isn’t as good as bargin chocolate such as a freddo though!
    From the marshmallow burger bummer!

  7. 7
    Edgar says:

    The mallow burger should be savoured like a fine wine. I never go a day without one. However, i think that it should be known that it doesnt toast as well as its fellow mallow confectionary. Overall, i was genuinely satisfied by its sumptously fulfilling exterior and soft interior. I would also like to mention the price. For me, as a grubby student, £1.50 for this paticular item of sweetie is particularly steep.
    I hear some contemporary playwrights in the north of England, are planning on mentioning the mallow burger in their latest production “Road to the River.” It is this publicity that can only do good to the humble mallow burger’s reputation.

  8. 8
    Hubert says:

    I would merely like to comment on Edgar’s post. I was with him at the time of the consumption of said ‘mallow burger’. After the ‘mallow burger’ was toasted of a roaring campfire I felt it compulsory to eat it since no one present at the time would. I must say I found the mallow burger a sweet and bountiful treat abundant with flavors the likes of which I have never tasted before. I particularly enjoyed the tough and exceptionally sweet connection of sugar between the mallow. Toasted the ‘mallow burger’ is a real treat and I would highly recommend it to anyone who was willing to eat a snack that is that harmful to one’s health.
    My deepest apologies to anyone that has suffered bad heath due to the mallow burger.

  9. 9
    ben hensel says:

    They are not good at all…they have to be the grosest thing I have EVER eatin}hey look really col but taste realy really bad!!!

  10. 10
    Mr.Mallow says:

    Hello there. My name is Mr.Mallow. I have been growing mallow for 50 years now and I must say I’m sick of it. I began to hate mallow about 25 years ago. However my love of Mallow has been rekindled by this burger. Keep eating Mallow kids, not matter how many mallow plants and cow bones there are in each bite.

  11. 11
    Candyman says:


    Who spams a candy website?! The only reason I’m here is to tell you to stop!

    That point aside, i actually agree with ‘Hubert’ and ‘Edgar’. The mallow burger rocks harder than…a rock…

  12. 12
    Zpothu says:

    this is the worst thing that was ever my misfortune to let eat. the only way this is the all american fun burger is if you have fun giving em to people you hate

  13. 13
    Wal Martized says:

    Just ate one riddled with bits of hard plastic. Serves me right for buying something “Made in China” — if they are willing to poison their own people I guess they have no problem dosing Wal Mart (where I purchased) customers of Kandy Kastle, Inc. of 9285 Chesapeake Drive, San Diego, CA 92123. Yuck! How sad, I love these things other than the plasic bits!

  14. 14
    Edgar says:


    since my original post, I have contracted serious mallow disease, whereby I cannot go a day without succulent Mallow. It now has to be injected directly into my eye. Tasty but painful. That’s the way I roll.

    You better remember it, if you don’t want to get on the wrong side of me, Edgar, king of confectionary.

    I now live in Switzerland for tax reasons. Also, the Mallow police are after me, they want my soul, i’m sure of it. However I will be making an appearance at this years big mallow festival. This will be a treat for all who like mob mentality and crushing things which aren’t mallow.

    Get in touch if you’re interested in your free prommotional mallowburger material.

    Happy eating.

  15. 15
    Chocolicious says:

    this is just too much marshmallow for me!
    Not to mention the picture of it at looks revolting! (the patty looks like a brown thing in a slimy, clear membrane….EWWW! But I wonder how these would taste after being roasted over a bonfire pit….

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