Paleta Payaso by Ricolini

Paleta Payaso by Ricolini

Country of Origin: Mexico

Ingredients: Sugar, corn syrup, water, hydrogenated palm oil, cocoa, whey, maltodextrin, nonfat milk, lactose, butterfat, soy lecithin, gelatin, sorbitol, corn starch, soy protein, less than 1% strawberry and apple reconstituted juice, citric acid, artificial flavor, preservatives (potassium sorbate, sorbic acid), iodized salt, sodium bicarbonate, citric pectin, sodium citrate, artificial colors (red 40, blue 1). Contains traces of yellow 5

Allergy Info: Contains milk and soy lecithin

Paleta Payaso is a marshmallow stick covered with a layer of chocolate. Payaso means “Clown” in spanish, and as befitting it’s name, the wrapper of the Payaso Pop features the image of a child in a cute clown costume. Beneath the packaging, the stick itself features gummy drops on top its chocolate coating, that are made to resemble eyes and a mouth. The Payaso pop was first introduced in 1972 and at the time of it’s initial introduction, its filling was made up of corn flakes instead of Marshmallow

Post Card: Paleta Payasos are giant Marshmallow lollipops coated in chocolate. The motto of this treat is “Face of Fun” ("La Cara de la Diversión”.) Introduced in 1972, it was initially made with corn flakes and coated in chocolate

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