Sugary, gooey, and oozing with yummy marshmallow flavors - Treat House's signature crispy rice treats put a decidedly sophisticated spin on a nostalgic childhood sweet.
After a wildly successful bake sale back in October 2011, the Russell family realized they had a very special confection on their hands and a gourmet treat business was born. I was lucky enough to recently sample some of their delicious offerings!
Let's start with the presentation - how adorable are these brightly colored, perfectly portioned, neatly cut 2-inch squares?! I love that the packaging is kept clear and simple to allow the beautiful colors (and edible glitter!) of the squares to really pop.
S'mores, caramel sea salt, chocolate pretzel, coffee cinnamon doughnut...these are just some of the many decadent flavors offered by Treat House (not to mention their seasonal offerings that update throughout the year). Each and every one was fantastic - I really appreciated how these crispy rice treats incorporate the individual flavors in both the base and the marshmallow topping. Also, the garnish on each one not only enhanced the flavor, but added more dimension and visual appeal to the treats.
It's tough to play favorites but if I had to pick just one, my favorite would have to be Birthday Cake. I love the pretty blue topping mixed with colorful sprinkles!
One of the best things about Treat House is that you can customize the top of each treat with your own logo or design. These would be awesome for a wedding, a company retreat, or any kind of theme party (though we're definitely partial to seeing our blog logo so beautifully displayed!).
Treat House has store locations in New York and New Jersey, but you don't have to be a local gal to get in on the sweetness because they offer nationwide shipping! They also have gluten free, dairy free, and nut free packs so there is something for every tastebud and diet.
If you're looking for an artisanal, personalized gift or a crowd-pleasing treat for your next party, give Treat House a try - they will not disappoint!
Treats were provided by Treat House in exchange for an honest review.