Mochi & Marshmallow

  • Mochi Rice Cakes Mochi Rice Cakes

    Mochi rice cakes are a light, sweet Japanese dessert treat with a soft and chewy texture. Our Mochi is similar to the Mochi used in frozen yogurt shops like PinkBerry, Red Mango, and Yogen Fruz.

    $6.99/lb
  • Marshmallow Bits Marshmallow Bits

    Do you love the dried marshmallow bits found in cereals? Always feel like there is never enough? Problem solved. These delicious treats are perfect to snack on any time or to add to your cereal

    $3.99/lb
  • Mochi Rice Cakes (Rainbow) Mochi Rice Cakes (Rainbow)

    Rainbow mochi rice cakes are a sweet Asian dessert treat in a gorgeous array of colors. Eat them by themselves, or use them as a topping in your ice cream or cereal.

    $6.99/lb
  • White Marshmallow Bits White Marshmallow Bits

    Do you love the dried white marshmallow bits found in cereals? Always feel like there is never enough? Problem solved. These delicious treats are perfect to snack on any time or to add to your cereal.

    $3.99/lb
  • Mochi Rice Cakes (Black Sesame) Mochi Rice Cakes (Black Sesame)

    Black sesame mochi rice cakes are a sweet Asian dessert treat. If you like regular mochi cakes, you will love the black sesame variety.

    $7.99/lb
  • Chocolate Covered Mochi Chocolate Covered Mochi

    Chocolate covered mochi is one of our newest creations. This is a sweet Asian dessert treat enrobed in a generous layer of decadent milk chocolate.

    $8.99/lb

From our family to yours, since 1929

Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“I purchased the one-pound package of marshmallow bits for cocoa and mocha. I could only speculate what one pound looks like, but really had no clue, so I'll tell you. The little mini bits are packaged in a resealable, extremely plump (approx.) 9x12" bag with the unique Nuts.com presentation. Great, fresh product in a fun, quirky bag. All smiles in this house!”

Tina, EL PASO, Texas October 4, 2014