I checked out their website and was happy to see that Sun Cups do not contain gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, corn or soy and they are made in a nut- free, gluten-free facility. Alright- already off to a good start. After a closer look, I realized that they do contain dairy (sad, frowny face again for my son). But, there is always an upside- I can try them...by myself...and enjoy them without grabbing hands. Does this make me a bad mother because I am eating these things in front of my child? (slowly putting Sun Cups up sleeve and silently leaving the room to rip open the package).
|Stairway to Heaven!|
My next sampling I decided to share (secretly) with my daughter was the Milk Chocolate Caramel Cups. They were smooth, gooey and they reminded me very much of a Twix bar without the cookie part. And the silly thing was that for some odd reason, I was surprised when I bit into it and it was just chocolate and caramel. For some reason, I expected Sunflower Butter with the caramel (I know, weird combo) but both of us were very happy with them. We were licking our fingers clean.