Back in 1931, Sifers sweetened up a sticky situation with Valomilks - a delicious mistake born when a candymaker added too much vanilla extract to some marshmallows (not set for success!). This gooey goodness was then packed into one-ounce milk-chocolate cups (the ones usually filled with PB).
The name VALOMILK DIP has quite the story! It's made up of V for real vanilla, ALO for marshmallow, and MILK 'cause it's creamy. Not to mention, it's hand-dipped (aka handmade). Later, it was shortened to Valomilk. The original Valomilk Dips were 2 ounces in one cup. Nowadays, you get two cups in a package so you can share or have one now and one later - plus, you can enjoy without making a mess!