And the best part is that in spite of the copious amounts of butter and sugar via marshmallows, one could maybe sort of justify it as a more healthy snack than your average buttery sugary snack since it boasts puffed versions of the ancient (and therefore good for you, right?) grains kamut and millet...wow, I can feel my cholesterol dropping even as I write this. And the carmelized maple-y apple thing really puts it to another level.
The real key is that they are definitely not One Note Nancys (apologies to my many friends named Nancy.) The different grains (and kettle corn) create different texture and the caramelized maple syrup/apple cider/marshmallow glaze ain't half bad. Puffed Kamut and Puffed Millet can be found at Whole Foods, or more cheaply at Sprouts Market.
And speaking of Sprouts Market, word is that it will be opening in Westwood on May 1st. That means I can walk to purchase their amazing dark chocolate covered honeycomb. Good thing it is a very long walk.