Last Updated on March 31, 2022 by Jim Edwards
What Is Bubulubu?
A candy that stands out from the typical spiciness found in Mexican confections is the Bubulubu (sometimes referred to as “Mini Bubulu”)—a chocolate candy with triple flavors in one bar! The soft, sweet goodness melts in your mouth, overwhelming the tastebuds with strawberry, chocolate, and marshmallow flavors. Mini Bubulubu is a candy bar with a soft chocolate casing, enclosing a delightful combo of strawberry and marshmallow.
One of our loyal readers (Ian R) asked us to write up this candy – it’s one of his favorite treats. He loves to put them in the freezer and eat them frozen. We agree but be careful you don’t bite hard a break a tooth!
History of Bubulubu
Bubulubu is a famous Mexican candy brand manufactured by Barcel. It is under the control of Grupo Bimbo Company, which was founded in 1945. They are a multinational group of bakeries that spread happiness with unique confectionaries and other baked goods in Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico, and the USA.
Bubulubu: Triple Spectacular Taste
Mini Bubulubu is not only deliciously sweet but also one of a kind with its three flavors. Some candy companies make excellent sweets with chocolate-strawberry or chocolate-marshmallow, but combining the three flavors with an accurate blend is genuinely remarkable.
As you bite into the dark chocolate cover that hides the strawberry-flavored jelly and marshmallow, your tastebuds will get flooded by the delightful taste. You will experience the sweet goodness of chocolate, the stretchy texture of jelly, and the sponginess of the marshmallow, one after the other.
With an out-of-the-world experience like this one, you can buy a 25 piece package and splurge on it as a small snack whenever you like.
Ingredients of Bubulubu Candy Bar
Three types of flavors make up the delicious Mini Bubulubu bar that we enjoy: jelly (strawberry), chocolate, and marshmallow.
- Corn syrup
- Citric pectin
- Citric acid
- Sodium citrate
- Artificial colorings fd&c; red#40
- Corn syrup
- Soy protein (emulsifier)
- Artificial flavoring
Chocolate Coating Ingredients
- Hydrogenated palm oil
- Cocoa powder
- Skim milk substitute (whey powder milk, lactose, corn syrup, maltodextrin, dipotassium phosphate, sodium citrate, artificial flavoring)
- Soy lecithin
- Sorbic acid as preservative
- Sodium bicarbonate
- Artificial flavoring
Nutritional Value and Calorie Count
- Serving Size: 20g
- Calories: 70
- Sodium: 5mg
- Total Fat:5g or 2%
- Saturated Fat: 5g or 8%
- Potassium: 0mg
- Total Carbohydrates:15g or 5%
- Vitamin A:0%
- Vitamin B:0%
- Vitamin C:0%
Nabisco Mallomars, Ellis Creamy White Pecans & Ricolino Bubulubu Review
This is a taste test/review of Nabisco Mallomars, Ellis Creamy White Pecans, and Ricolino Bubulubu candy. If you haven’t tried these before, watch the video to find out what these flavorful candies taste like!
Summary of the Bubulu Candy Bar
Wondering if you are too old for this chocolate bar? Chocolate does not have an age limit, and Mini Bubulubu certainly isn’t meant for a particular age group. So, treat yourself to this fantastic chocolate bar and get addicted for life! You can find this candy in any local candy store or online store.
Bubulubu – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How many calories are in a mini Bubulubu?
Mini Bubulubu bars are small chocolate bars that come in a serving size of 20g per piece. There are 25 pieces in one packet, and each piece contains 70 calories. If you look at the per piece calorie count, it is not much, but if you devour the whole packet (which you are most likely to do!), that would be an entirely different calorie count!
Is Bubu Lubu gluten-free?
Bubulubu chocolate candy bars are not gluten-free. The three flavors in this chocolate bar are chocolate, strawberry-flavored jelly, and marshmallow. The ingredients used to produce these flavors can’t be consumed by someone looking a gluten-free candy.
What’s in a Bubulubu?
Mini Bubulubu is a famous Mexican candy brand with a chocolate coating covering the marshmallow and strawberry filling. The three flavors are blended perfectly well together, which has made Bubulubu so popular worldwide.
Who invented Bubulubu?
The chocolate-coated candy bar is manufactured by Barcel, a company that works under the Grupo Bimbo Company. It is based in the United States of America. Bubulubu candy bar proudly displays the name of a famous candy brand, ‘Ricolina,’ a property of the Grupo Bimbo.
Where is Bubu LUBU made?
Under the trademark of Ricolina, Barcel manufactures the delicious Mini Bubululu candies in the heart of Texas. Barcel produces many famous Mexican candy brands, including Ricolina’s Duvalin, Panditas, Bocadin, and Vero’s PicaFresa, Rellerindos, and Takis.
Does Bubulubu have gelatin?
Yes, the Bubulubu candy bar has gelatin. Among the three flavors that made this trifecta chocolate bar famous, one is marshmallow. The flavor is created using gelatin, corn syrup, sugar, pectin citric acid, sodium citrate, stabilizer, artificial flavors, and colors.
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“bubu lubu interior” by K. B. R. is marked with CC BY-ND 2.0.
I’m Jim Edwards and I started this website to share my love of Junk Food. We cover new junk food, desserts, snack foods, fast food secret menus, candy (of course!) and other related news. We love trying “secret menus” at restaurants. And we love trying new products too. So, we are trying to have some fun with our hobby and share some useful information with you, our community. Please feel to send us your suggestions and feedback through the contact form. And if you have products you would like us to try, let us know…!