Bauer's Modjeskas

Modjeskas: Legendary Caramel Covered Marshmallows
Bauer's Modjeskas
Perfection is hard to come by. Bauer Modjeskas are that in a caramel covered marshmallow form. I eat them by them themselves but they are versatile and great in smore's, on top of hot chocolate, and in rice crispy treats too.
David Ariel - The Al Roker of Food

The Bauer family of Louisville, Kentucky are the originators of these renowned caramels. Originally named, “Caramel Biscuit”, Modjeskas are a soft and delicious confection of creamy marshmallow center hand dipped into a rich homemade caramel.

They were invented in 1889 and passed down in the Bauer family from generation to generation. Until Anna Bauer Satterwhite, the business had been passed down only to the Bauer sons. Under Anna’s stewardship, Modjeskas are still made the old fashioned way with heavy, pure and locally sourced ingredients.

Bauer's Modjeskas

Modjeskas: Legendary Caramel Covered Marshmallows

The Bauer family of Louisville, Kentucky are the originators of these renowned caramels. Originally named, “Caramel Biscuit”, Modjeskas are a soft and delicious confection of creamy marshmallow center hand dipped into a rich homemade caramel.

They were invented in 1889 and passed down in the Bauer family from generation to generation. Until Anna Bauer Satterwhite, the business had been passed down only to the Bauer sons. Under Anna’s stewardship, Modjeskas are still made the old fashioned way with heavy, pure and locally sourced ingredients.