And the best part about Lucky Charms is, of course, the Marshmallows!
So when I saw that Kraft (the same company that makes Jet-Puffed Marshmallows) was making a brand new product of Lucky Charms Marshmallows, I had to get some! Apparently at the end of the rainbow there's a pot full of these Lucky Charms Marshmallows!
These marshmallows are in four fun colors and shapes. The Lucky Charms cereal was originally created in 1964 and the marshmallows have gone through plenty of changes. Originally just 4 marshmallows, now each bowl contains 8 unique marshmallows.
There's lots of versions of the jingle, but the one I remember is from ~1994 with "Hearts, Stars, and Horseshoes, Clovers, and Blue Moons, Pots of Gold, and Rainbows, and Tasty Red Balloons!"
Here's how the marshmallows match up to their cereal marshmallow counterparts.
Lucky! Those charms are for the kids!
Let's eat up! First the kids wanted to taste the cereal marshmallows.
The kids did go pick out special clothes just for this. Alli is wearing her rainbow shirt and she's found a marshmallow that is a match!
Alli pulled out all the different marshmallows she could find.
Our bowl didn't have too many rainbows or horseshoes, so they're missing here. The kids ate them all!
Frosted Lucky Charms. They're magically delicious!
Alli was constantly giving Lucky, aka Sir Charms or L.C. Leprechaun, tastes of the cereal.
So my big question was going to be, will these taste like Lucky Charms cereal marshmallows, or will they taste like regular Jet-Puffed marshmallows? I had a pretty good idea which one it would be.
And I was right. There's no special flavors to these marshmallows. It's a normal marshmallow flavor. The freeze-dried cereal marshmallows are my favorite between the two.
But the kids enjoyed both the cereal marshmallows and the new Lucky Charms Marshmallows. No matter the form, they're still Magically Delicious!