When I was a kid, breakfast on the weekends meant one thing: rooting through a big bowl of Lucky Charms trying to separate the boring cereal bits from the marshmallows.
Sadly, my should-have-been-patented technique (which I'm still keeping secret) has been rendered irrelevant, because Medley Hills Farms is officially selling cereal charm marshmallows in a 1- or 1-1/2-pound bag, for $12 to $16.
No longer will I have to slog through mouthfuls of mushy cereal for the big payoff. As an adult, I get to do whatever I want (well, when it doesn't involve work, bills, jury duty and the like), and having a big bowl of cereal marshmallows for breakfast would basically fulfill all my childhood dreams.
But you don't just have to eat them from the bowl. Here's what else you could do with the marshmallow bits.
The possibilities are basically endless.
The price tag may seem a little steep, but when it comes to making your childhood dreams come true, there's no cost too high. A pound and a half of cereal marshmallows? $16. Fulfilling your ultimate breakfast fantasy? Priceless.
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