Fulfill your childhood dreams with bags of Lucky Charms-style marshmallows

Aug 1, 2016 at 11:39 a.m. ET

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.

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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.

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But you don't just have to eat them from the bowl. Here's what else you could do with the marshmallow bits.

  • Put some in your hot chocolate
  • Jazz up a cup of coffee with a spoonful (or handful)
  • Add them to Rice Krispies treats
  • Create mad cereal hybrids by adding them to your Cocoa Puffs or fiber nuggets
  • Top cupcakes with them

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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