Giant, Softer Lucky Charms Marshmallows Now Exist

And they’re not a limited-time thing or anything.

Green clovers, pink hearts, blue moons, yellow stars … now colorful Lucky Charms marshmallows come in giant size.

Cereal maker General Mills and Jet-Puffed marshmallow parent company Kraft Heinz have teamed up to bring the world bigger, puffier marshmallows in the familiar shapes and colors of those found in Lucky Charms cereals.

Lucky Charms Magically Delicious Marshmallows come in 7-ounce bags and retail for $1.50 a bag, are now hitting the shelves in select locations, and will be available nationwide in September, according to press reports.

Unlike the offerings in other marshmallow-only Lucky Charms promotions, these marshmallows will be a permanent thing – available for more than just a limited time.

“Bigger is better! Get giant Lucky Charms shaped @kraftjetpuffed marshmallows today! #magicallydelicious,” Lucky Charms announced on Instagram.

The marshmallows are fat free. A 15-marshmallow serving clocks in at 100 calories.

"The colorful marshmallows have always been our favorite fluffy part of the Lucky Charms cereal experience," Ashleigh Calderone, Jet-Puffed associate brand manager, told USA Today. "We're thrilled to put our signature Jet-Puffed spin on them to make them even bigger and puffier!"

Lucky Charms marshmallow fans are thrilled, too, social media indicates.

“I’m beyond excited to get giant lucky charm marshmallows,” wrote one Instagrammer.

“Must have,” another chimed in.


The wait is over, Lucky Charms marshmallow fans.

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