Rice Krispie treats. Ice cream. Popcorn balls. Cereal. Sweet potatoes. Hot chocolate.
Honestly, name one thing that marshmallows don’t make better. Eating dry Lucky Charms® cereal, I’m in heaven. That tiny little leprechaun tricked me into eating the vitamin-packed cereal part by offering up tiny bits of heaven in the shape of rainbows and pots of gold. (Please, don’t e-mail to say that this would be a good Blizzard® flavor. People tell us that all the time, we’ve tried it, it’s not. I promise.)
I love marshmallows.
Did you know that marshmallows actually started out in ancient Egypt as a medicinal candy used to soothe the throats of children? I didn’t either, I Googled it. I would have faked sick a lot more growing up if my medicine was marshmallows!
One of my all-time favorite DQ® treats is a sundae with cocoa fudge and marshmallow toppings. However, I’ve recently branched out and tried marshmallow and peanut butter, marshmallow and strawberry, and even marshmallow and mint, which I very much do NOT recommend you try. The mere thought of eating that one nearly makes me lose my Lucky Charms.
When is the last time you branched out?