Too bad you can't actually eat these underwater. That would really complete the theme.
A marshmallow, toothpicks, edible ink, a little candy and a hollow plastic Easter egg. Perfect! I'd much rather see a sweet little edible chick in an egg as opposed to the half dollars of my youth. I imagine I'd be able to get these without the accompanying WWII stories as well. Love you Uncle Ray, but a seven year old doesn't need to know about the South Pacific Theater.
Everyone knows that the marshmallows are far superior to the actual "cereal" in Lucky Charms. This bowl of sugary, crunchy goodness would be well worth the work of picking all the healthy bits out. And I bet the milk will turn a really festive shade of lavender to top it all off.
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Tired of the endless parade of latkes and sufganiyot? It would be nice to have something that isn't fried for a change, These festive marshmallows are seasonally appropriate and a sweet respite from a diet of miracle oils. Of course they're still solid sugar, no one said the holidays needed to be healthy!