Who remembers eating just the marshmallows first in your bowl of Lucky Charms when you were a kid? If your kids do the same thing, they’re in for a special treat this September. General Mills will sell just the Lucky Charms marshmallows in pouches for a limited time. The magically delicious-looking treats will be available in 6-ounce pouches and sell for $3.99.
General Mills, which also makes Cheerios and Cinnamon Toast Crunch, will sell the limited-edition Just Magical Marshmallows pouches for a short amount of time, though they did not say how long the sugary treats would be available on shelves.
“For a limited time you can say #JustMagicalMarshmallows are mine,” the company posted on Instagram on Tuesday. “The magic will peak in the coming weeks!”
“Where can I find these??” wrote one fan.
“Yayyy Magically delicious!!” commented another person.
“Yes!!! Dreams do come true!!!” posted another excited cereal fan.
This is the first time the marshmallow pouches will be available nationwide.
“Lucky Charms Marshmallow-Only boxes have been offered through popular promotions in the past, but this is the first time Just Magical Marshmallows are available for purchase nationwide at select retailers,” read a press release on the General Mills website. “The special 6 oz. pouch features all eight of your favorite charms and is currently available for a limited time, while supplies last, with a suggested retail price of $3.99. The Just Magical Marshmallows will become more widely available in the U.S., in September. Price and promotion may vary.”
Cereals, cookies, and other pre-packaged baked goods and sweet treats have been flying off grocery shelves in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, as people are spending more time at home and craving comfort food.
And although it may not be the healthiest snack, those pink hearts, green clovers and blue moons will surely bring a smile to any snack lover’s face.
So far, no word on what Lucky the leprechaun did with all the leftover toasted oats pieces.
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