Finally somehow post something I actually want but can’t have as it’s it in my diet plan and I didn’t loose 80 pounds in 8 months and get rid of diabetes just for meh to come along and dangle these in my face.
I have tried these in a sane way by buying one regular size bag. We were at a friend’s camp site and they had just had all the family kids out to roast hot dogs and marshmallows and whatever else you can put on a stick and hold over a fire. They told us how the kids loved them.
Later I saw them at the grocery store. A regular bag (8 or 10 ounce, maybe?) was almost $5. That was enough of these for us. But if you’re going to eat over a hundred of these, this is a good deal.
They are filled with a much drier version of chocolate. Which is probably a scientific miracle. If you had a chunk of Hershey’s in the middle of the mallow, once the roasting starts that chocolate would go all lava and either drip out of the marshmallow when you get it roasted just right, or fling out napalm-style and burn the guy playing guitar for the Kumbaya chorus when you perform the obligatory marshmallow roasting tribute to Icarus and set the sugar aflame.
That also means if you just pop one in your mouth from the bag, it’s like taking a hit of Walter White level uncut pure concentrated milk chocolate wrapped in a sugar puff. It’s a bit much. When it comes to creating a feature that enforces required heating of a marshmallow, your scientists were too worried about whether they could to think about whether they should. I believe these marshmallows are subsidized by Big Firewood in order to push more campfires.
Got kids or have big parties? Got fire? Gonna roast em all? This is a sweet deal. If you’re not a serious mallow and chocolate fan, though, this is a LOT of kind of weird marshmallows.
@whiskeyext Tradition! They didn’t have bricked candy corn, so they’re shipping these instead…
I guess we will go back to asking what percentage of any candy-like packages’ contents have been bonded into a single giant mass, and whether suitable implements of disassembly will be included. (For the candy corn, that was a crappy hammer.)
I bought these last round. If you are into a big glob of stuck-together, chocolate-filled marshmallows…get these. You will not be disappointed. If you want actual marshmallows with chocolate stuffing…go to your local store because that is NOT what you get with these! meh thumbs big-time down on this one!!
Came to say what some others have already said. These really are not good for eating out of the bag, but they are great for roasting and toasting. The other thing they are good for is melting into milk to create a pretty good hot chocolate. Two to three depending on your mug size/milk quantity, get the milk piping hot and stir until melted.