Marshmallow-Only Lucky Charms Are Here, and We’re Already Stocking Up

If the marshmallows are your favorite part of Lucky Charms, then you'll love this new treat.

There’s nothing like waking up to a bowl of your favorite cereal, and our personal favorite is Lucky Charms. Every morning is magical with those crunchy little marshmallows no one can get enough of. We’ve seen marshmallow-only bags of Lucky Charms before (you can even find the generic version on Amazon), though they’re too small to melt around the campfire. Thanks to popular demand, Lucky Charms has just introduced the iconic shapes to liven up your plain old s’mores.

You can get bags of full-sized Lucky Charms marshmallows right now!

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According to Lucky Charms on Instagram, the cereal mogul teamed up with Kraft to create the sweet treat of our dreams. The Lucky Charms marshmallows come in four shapes—hearts, stars, clovers and moons.

Unfortunately for all our fellow Lucky Charms fans, the marshmallows don’t actually taste like the traditional Lucky Charms marshmallows we know and love. They’re shaped like Lucky Charms, but taste more like the classic Jet-Puffed marshmallows you find in the baking aisle. We’re OK with this change, though. It means you can replace ordinary marshmallows with these colorful treats in our ooey gooey marshmallow recipes.

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When and Where to Snag a Bag

If you still want to stuff your face with all the shapes and colors of the rainbow, you’re in luck. The marshmallows are available in stores as of August 7. Lucky Charms didn’t reveal which retailers will be selling them, but we imagine you’ll find them in most major grocery stores. Check the baking aisle of your local Target or Walmart to get ahold of these Lucky Charms marshmallows.

We’ll be baking cereal desserts like this for the next couple of weeks!

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.