Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

These marshmallows change colour when you toast them


Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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You can now buy colour changing marshmallows and they’re the perfect way to spruce up your s’mores.

Yep, the brand Jet-Puffed has released a new product which is the first of its kind, and sees marshmallows transform before your eyes as they get warmer.

The marshmallows come in two colourways: pink that become orange and blue that become green.

Just imagine how impressed your mates will be when you whack these bad boys out…

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The marshmallows change colour when heated (Credit: Jet Puffed)

The marshmallows only need to be heated for 10 seconds over a fire or grill for the colour change to take place.

And the technology is one of a kind, with Jet Puffed using a top secret changing ingredient in order to ensure the rainbow products work their magic.

“This is the first time the brand has used the secret colour changing ingredient in combination with their jet-puffing technology designed to make the fluffiest and puffiest treats to step up your roasting game,” Jet Puffed said.

“The never-before-seen colour changing marshmallows are igniting families’ campfire fun by bringing pops of colour to delicious, oozey gooey s’mores.”

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Get four colours for the price of two (Credit: Jet Puffed)

These aren’t the first quirky products from Jet-Puffed, who have previously released fruity marshmallows and pumpkin spice marshmallows. Jazzy, ey?

Currently, the colour changing marshmallows are only available in the States (sorry fellow UK dwellers), and they are retailing for $2.99 (£2.40) in grocery stores nationwide.

They’re limited edition, so you’d better be quick if you want to try them.

The marshmallows are around until September – or “the end of s’more season” as the marshmallow brand has put it.

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Colourful s’mores time (Credit: Jet Puffed)

If you prefer your marshmallows baked into a cookie rather than in a s’more, then might we also suggest buying some regular ones and knocking up our Pretzel Marshmallow Cookie recipe?

Made with brown butter, dark chocolate chunks, salted pretzels, and gooey marshmallows, it might well be the ultimate chocolate chip cookie recipe (and we’re very happy to blow our own trumpet about this). 

You can find the recipe, from Twisted’s wonderful food producer Spencer, here. 
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