HOWTO Make your own Lucky Charms marshmallows

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22 Responses to “HOWTO Make your own Lucky Charms marshmallows”

  1. ahecht says:

    I will point out that the “homemade corn syrup” is actually corn-flavored cane sugar syrup.

  2. sam1148 says:

    Screw that..here’s something useful. Make your own Gummy bears.
    1 pack of jello, 1/2 cup water, 2 packs of unflavored gelatine.  Mix and let sit, then heat.
    Use candy molds to form into gummy candies. Add a couple of tsp of vitamin C powder to make a vita-C gummy. Or just put on wax paper to cool and cut into gummy worms (Fortified with Vitamin C).

    Dust with cornstarch and some more vita-c powder for extra tang.

  3. brianary says:

    I don’t know if they’re any good, but there’s also http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com

  4. mesocosm says:

    Lucky Oppenheimer? 

    • benher says:

      Aye! They’re always after me German physicists!
      Also, even though 3D printers aren’t involved as of yet, prepare for General Mills lawsuit in 3…2…1…

  5. calf says:

    Are there other recipes for homemade Lucky Charms, and how does this one compare?

  6. Gee, wouldn’t it have been easier to extrude the marshmallow in the shape desired, and then cut to the desired thickness?

    • Cefeida says:

      Oooh, I’m sure there’s a Play-doh kit out there that would serve!

    • blueelm says:

      Those shapes are so simple you could do them the same way people do those polymer clay beads. The trick I think though would be getting the goo at the right consistency because at first it’s clearly very wet. Maybe drying it a *little* then working with it?

  7. beemoh says:

    “Lucky Charms now come in Pink Hearts, Orange Stars, Yellow Moons, Green Clover, and Viagra!”

  8. sean says:

    A better use of the time used to make these things would be… anything. Anything at all. 

  9. Or you could just make this Lucky Charms sifter with a 3D printer: http://bit.ly/GPmKYt

  10. bananapatch says:

    Or just buy some fucking Lucky Charms. Why you’d want to is beyond me; my 10-year-old realizes how disgusting they are.

    When you have a recipe for Count Chocula, we’ll talk.

  11. bbonyx says:

    Am I the only one who looked at the pic and immediately thought of mounds and mounds of tabs of sweet, delicious, ecstasy? :P

  12. Bobsyeruncle says:

    I’m thinking fun-shaped marshmallows were a real missed opportunity for Kelloggs Special K.  Thank you. :D

  13. Daniel Joseph says:

    Or, you could just buy some homemade marshmallows from us.  Just sayin’.  :)

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/thetwistedtine

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