While Jet-Puffed has a few varieties, the company is introducing another new product to its lineup: “Color Changing Marshmallows.” Honestly, I’ve never even thought of this concept so I was so excited to be able to share it.
It’s no secret I love every single Jet-Puffed marshmallow product I’ve been sent, but there is something to be said about these new color-changing marshmallows. Considering that this is the first color-changing marshmallow product ever, that’s pretty amazing.
Thankfully, these should have already rolled out onto store shelves and will be part of Jet-Puffed’s lineup until September but I’m sure you’re just as excited as I was to try them out.
Jet-Puffed adds Color Changing Marshmallows to celebrate s’mores season.
Before I get into my thoughts, I wanted to share the product details. The marshmallows come in two colors: blue and pink with a price tag of $2.99 per bag and come in a 12-ounce bag. Even with the color-changing qualities, I can say that they’re just as tasty as all of Jet-Puffed’s other products.
However, I’m sure you’re curious to know how the color changes and it’s actually from you toasting it. Once the marshmallows encounter heat for 10 seconds, the marshmallows change color. You’ll go from blue to green while pink changes into orange. As someone who loves s’mores and bonfires, I knew I needed to try these out, and boy was it a treat.
Even though I wasn’t able to share these with my nephew due to the rain, I had a lot of fun using these because it’s just so cool. I’ve never seen anything like it and as someone who is a huge fan of s’mores, I know I’ll be sharing them and restocking them when I have bonfires this summer.
Honestly, these color changing marshmallows would be great for those who have kids, want to try something new, or just want a twist on the classic Jet-Puffed marshmallows. Either way, I’d highly recommend these for s’mores season especially when paired with your favorite graham crackers and chocolate.
Will you be trying out the new Jet-Puffed Color Changing marshmallows? Share with us, Guilty Eaters.