Giant Bag Of Marshmallows

Brand: By The Cup
Manufacturer: Discount Herbals, Inc
UPC: 609722682909
Category: #31935 in Grocery (Marshmallows)
Price: $44.99  (60 customer reviews)
Dimension: 5.0 x 5.0 x 5.0 inches
Shipping Wt: 9.10 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours
Average Rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

These colorful dehydrated marshmallows make a great addition to any variety of products. They can easily be added to a bowl of cereal or a steaming mug of hot chocolate. Their bright colors and small size make it fun to add to any special baked treat, whether mixed in or added as a topping.

Features

  • (2) 4 pound bags
  • Marshmallow dust may accumulate during shipping

Top Reviews

Too Much Powder, Didn't Taste Right & Not Correct Weight
by Tony (2 out of 5 stars)
January 2, 2019

First, the good. The items did come on time as promised which was good since I needed it for a party. The marshmallows do look good, but that is all I can say about the good things.

The bad. The marshmallows came in 2 seperate bags which were extremely scrunched together . Once I pulled them out of the bag, I noticed a bunch of powder all around the bottom half. (See pics). I had ordered this previously from other places and never seen that much powder in the package. Upon opening the bags, the powder consisted of almost half of each bag. I thought I had bought enough, but once I removed the salvageable ones from the powder, I had alot less then I needed. I weighed the ones I could use and it was under 6lbs.

The other thing was that that they did not taste right. They were soft and tasted off. Almost a bit chemically. I tried to return them, but you can't return this product, so buyers beware!
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Fun for some, problematic for others
by Anon (5 out of 5 stars)
January 23, 2014

It all started when the bags were emptied on the kitchen table. The mountain of endless marshmallows was so tall you had to stand up to see the person across from you. Everyone in the room thought we had just given our friend the best birthday present he could have asked for. After more than ten minutes the tears still trickled down his face, tracing and re-moistening the nearly dried salt trails along his cheeks. His girlfriend knew better. She and I had discussed the gift a few days before when she vocalized her reservations, "he doesn't moderate well, he won't stop until they're all gone." I was naive, I saw no problems - it's just a bunch of marshmallows, right? I didn't realize the door I'd unlocked for my friend and what demons lurked on the other side.

Everyone was having fun, all of us laughing and shoveling handfuls of the soft, dried sugar lightning bolts and other fun, brightly colored shapes into our smiling faces. Nobody noticed the pile he'd crushed in front of him. When we heard his gigantic snort and saw him sit up in his chair the room erupted with excitement, one guy even laughed so hard he doubled over coughing and nearly puked. We all just assumed he snorted because he was laughing too hard. We were wrong.

In the days after the party he stopped returning my calls and replying to my text messages. His girlfriend saw less of him as time went on. He would show up at her place at odd hours, disheveled and looking as though he hadn't slept for days. More upsetting for her than the smudged rainbow of colors around his lips and nostrils was the trembling of his hands and tracks on his arms. By the time she finally found the words to say, he was gone before she drew the courage to address what he had become. She didn't see or hear from him again until I tracked him down several weeks later. I found him in a house on the wrong side of town with some unsavory characters who had been following him and "the medicine bag" around the sugar scene for the last few weeks. My friend had developed a reputation and become a celebrity of sorts in this circle but only because of what was in the bag we'd given him, the same bag that was destroying him. His new friends only knew him as The Doctor. The first attempt to bring him back didn't end well and I was thrown out of the house onto the porch with my own blood on my freshly torn shirt after showing him a picture of himself (link below). The following week we orchestrated a better planned and successful intervention. He has been rehabbing at a gym across town and shopping at the local farmer's market over the last month to keep himself clean. Despite a few bumps in the road, his recovery is looking promising and we are supporting him as best we can.

Be careful who you give these to.

Below is the condition I found him in at the house and one of the people he'd been hanging out with. I have removed his face to protect his privacy. Talking to your kids early and honestly about responsible marshmallow use is the best prevention for abuse.

i.imgur dot com/6eeGKfQ.jpg
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leaving my poor little sister with the tasteless bready bits
by Colin (5 out of 5 stars)
July 21, 2015

I used to eat all the Lucky Charm marshmallows out of the cereal box as a child, leaving my poor little sister with the tasteless bready bits. I got her this as a gift now that we're older. She loves it, and is well on her way to getting diabetes!
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Adults can do what we want. Don't hate
by CrazytasticMom (5 out of 5 stars)
June 26, 2019

Yes I really ordered 8lbs of cereal marshmallows lol. I'm an adult and I can!! These are the closest I could find to lucky charms and they're actually better IMO. They didn't have that weird feel when you bite into them. 2-3 handfuls of these bad boys and a handful of cereal and I was in HEAVEN too bad they're gone after 3.5 months. Definitely ordering more this week though.
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Delicious!
by Eugenia M. Barnes (5 out of 5 stars)
June 15, 2018

i wanted to order this since i was a kid.wasnt sure how much 8 pounds was gonna be, needless to say i will have marshmallows for the rest of my life! yay! at least i dont have to eat the dry nasty cereal!
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Exactly what you are looking for
by Amazon Customer (5 out of 5 stars)
February 16, 2017

When a friend posted the link to this on their Facebook, I knew I had to get it for my dad! He was thrilled with them. I had the opportunity to taste them when I was home for a visit, and they were exactly as expected. Just what you want without having to first choke down all of those pesky oatey bits.
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Great success with kids!
by reader (5 out of 5 stars)
September 11, 2017

A great success! I became the grandkids and one son's favorite person. Divided into bags and gave out.
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TONS of Marshmallows
by HeyBlinkin (5 out of 5 stars)
June 11, 2013

Who doesn't want a giant bag of cereal marshmallows? It was just cool to have a giant bag of these, started eating them like candy. Used them to add to regular cereal like cheerios. All in all these taste great and it was cool to have a giant bag of marshmallows delivered to me.
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They loved them.
by eileen cowles (5 out of 5 stars)
May 15, 2019

My kids used these marshmallows to add to their cereal. Fruity pebbles used to have marshmallows in them, but we could no longer find them.
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Sometimes they're good sometimes they are stale.
by Amazon Customer (1 out of 5 stars)
September 5, 2019

This is the third time ordering this and they are stale. I've already thrown out A LOT of them.

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