No, you’re not having deja vu; we made a post on cereal marshmallows last December, too. The idea sounds crazy when you hear it about it in long-winded, rambling, half-coherent sales pitches on sketchy-looking websites. But brother, when a professional magician offers you a bag of cereal marshmallows, you can’t say “no,” especially when you read their corporate slogan: “We pick the marshmallows out [of] the cereal so you don’t have to.” What’s not to enjoy?

Magician’s Cereal Marshmallows are exactly what you’re imagining: a bag full of Lucky Charms-like marshmallows (or—yes—marbits) ready to eat. And if you’re like me, eat by the fistful. See, each serving of Magician’s Cereal Marshmallows is 50 marshmallows. Yes, 50! Even considering the size of the little pieces, that’s a ton of cereal marshmallows. Not that I’m complaining. Oh, and there are multiple servings per bag.

The marshmallows themselves are as tasty as any other you’ve eaten. They’re small, crisp, and have that nice, sort-of vanilla-y flavor. Best of all, they nice and crisp; they have that really good snap to them that makes all cereal marshmallows taste so much better than actual marshmallows.

The packaging is nice and professional, particularly when compared to products offered by other cereal marshmallow vendors out there, which, believe it or not, really do exist. We’ve seen cereal marshmallows packaged in clear baggies, plastic containers, and even occasionally hidden in boxes of breakfast cereal, but Magician’s Magic Marshmallows go all out. And, true to the product’s cereal roots, there’s even a cartoon mascot on the front. They suggest you “add [them] to your favorite cereal,’ but they’re fine straight from the bag. Though my next experiment will be having just a bowl of cereal marshmallows with milk. Based on the current rate of posts on Cereal Fix lately, you can expect the fascinating results of this experiment in June 2014. Stay tuned!

Magician’s Cereal Marshmallows can be purchased at

Disclosure: I received Magician’s Cereal Marshmallows from CMRI, LLC to review.

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