Have You Tried These Delicious Marshmallows That Change Color When Toasted?

Try These Delicious Marshmallows That Change Color When Toasted

With the summer season approaching, everyone is excited to eat tasty, spongy marshmallows. If you are one of them waiting to hop on this sugary item, this news will surely make you jump out of bed and run straight to the grocery store. Jet-Puffed, a brand that sells red and green Holiday Mallows and Candy Corn Marshmallows, just launched a fresh, new variety. These marshmallows are called Jet-Puffed Color Changing Marshmallows. The new, squishy treat changes color when you heat or toast them! And, no, they don’t turn into the traditional golden brown color.

What’s the Secret Ingredient?

What’s the Secret Ingredient?

It is the first time Jet-Puffed has designed these marshmallows to be fluffier and puffier when heated. They have revealed that they have used a special ingredient in the batter to get the color-changing effect possible. Since its launch, everyone has been digging to find the secret recipe behind it. However, the company is being tight-lipped about it. But we do know that they are available in two colors: pink marshmallows that turn orange; and blue marshmallows that turn green. And they are receiving very positive feedback from families for bringing out these delicious, colorful s’mores.

Where Can You Find These S’mores?

The Jet-Puffed color-changing marshmallows came in April only. And will be available in your nearest grocery stores till September. They only cost $2.99 per pack. So, what are you waiting for? Grab these sweet delicacies before they run out. The company says that these new marshmallows transform right in front of your eyes. And it only takes about 10 seconds of heat to change the color. While these colorful s’mores are taking on the food trend, some select food companies also follow the same trick. For example, a Butterfly Pea Flower Tea changes color from blue to violet; or Sunbutter Cookies change colors from brown to green.

Season Four of Stranger Things Introduces a New Evil

Season four of Stranger Things will introduce the most physically bizarre villain, named Vecna, according to actor David Harbour. At the premiere of the Netflix series, the actor who plays the beloved sheriff Jim Hopper called the addition calculatedly psychologically evil. The highly anticipated series finale will be released in two volumes, the first one on the 27th of May and the second one on July 1.

The New Villain

The creators of Strangers Things, Matt and Ross Duffer, promise to deliver horror with some truly gruesome effects this season. Shawn Levy, the show’s executive producer, and director raised the stakes higher for the creature by stating that even the Demorgon looked cuddly in front of it. According to reports, the creature was created by using primarily practical effects.

The growth of the characters

In the upcoming season, the gang has scattered after the last battle. The first few episodes focus on Eleven’s internal struggles to fit into school after moving to California. Will, Jonathan, and Joyce Byers have also moved and Will’s struggle to find his personal identity after being kidnapped numerous times is also touched upon. The characters are also extremely vulnerable since Eleven, played by Millie Bobbie Brown, has lost her powers and amidst the chaos, Vecna attacks the city.

The suspenseful trailer

The trailer showcases the continual progress of the characters evolving, and rediscovering their power. The gang still believes that Jim Hopper is dead after the blast but the reality is entirely something else. The trailer also points at a huge teaser of Max being targeted by Vecna while grieving her brother’s death. Mike, Dustin, and Lucas become dedicated members of a club at school while participating in a Dungeons and Dragons conquest. The storyline also touches upon the topic of bullying with Eleven, who feels emotional turmoil and helplessness without her powers.