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With a perfect squish and consistency plus tasty flavors, why stop at s’mores?

Nothing says summertime like s’mores over an open fire, and with the wonders of today’s legal Cannabis market, we can now enjoy this American classic with an infused lineup of tasty marshmallows.

While we might claim credit for the s’more – a delicious combination of graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows (in case you’ve been living stoned under a rock) – the real truth is that marshmallows are much older. They’re so ancient, in fact, that the Egyptians were rocking out with mallows as early as 2,000 B.C. The treat was a luxury reserved for royalty and gods alone – which potentially includes the aliens that helped build the pyramids.

Marshmallow munching theories aside, there’s nothing like a campfire conspiracy to kick off a night of fun … and we love the amplification that these infused mallows offer. With flavors including a fruity-berry Strawberry, a delicious and complex Salted Caramel, classics like Vanilla and Chocolate, a Mint Chocolate Chip and a Cherry Chocolate Chip – the world is your marshmallow when it comes to concocting imaginative and infused treats. 

With a perfect squish and consistency plus tasty flavors, why stop at s’mores? Summer’s fruit salads are certainly more fire with these included. And why not chop them into little pieces for a Thanksgiving to remember (or forget) with a way sweeter version of sweet potato pie? There’s a surprising amount of recipes that call for mallows (including the aptly-named Heavenly Hash), so get on Google and turn the stoney dial up to 10 with each 100mg bag of fun and yummy marshmallows from the legendary edible company Fire Eater.

10mg per piece | 100mg per package


This article was originally published in the July 2023 issue of Alaska Leaf.

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