There’s a strong argument circulating that marshmallows have no nutritional value. Nutritionists will tell you this. Scientists. Smart people. They’re wrong. I’ve done my own scientific research and found the common marshmallow falls somewhere on the food pyramid between dairy and fruit, in a little known food category known as “awesome.” (Fried cheese and Peanut Butter Cups are also in this category).
And we’re just talking about the common marshmallow here. Don’t even get me started on Wondermade’s Guinness Marshmallows, which are handmade with Guinness single stout and vanilla extract, then rolled in crushed pretzels. It has everything you’re looking for in a dinner: salty snack, sweet snack, beer. That’s like a perfectly balanced meal in a single, square edible pillow.
Still not convinced the marshmallow is the perfect food? How about one made with bourbon. Yeah, Wondermade does that too. Awesome just got awesomer.
The price for nutritional perfection? $8 for 16 marshmallows. But there’s Guinness and bourbon in there, so money shouldn’t be an issue.