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SAN RAFAEL, CA - SEPTEMBER 20: A box of General Mills' Lucky Charms is displayed at Scotty's Market on September 20, 2017 in San Rafael, California. General Mills reported a lower than expected first quarter earnings as yogurt and cereal sales slump. The company had a net income of $405 million in the first quarter missing analysts estimates of $446 million. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

They’re even more magically delicious. Lucky Charms is selling bags of full-size marshmallows for those that want to skip the cereal altogether.

As part of a new collaboration with Jet-Puffed, the green clovers, pink hearts, blue moons, and yellow stars that you grew up with are being sold as regular-sized marshmallows. These once tiny sweets are now the right size for your summer s’mores. But, they’re only available for a limited time so you might want to get yours soon.

It’s not the first time that Lucky Charms has sold marshmallow-only options to its cereal lovers. Back in 2017 was the first time they offered boxes of just their crunchy marshmallows, according to Bustle.

Most recently, they offered rainbow and unicorn marshmallow exclusive boxes, but you had to win them. (The unicorn marshmallow was added into the classic mix in 2018.) However, this is the first time Lucky Charms has offered a full-size version of their marshmallows. Hopefully, it won’t be the last time.