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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.