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The kids love the regular Lucky Charms cereal, and they loved even more the Chocolate Lucky Charms cereal. If you haven’t tried the Lucky Charms cereal, it consists of the regular cereal pieces mixed with colorful marshmallow pieces. The regular lucky charms has white oat cereal pieces mixed with marshmallows, and the chocolate lucky charms has the chocolate-flavored brown oat cereal pieces mixed with marshmallows. The marshmallows are the “lucky charms”!
Many kids love to pick out the marshmallows out of the Lucky Charms and either eat them first or save them for last. The marshmallow charms is what draws people to lucky charms.
What is the ratio of marshmallow charms to cereal in Lucky Charms? Nobody knows the exact ratio of marshmallow to cereal, but at a glance it’s about 1:6 (that’s 1 marshmallow charm for 6 pieces of cereal). The ratio of marshmallows in Lucky Charms also probably varies from box to box – I’ve gotten some boxes of Lucky Charms that seems to have more marshmallows than ususal. Maybe one day someone who really cares about the Lucky Charms ratio will count all the cereal pieces and all the marshmallows and gives us a scientific answer :)
The nutritional information for Chocolate Lucky Charms Cereal is 110 calories per serving with 1 gram of fat, 1 gram of protein, 1 gram of fiber and 12 grams of sugar. That’s really not bad at all for something filled with marshmallow pieces!
Here’s the picture of Chocolate Lucky Charms cereal in a bowl: