Disclaimer: I’m only doing this because I was born with Flintstone Feet. This cereal is pictured on Greedy Baby’s potty-throne. Because it tastes like sh!t.
So what the hell is going on here? They extracted the all-natural rainbow coloring out of the Pebbles and implanted that vibrant pigmentation into some marshmallows – except now it’s pastel colored.
The nutrition label lists a train wreck of un-natural ingredients concocted in the evil pits of hell. Open up the package of Marshmallow Pebbles and it wreaks from the smell of artificial-ness. Until now, I have NEVER been stomach-twisted over the smell of a Taste Test. Greedy Kid #1 likens it to the aroma of a cheap vanilla candle. I gotta be honest. I don’t want to do this, but here it goes….
#$!@#%! …. Please don’t do this to your children. That would be child neglect. The pebbles have a flavor from the scum of a pond and the marshmallows are the malfunctioned clones of some unLucky Charms. So. Very. Nasty. This box of Pebbles is trash-bound.
- Price Paid: $4.29 for 11-ounce box
- Serving Size: 3/4 cup (so unrealistic)
- Calories: 110
- Fat Calories: 5
- Total Fat: 0.5g
- Sodium: 70mg
- Carbs: 24g
- Fiber: less than 1g
- Sugars: 10g
- Protein: 2g
REACTIONS FROM THE TASTE TEST CREW
Health-hater Husband: No. I’m not tasting that.
Greedy Kid #1: It’s not nasty, but it tastes weird. (and then she threw it out)
Greed Kid #2: Tastes like low-end Lucky Charms.
Greedy Kid #3: Mama, I like it! (and I’ll never allow him another bowl)
Yum UP! to: Fred Flintstone.
Yuck Down to: Stomach twisting food fumes.