Squish: The Marshmallow You Need to Try

by | Sep 26, 2014 | Dining | 0 comments


Birthday Party Marshmallows

Have you ever considered the many possibilities marshmallows have to offer? No? That’s ok, because Katherine Sprung did, and reinvented them! We are talking about Squish, the marshmallow that has many different tastes ranging from peanut butter to pumpkin.

The marshmallow as we know it is a sugar candy that typically consists of sugar whipped to a spongy consistency. With Squish, the consistency remains the same but the flavors are far more advanced. They produce the candies in a small batch, hand cut with individual and unique flavors. It is the perfect combination of childhood memories and grown-up confections.

Squish makes a quality, delicious product using all-natural ingredients in the base that makes people happy and changes the way we view the marshmallow. Whether you choose to enjoy the marshmallows by themselves or use them to make the most decadent and whimsical s’mores, the idea is to simply eat them and be happy.

DOWNTOWN tried the tasty treats and we highly recommend the S’mores and Peanut Butter Jelly Time flavors. The price is just $10 per package for 12 squares. You can find them online or at the Grub Street Food Festival on October 5th, The Hester Street Fair from April 26th to October 26th or at Lic Flea & Food every Saturday and Sunday. In the spirit of the season, don’t forget to check out their new flavor Pumpkin Pecan Spice!

-Maria Zanetti

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Mangcoco Ice Cream Marshmallows


Peanut Butter Jelly Time Marshmallows


Pumpkin Pecan Spice Marshmallows


Rocky Road Marshmallows


S’mores Marshmallows


Banana Pudding Marshmallows


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Squish Package 

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