Play with your food. That’s the moral of the story from Crazy Russian Hacker. He put marshmallows in one of those vacuum food containers, pumped out the air, and watched the squishy little white puffs balloon into ginormous monsters. It’s all silly fun.
It’s hard to enjoy the holidays when you’re expecting a house full of guests and Christmas dinner is entirely your responsibility. So forget about waking up early to toss a turkey in the oven, and just serve everyone what looks to be an elaborate holiday meal, but is actually just a giant $25 marshmallow.
When you crack open this cardboard box your eyes will be greeted with the sight of a hot, delicious pizza covered in gooey cheese. But when you reach for a slice and don’t have to deal with an avalanche of toppings, you’ll quickly realize that the only ingredient in this pie is marshmallow.
With a few modifications made to their egg decorating machine—including the addition of a compact oxy-fuel torch—the folks at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories were able to create what could possibly be the world's first automatic marshmallow toaster.
Normally, you wouldn't want to have a cannon aimed at your face, much less a cannon that can see your face and follow it around. But a team of mechanical and electrical engineering students at Olin College decided to challenge that notion with their marshmallow-firing Confectionary Cannon. It's worth getting in this…
There are countless online services that will turn your Instagram photos into everything from business cards, to flipbooks, to coffee mugs. But Boomf has taken a wholly original approach to making hard copies of your digital photos—except they're not hard at all. The website will print your shots onto gourmet…
It might not bring a complete end to your office warfare, but like with nuclear weapons, this marshmallow-blasting Mazooka should bring an uneasy truce for fear of it actually being used. Six AA batteries power a built-in air compressor that generates enough pressure to fire a large marshmallow up to 40 feet—making…
Hot chocolate with marshmallows is perfect. But it has potential to be more perfect. How? With boozy marshmallows, of course.
For the longest time Just Born, the maker of Peeps, has been on the forefront of novelty seasonal marshmallow technology. But the company's monopoly ends now, here, with a mug-friendly Frosty marshmallow.
Bonfires are overrated. It's cold and windy, there's sand everywhere, there's never any booze left, you smell like a burnt french outdoorsman and there's a creepy geetar player with questionable facial hair trying to steal your girlfriend. The only thing that keeps bonfires from devolving into the ninth circle of…
As a young Ghostbusters fan, I found the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man creepy yet oddly appealing—I really wanted to take a bite out of him. Now thanks to ThinkGeek's Stay Puft Caffeinated—yes, caffeinated—Marshmallows, my dream has come true.
Can your microwave oven really measure the speed of light? Yes, it can be done. And since many of the suggested experiments also involve chocolate, it will be done. Oh yes, it will be done.
Eating buckets of Yummy Dough will definitely turn your preciouses into plumpers, but it's not the only thing at Toy Fair that'll make your kids fat.
Whether you're walking through a dark city alley or stalking prey in wilder terrain, Nuge knows you should always be armed, preferably with a bow. That's where this crossbow-ish marshmallow shooter comes in. Just pop a load of Stay Pufts into the Bow and Mallow's magazine, draw back the bowstring and let fly the…
This week at Lifehacker: Mod your Xbox in ten minutes. Buff out scratches on the back of your iPod. Prepare for disaster with an encrypted thumb drive. Find wifi in the sky next flight you book. Kid-proof electrical outlets with clear duct tape. Finally, build a marshmallow gun for some fun with your