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Food base Marshmallow
Animal/lifeform base Cat/Hamster
Diet Omnivores
Habitat Rock Candy Mountain

Marshmallows are a simple Foodimal with little resemblance to any animal, save for a slight similarity to a cat, and the real small ones being hamsters.


Marshmallows are small, miniature white Foodimals with tiny black eyes, and a tiny mouth. They directly resemble marshmallows.


Marshmallows FLDSMDFR

They are extremely affectionate, rubbing against people they trust as a sign of affection.

The Marshmallows' docile nature was the catalyst to change Flint's mind about turning off the FLDSMDFR, and his choice to save the Foodimals was rewarded when the Marshmallows rescued Flint and reunited him with his father in the Pickle Village.

Video Game[]

Marshmallow enemy

Marshmallows are enemy food creatures that appear in the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs video game.

Marshmallow enemies appear like any ordinary marshmallow, with its familiar white cylindrical shape. However, these marshmallows are about 6 feet tall, with roughly the same diameter.

Marshmallows jump in a consistent, repetitive pattern. They do not actively attack Flint, regardless of how close he stands next to it, so they can be easily avoided by memorizing the timing of their jumps. However, if Flint or Steve is unfortunate enough to be underneath the marshmallow when it lands, they will get stuck under the marshmallow, which wriggles around slightly, dealing damage, before spitting its victim out in a set direction.

Most marshmallows jump slowly enough that they can be melted using the Hot Enougher. However, some marshmallows jump more rapidly, making it nearly impossible to melt while it's moving. Spraying honey underneath the marshmallow with the Upsucker Plus will stick the marshmallow to the ground. While it struggles futilely to pull free of the sticky honey, Flint can melt it with the Hot Enougher or with hot coffee or chili.

In the PSP version of the game, marshmallows are immune to the effects of honey.