“I’ve never toasted marshmallows over a campfire. They’re too sweet for me,” Harry told kids in Lancashire, according to People. “But I’ve made campfires and slept under the stars more than I’ve slept in a bed.”
We’re so horrified Harry has missed out on this childhood fave that we just have to make things right.
Of course, we understand why a sweets-averse person might eschew this classic camping treat. Marshmallows used to be made from the root of a marshmallow plant, but nowadays they’re made from gelatin, which is arguably less appetizing and not the best look if you’re vegan or looking to get in on the health benefits of a vegan diet. And overall, ’mallows aren’t healthy: A standard serving contains about a third of the recommended daily allowance for added sugar, which becomes obvious when you watch how Peeps are made. Plus, who would want to take food cues from Ivanka Trump?
However, occasional indulgences are acceptable, and we’ve seen enough tantalizing marshmallow recipes to argue Harry should give them another try. His sister-in-law’s brother does run a speciality ’mallow company, after all.
Here are a few marshmallow treats Harry (and we!) should cook up soon.
1 S’mores Pie
Get the S’mores Pie recipe from Two Peas & Their Pod
2 Sweet And Salty Guinness Chocolate Pie With Beer Marshmallow Meringue
Get the Sweet and Salty Guinness Chocolate Pie with Beer Marshmallow Meringue recipe from Sprinkle Bakes
3 S’mores Rice Krispies Treats
Get the S’mores Rice Krispies Treats recipe from Lemon Sugar
4 Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies
Get the Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies recipe from Brown Eyed Baker
5 Hi-Hat Cupcakes
Get the Hi-Hat Cupcakes recipe from Lemon Sugar
6 Six-Layer Chocolate Cake with Toasted Marshmallow Filling & Malted Chocolate Frosting
Get the Six-Layer Chocolate Cake with Toasted Marshmallow Filling & Malted Chocolate Frosting recipe from Brown Eyed Baker
7 Thin Mint Chunky Chocolate Brownies
Get the Thin Mint Chunky Chocolate Brownies recipe from Gluten Free Canteen
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.