They’re the jolly green giants of the lolly world. Powdery, pale, pretty green marshmallows would be perfect for St Patrick’s Day on March 17, or for Christmas parties, a Grinch party. They will stand out beautifully in a tall, glass, apothecary jar. You could use green, yellow, blue and large white marshmallows on skewers to make “marshmallow kebabs” for your next party. Large green marshmallows make a stunning decoration on top of dark, chocolate brownies. Green complements many candy bar colour schemes: Think green and pink, green and purple, Christmasy green and red, patriotic green and yellow, green and black, green and white - you get the idea! Green has a way of fitting in easily and balancing colour schemes. It’s also the colour of peace. It is the most predominant colour in nature. Pale green is the colour of new growth in plants. Green reflects a love of family, friends, pets and the home. It is also the colour of the home lover and the good host, and the colour of generosity and sharing - which is probably why large green marshmallows need to come in 1kg bags!