How To Eat Your Instagram Photos

Boomf650We’re pretty sure no one has ever said, “You can’t have your Instagram and eat it, too,” but thanks to U.K.-based Boomf, they’d be wrong if they had.

As reported by CNET, Boomf allows users to print their images from the Facebook-owned photo-sharing network directly onto edible marshmallows.

Boomf packages contain nine marshmallows with customers’ chosen images, and they cost about $20, according to CNET, which added that the service is currently available in the U.K. only, and shipping is free. The company told CNET international shipping may be added in 2014.

Boomf suggested that customers favor lighter-toned images:

For best results, it is best to avoid Instagrams with large dark areas, the detail gets slightly lost.

Readers: Are any of your images on Instagram good enough to eat?

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