Homemade Marshmallows

11 Responses to Homemade Marshmallows

  1. Laura Benthien says:

    This looks like the exact recipe I use! There is nothing better than a freshly made homemade marshmallow floting atop a cup of hot chocolate. Pure creamy dreamy heaven!

  2. Meta says:

    This sounds like a lot of time and work – is it really so good to be worth it?

    • sbranch says:

      Yes yes yes, they are as different from store-bought as summer homegrown garden tomatoes are from the hot-house winter variety. Night and day, and they don’t take that long to make. You can tie a couple into baggies and give them to friends with hot chocolate mix too . . .

      • Joan Lesmeister says:

        OK, you ladies have convinced me to try it! My mouth is watering. And I admit, last week I took a spoon to the jar (outdated) of marshmallow cream & had a few bites before I dumped it – wasn’t that good!

  3. Georgie says:

    This sounds like such FUN!!! We just built a stone patio with a pond out back and hope to set up a mini fire pit too. I have great plans for our Thanksgiving guests thus year after the big meal! Roasting homemade marshmallows sounds like such fun. Complete with hot chocolate

    Thanks Susan
    Yardville NJ

  4. Joann says:

    I have never made these and that is just silly—I will need to find some non-GMO corn syrup, but I’ll make these when I do—

    It’s definitely a hot chocolate kind of night here–highs were only in the 30’s and we had our first REAL snow—the kind that sticks. It has powdered the mountains and darkened the skies…. the fireplace is aglow and there is chicken soup on the stovetop.

    It’s time for the flannel robe…


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