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Momma Reiner's Homemade Marshmallow Cream

This recipe for homemade marshmallow cream is from Kimberly Rainer of Momma Reiner's Fudge.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, December Fall 2007
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  • a111
    27 DEC, 2012
    The marshmallow creme came out perfectly. (The second 2/3 c sugar is a typo). I made the 'momma reiners fudge' (same as the old 'fantasy fudge' recipe)doubled the fudge recipe. ( this is enough for 2 batches of fudge). I used 12 oz evaporated milk in fudge recipe instead of 10oz. The recipe calls for 5oz ea batch... I used 2 8x8 pans, buttered. Next time I will definitely line pans with something for better removal. The fudge set up beautifully, and is fantastic.
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  • jenniealice1357
    15 DEC, 2011
    This is really good stuff. I didn't have light corn syrup on hand, so I used dark and didn't notice a difference except for a bit of a color to the finished product. After a taste test, my mother said she couldn't tell it from the stuff from the store. Yum.
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  • TootyFoody
    30 JAN, 2009
    is this thick enough for icing?
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  • lauriedart
    11 DEC, 2008
    I think the second 2/3 of a cup of sugar is a typo. I've made this several times and my family loves it!
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  • Baker19
    14 JUN, 2008
    what about the two 2/3 of sugar? how much sugar should i use?
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  • mmsrjs
    6 JAN, 2008
    MY HUSBAND DECIDED TO MAKE THIS, OH SO GOOD, I JUST MAY INSIST HE MAKES ALL THE CHRISTMAS GOODIES. WE ALL LOVED THE MARSHMALLOW CREAM, I SAVED WHAT WAS LEFT AND WE USE IT AS TOPPING FOR ICE CREAM AND CHOCOLATE DRINKS.
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  • mmsrjs
    2 JAN, 2008
    THIS RECIPE IS FOR MARSHMALLOW CREAM NOT FUDGE, GET YOUR RECIPES STRAIGHT BENG.... IT TURNED OUT GREAT, JUST ALWAYS FOLLOW THE RECIPE TO THE EXACT.
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  • BenGeorge
    24 DEC, 2007
    The fudge recipe here does NOT work. It would not coat the marshmallows after the first 3 at all. Total mess!!! The marshmallows rocked though. Next time I'll just use my standard fudge recipe. Momma Reiners fudge recipe is going into the trash.
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  • richardfurlough
    21 DEC, 2007
    To a previous comment: This is marshmallow creme and doesn't need a pan because it doesn't set up. Just put into a jar like the store-bought and spoon out as needed. By the way, one jar store-bought is 7 oz. or 2 1/4 c. called for in the fudge recipe so you don't need to make your own as the difference won't be noticed in the fudge. You will need a pan (as well as gelatin) for the marshmallow recipe because they need to set up overnight for cutting.
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  • audravanvliet
    15 DEC, 2007
    I used a 9X13 pan for the recipe for marshmallows without tartar (with gelatin in place of the tartar) and they turned out great. Really thick.
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