9 Homemade Marshmallow Recipes That Are So Worth the Effort
Candy Cane Marshmallows
The red-and-white swirls in these peppermint-flavored marshmallows are so pretty, all you need is a clear cellophane bag tied with a simple ribbon to create beautiful holiday gifts for hostesses, teachers, and neighbors. Float these marshmallows in hot cocoa or simply enjoy them on their own.
Use our sticky-sweet marshmallow sauce to take ice cream sundaes to new heights. It's so much more delicious than anything you'll find at the store.
A layer of fluffy marshmallow is sandwiched between rich caramel. The resulting concoction is cut into rounds, then dipped in chocolate. These candies make marvelous Christmas gifts and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to five days.
Fluffy white snowflakes never tasted so sweet! These vanilla marshmallows are cut with a variety of snowflake cookie cutters. Float them in hot cocoa for a cold-weather treat.
Sugar-Coated Marshmallow Chicks
Sanding sugar and luster dust make these DIY peeps sparkle and shine.
These marshmallows are made especially aromatic from the addition of vanilla bean seeds. Cut the candy into squares or heart shapes and give as gifts with a package of hot cocoa mix.
Marshmallows ar made from scratch, cut into squares, and dipped in a chocolate fudge coating made from semisweet chocolate, evaporated milk, butter, sugar, and marshmallow cream.