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Give homemade marshmallows to friends and family this holiday season. Also Try: Peppermint Marshmallows

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, December 2009
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Marshmallows can be stored in an airtight container up to 3 days.

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  • riee271
    24 DEC, 2017
    First time making marshmallows, the recipe was super easy to follow. Used a handheld electric mixer (not enough counter space for a stand mixer) and during the 12 min mix, manually turned the bowl continuously alternating anti/clockwise only paused 30 seconds to pour a glass of wine! Used cookie cutters, with cooking spray, to create shapes, washed them after each use. Will make this again, experimenting with different flavors.
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  • Nili123
    9 APR, 2013
    Hi, I would like to try this recipe but my daughter is sensitive to corn and cane sugar. can I sub the syrup with maple syrup? Many thanks!
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  • workout2eat
    2 JUL, 2012
    I LOVE< LOVE< LOVE this recipe. We make it every year for the 4th and everyone always wants my recipe. They are always a hit!
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  • diezauberfloete
    16 DEC, 2011
    I love this recipe. It is great as written. I have also used it to make orange cream marshmallows and I will use this recipe along with some dutch process cocoa to make chocolate marshmallows for Christmas gifts. Thanks for this great recipe!
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  • LMJacobs
    15 DEC, 2011
    We make this recipe every year - it's very easy, really fun, and people are always amazed that marshmallows can be made at home!
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  • etaylor9311
    13 DEC, 2011
    This recipe is so easy and very good!!! I was a little nervous about trying it because I thought I would end up with a sticky mess. However, I didn't have a single problem with them sticking. I greased the pan and the plastic wrap and nothing stuck to the plan or plastic wrap.
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  • mllechocolatier
    8 DEC, 2011
    No typo, some recipes are egg free :)
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  • Mybobba
    3 DEC, 2011
    I can't believe there are no egg whites, is this a type o ?
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  • klondikecook
    23 DEC, 2010
    I re-read this recipe at least 5 times in doubt, but embarrassingly opted to go with what it said rather than common sense! I think there is a typo, you don't really need to grease the pan you need to grease the bottom layer of plastic wrap. I followed it as directed, and when it came time for cutting, the marshmallow mixture was glued to the bottom layer of plastic!! I salvaged most of it and the recipe is well worth making, impressive and yummy! But the mix needs to be on a greased surface
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  • Wendy7717
    21 DEC, 2010
    These are very delicious and easy to make. I added peppermint extract to this recipe and it turned out great. I also dipped them in chocolate. They were very popular. I will make these again and again.
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