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Thread: My Homemade Marshmallows!! Sooooo easy!

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    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    They look delicious. I wonder if you could use a few drops of food coloring. Making colors for Christmas, Halloween & Easter. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TnBecky View Post
    They look delicious. I wonder if you could use a few drops of food coloring. Making colors for Christmas, Halloween & Easter. Thanks for sharing.
    Yes, you sure could! You can shape them into Easter peeps too -- all colors!

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    Can't wait to make some more!
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    This sounds like a really nice gift item for Christmas. Can you add vanilla when mixture is still warm? I think a few of the local knit group made these and dipped them in chocolate. Their comments were positive about how good they were.

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    hmmm.. rice crispy treats

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    Quote Originally Posted by judi wess View Post
    This sounds like a really nice gift item for Christmas. Can you add vanilla when mixture is still warm? I think a few of the local knit group made these and dipped them in chocolate. Their comments were positive about how good they were.
    Glad you asked about the vanilla! I added it when blending both syrup and gelatin mix together right before beating. I forgot to say that gelatin has no flavor so yes definitely add either vanilla flavoring or peppermint with crushed peppermint that marshmallows are rolled in or almond flavoring, anything to give it a boost in flavor!

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    Thanks for sharing! It looks fun to try and you say very tasty.
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    Yummy, I made these a few times and dipped them in melting chocolate. So good.

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    I should have asked earlier, but I wasn't thinking. After cutting them do you dust them with powder sugar to keep them from sticking together???

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