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Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Hi Melissa - yes, these marshmallows should do fine on sticks as long as you dont cut them too large. Cute! Have fun. :)

melissam

Are these sturdy enough to place on sticks, like cake pops? Thanks!

jan

zaheera, i know that this is kind of late! but if you ever come back here again to look one
package of powdered gelatin is 7 grams.

zaheera

hi there
could you please inform me as to what quantity of gelatin is used...in terms of grams?

Dawn (KitchenTravels)


Hi Julie! Im so happy you tried the marshmallow recipe - its one of our familys favorites, too. And I am thrilled that you visited my blog! Thanks for taking the time to comment, it really means a lot to me. I hope you and your family are well. One of these days we will make it back east for a visit, and when we do, Id love to get together. Give my love to Jon and everyone... and send pics! :) Hugs and kisses, Dawn

Julie Martin

Dawn, These marshmallows absolutely intrigued me and I knew I had to try them. I tried them over the weekend when we were snowed in and they were so much fun to make. My family and friends were definitely impressed. I dipped some of them in chocolate too and served a tray of them at our Super Bowl get together. I love your photos and all your recipe ideas...thanks for sharing! Julie Martin, Your cousin Jon's wife

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Hey Casey - thanks for the tip about how long homemade marshmallows last. Good to know! Although theyre never around that long in our house. ;) Ill check out your site - thanks for the invite, and for visiting my blog! :)

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Hi Hannah - I was intimidated, too. But then we made them and they were such fun, I wished we had made them sooner. If you give them a try, let me know how they turn out! Thanks for stopping by. :)

TasteStopping

Homemade marshmallows are one of those things that people are literally shocked to find out can be made at home. Even better, though, is the shock when someone tries a homemade marshmallow for the first time. They are indescribably better than any store-bought, stale-tasting, from-a-bag concoction calling itself a marshmallow. Bravo for pushing through your blues and finding a new favorite. (Also, I have found our marshmallows to last for a great deal longer than 3-4 days; up to 2-3 weeks if kept well-sealed.)

Anyway, I found you through TasteSpotting and am writing to say that if you have any photos that aren’t accepted there, I’d love to publish them. Visit my site (below), it’s a lot of fun! I hope you will consider it.

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Hannah

Wow, these look seriously delicious. I've been a bit intimidated by marshmellows, but well just give them ago. Great site.

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

In my kitchen, there are very few times when chocolate doesnt make a good thing even better. ;)

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Oooh, the peppermint sounds like a great idea! Next time around, I want to try some different flavor variations - not just the coating, but maybe flavoring the marshmallow itself, too.

Chaya

They look light and fluffy. Adding the chocolate is pure genius.

Megan

I have been seeing these everywhere and I really want to try them out-you have the right idea of dipping them in chocolate ;) I might sprinkle pieces of peppermint on top and dunk them in hot cocoa-yum!

Tim

Dawn, You beat me to marshmallows! They are my list of things to make in 2010. Glad I now have your advice to guide me. (Also, you are seriously doing such a great job with these photos. Very impressive.)

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