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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. :)


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


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.


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. :)


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.)

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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.


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


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!


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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