Homemade Marshmallows Part 2


So, I finished making my first batch of homemade marshmallows last night… drumroll please…

They turned out FANTASTIC!!! I am totally obsessed now with tweaking and perfecting the recipe, really making it my own.  I made plain jane vanilla marshmallows and split the batch in half.  One half I coated with powdered sugar, but the other half I coated in a combination of cinnimon sugar and pumpkin pie spice.  Let me just say, these taste amazing in hot cocoa!  My daughter tested them out over the grill for a yummy roasted marshmallow treat- well, you can see the picture!


We like to call these mmmmmmmmmmmMarshmallows!

We like to call these mmmmmmmmmmmMarshmallows!



These luscious vanilla marshmallows are just waiting for a hot cup of cocoa to dunk in!

These luscious vanilla marshmallows are just waiting for a hot cup of cocoa to dunk in!


So at the end of the day, I was really pleased with the results.  I’m looking forward to trying some different flavoring options.  My next big project will be to create a hot cocoa mix to go with them.  Christmas presents anyone?  I’m super excited!!!


For some great homemade marshmallow resources, try these:

Alton Brown’s Marshmallows

Marshmallow Recipe on Sugar Plum

How Stuff Works- How do they make marshmallows


14 responses »

  1. They look wonderful..Go to recipe.com ..they have an easy Hot Chocolate mix to make..cocoa, sugar, powdered milk..just add boiling water to the cup..I can’t remember the measurements right now..but fun to make.

  2. I am so impressed.great gift idea and yummy to try.i have never known anyone who made thee before.I am doing some chocolate candy but then I also failed on two different ways to make “No Fail Divinity one Christmas..

  3. Awesome ! I’ve been wanting to try out homemade marshmallows, but I keep on procastinating on that one =P It’s jsut that I can’t really find a use. But the hot cocoa might be a great idea !

  4. I must say, making homemade marshmallows is something that never even occurred to me, but what a fabulous idea! They sound so yummy, and your idea of coating them with different flavors is briliant!

  5. Oh I want to try these! I was just browsing the Martha homemade holiday mag at the bookstore and she cut hers out in snowflake shapes… what a fun homemade Christmas gift! Definitely going to try your different coatings – great idea!

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