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Most people decide it’s simpler just to hang on to the marshmallow they have in their possession and assume the small chance doesn’t arrive.

Let the marshmallows cool completely, at least 3 hours and up to overnight, before cutting.

Homemade marshmallows are sticky little buddies, so be sure to coat them on all sides in confectioners’ sugar before serving or storing.

Lately, it’s become my go-to weekend snack thanks to a backyard fire pit and my longtime devotion to homemade marshmallows.

Homemade marshmallows will take your s’mores to the next levelBut you don’t need a fire pit, and, as Ina would say, store-bought marshmallows are fine.

She is everywhere and nowhere, this little marshmallow-headed kitty.

Melt butter and marshmallow in big stock pot then add puffed rice cereal.

One protest veteran, who asked not to be named, described Barrett as a “marshmallow.”

A marriage made in heaven, soft, sweet, marshmallow meringue, melting cream, and a smattering of fruit.

The result is lighter than buttercream but more intense than marshmallow.

Wash, dry and stone fruit; fill with a half marshmallow or blanched almond or chopped nuts and raisins and roll in sugar.

Sometimes Betsey added a half cup of walnuts or pecans with the marshmallow cream.

The candies in which Betsey put marshmallow cream she considered her "very choicest" as she expressed it.

Bake in layers, and put marshmallow filling between the layers and on top.

I wish you saved that, Grace, and gave away the marshmallow; I just love tutti-frutti, declared Cleo.

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On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marshmallow, such as: amiable, cordial, even-tempered, friendly, good-hearted, and good-humored.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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