peppermint marshmallow squares

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    A fun excuse to make red swirls...
    Marshmallow recipe

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    1. sfsweetooth [deleted] 120 months ago | reply

      These are gorgeous. I just made homemade marshmallows and covered them with homemade caramel. Delicious but not nearly spectacular looking as yours!!!

    2. FoodChiCa 120 months ago | reply

      They are so beautiful!! ^_^

    3. Jocelyn | McAuliflower 120 months ago | reply

      Hi TexAnnie,
      I blogged about the peppermint ones here.

      The swirls are super easy: immediately after the marshmallow is poured into your pan, drop red food coloring directly onto the surface of the marshmallows. With a toothpicks, drag through the dots and swirl away!

      You're going to have lots of fun!

      ps- for test batches, I make up a half batch in a smaller pan (the two gelatin packet size).

    4. Jocelyn | McAuliflower 120 months ago | reply

      A flavoring note- add a bit of your extract half way through whipping the marshmallows. Stop the mixer a minute early and taste it to see how much more to add.

      For chocolate- use chocolate syrup added when your marshmallows are almost finished mixing.

    5. Jocelyn | McAuliflower 120 months ago | reply

      Oh cool! I'm interesting?!

      :bounce bounce:

    6. Bashed 120 months ago | reply

      Yep, it seems so... :D

    7. angora bunny 114 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Swirls, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    8. MissySu 109 months ago | reply

      ooh. this sounds yummy!

    9. jenniferhisi 102 months ago | reply

      the look so yummy!

    10. Little Grey 102 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called pretty sweets, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    11. Malta_the fire child 100 months ago | reply

      one word come in to my mind.. Yummy! I have a question for you.. did you made that on your own? like by strach or .. did you find it some where? thanks.. for putting up your photo.. now I have to try that!

    12. Jocelyn | McAuliflower 100 months ago | reply

      note the recipe in the description field- it explains how they are made from scratch.

    13. hellaciouslyd 84 months ago | reply

      these look amazing, i am definitely going to try your recipe!

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