Top Rated Marshmallow Recipes

Enjoy a cool sweet treat by the fire after dinner. This toasted marshmallow milkshake is perfect to serve at a burger bash.
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Marshmallow
A special homemade treat from Cindy Bearman of ABC Kitchen. Try experimenting with the marshmallow, dyeing it different colors, or adding different flavored extracts, or using fun cookie cutters when cutting. Best served atop a mug of piping hot cocoa, with a chocolate mint cookie on the side.
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noah Fecks
Pair these matcha marshmallow with Valençay, a pasteurized goat's milk cheese from the Loire Valley in France. Matcha’s mild tannins contribute a mellow, vegetal acidity alongside Valençay’s bright, citrus tones. Tea-grade matcha powder can be quite expensive—go with culinary grade here.These are also great for s’mores, hot chocolate, or puffed rice treats!Reprinted from ©The Art of The Cheese Plate by Tia Keenan, Rizzoli, 2016. Photography © Noah Fecks. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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4.5

Typically, toasted marshmallows are associated with summertime, fire pits, and s’mores, but when you take those toasted marshmallows, turn them into coffee syrup, and whip them into a latte, they become the perfect cold-weather complement. 
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Peanut Butter Marshmallow Puppies on a Stick
Everything is better on a stick, right? This is great on it's own (that's how I enjoyed it), but you could also smash one of these hot puppies between graham crackers and some chocolate and voilà! You just made truly epic s'mores. Click here to see 6 Easy Recipes Worth Shaking a Stick At.
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Marshmallow Snowmen
Everyone will have so much fun making Marshmallow Snowmen! This recipe is great for a fun kid activity too! 
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Peeps
Everybody’s favorite Easter candy has to be those brightly colored marshmallow Peeps. If you’re as obsessed with them as we are, set aside a day before Easter and make them at home: It’s a little bit messy, but it’s totally worth the effort to make these holiday friends.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchn.
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martini
Recipe is courtesy of Tablespoon.com
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Rice Krispies treats aren’t the only marshmallow bar on the block. If you need a sweet and salty treat, make these marshmallows bars with potato chips and pretzels. You can even drizzle Nutella on the top of them. 
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These festive pink-colored, peppermint-flavored marshmallows are dipped in glossy dark chocolate and sprinkled with crunchy peppermint candy. They make a perfect Christmas treat or edible gift.
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Candy Corn Marshmallow
These tiny marshmallow treats are quick and easy if you're looking for a last-minute dessert. Your kids can help dip these marshmallows to make Candy-Corn colored treats. You can also get creative and make some Candy Corn colored strawberries while you have the melted candies. 
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Marshmallows aren't just for the campfire during the summer, and can easily be used to make a sticky and delicious Halloween treat. This recipe uses Rice Krispies to add an element of crunch. 
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2.5