Top Rated Marshmallow Recipes

Cookies and Cream Fudge
This simple cookies and cream fudge recipe uses both white and milk chocolate and has the added texture and flavor of the crushed cream-filled chocolate cookies to make it that much more irresistible.
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Banana s'mores
We’re not sure summer desserts get much better than this banana s’more creation.This recipe is courtesy of Neighbor Food Blog.
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Eggnog Fudge
Your favorite holiday drink — creamy with strong notes of cinnamon and nutmeg — is now contained in a sweet dessert offering that is perfect for your holiday dessert table (or any time during the year you find yourself with an eggnog craving).
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Fudge
The classic sandwich found in lunchboxes across America each day is being reinvented in the form of fudge. You won’t be able to resist this peanut butter and jelly combination, although it is slightly richer than that Wonder Bread sandwich you are used to eating.
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Chocolate and Cherries Fudge
This recipe is like chocolate covered cherries on overdrive. The added crunch and fat from the almonds balances the sugary sweet taste of the candied cherries.
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Funky Monkey Fudge
Chocolate, bananas, and walnuts combine in this pudding for a delightful tropical flavored treat. The bananas add a creaminess to the fudge and the nuts add the perfect amount of texture.
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S'mores Cookie Dough Bites
Crispy graham crackers. Melty milk chocolate. A perfectly roasted, warm, gooey marshmallow. What could be better than a good, old-fashioned, campfire s’more? How about raw cookie dough, s’more-ified, and then dipped into chocolate? You many not get the gooiness of a melted marshmallow with this recipe but you’ll get the flavor of a classic s’more, without the campfire. If you don’t have a kitchen blowtorch try toasting the marshmallows on a sheet pan in your broiler —just keep an eye on them, stirring them every few minutes, so that they don’t burn. Want more recipes like this one? Go to http://gastronomeblog.com.
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peppermint fudge
This easy fudge is adapted from a back-of-the-box recipe that some proclaim as the smoothest fudge. It’s also much easier to make than the traditional kind and takes only about 10 minutes of active cooking time — a plus if you are especially swamped during the holidays. And it keeps for a month! Recipe © 2015 by Shirley Fan and used by permission of The Harvard Common Press
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This recipe provides a gluten allergy-friendly graham cracker that makes it easy for everyone to enjoy the sticky snack.
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Irish Cream Fudge
You might want to save this fudge for the adults-only dessert table. Milk chocolate and Irish cream liqueur combine to make one delicious, spiked fudge perfect for an after dinner treat alongside coffee.
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A delicious family recipe, this decadent chocolate fudge is complex in flavors but super simple to make!
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A sweet treat perfect for any fall party. These are especially great for Halloween! 
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