|The Marshmallow Fluff Cookbook|
|by Justin Schwartz|
Marshmallow Fluff has been a sweet component of American pop culture since the 1920s, when two entrepreneurs began manufacturing the white confect...
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Cook to the ... Tupperware. Let the eggs sit overnight, if ... egg size eggs or 32 small eggs. It takes 1 1/4 pound of chocolate to cover 1 batch of eggs.
Pour softened gelatin ... molds to make Easter eggs. Dip with chocolate marshmallow. Can also ... flour. Drop marshmallow into indentation in flour. Let set.
Pour softened gelatin ... to make 1/2 Easter egg shapes. Let stay ... the impressions. It may take several pans, you can put the flour back to cook with.
Mix gelatin and ... with cornstarch. Spoon marshmallow out of pan and form eggs. Brush excess ... over eggs and let set. Refrigerate for easier handling.
Preheat oven to ... mix with water, eggs, and oil ... medium, beat until creamy. Frost cooled cupcakes. Top with different colored Peeps on each cupcake.
Beat butter and ... peanut butter and marshmallow creme. Whip. Add ... or shapes into Easter Eggs. Let set ... rolled in nuts or coconut. Makes 4 pounds.
Mix ingredients and chill. Shape in egg shape and coat with chocolate and paraffin. Same as peanut butter eggs for chocolate and wax.
Mix all ingredients together well. Pour into a foil-lined Tupperware cold cut keeper. Let set overnight, remove and peel off foil. Cut and store in ...
Combine first 5 ... peanut butter and marshmallow creme. Roll from ... shape like an egg. Patch with ... needed. Put shaped eggs in the freezer. ... covered with wax paper.
In large bowl mix peanut butter and marshmallow. Add vanilla; ... butter. Shape into egg. Refrigerate for ... least 1 hour. Store in airtight containers.
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