|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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Line the bottom ... is a soft marshmallow consistency - about ... with yellow and bunnies with pink frosting. ... in Easter shapes or on vanilla wafers.
Preheat oven to ... wire rack to cool completely. Decorate with currants for eyes and marshmallows for tails, fixing them with a little decorating icing.
Heat oven to ... remaining ingredients except marshmallows. Continue beating ... minute). To shape bunnies, roll one ... slightly melted. Makes 2 1/2 dozen.
Shred lettuce, make ... the cherries to look like the eyes and nose of the bunny. Cut marshmallows to look like tail. This is for the kids to do at Easter.
On Easter I ... molded salad with "bunnies" made with ... (cut lengthwise in half) for ears. Carrot strips for whiskers and white marshmallows for tails.
Tear the lettuce ... Now create your bunnies. At the ... A little pile of coconut, the cottage cheese or a half of marshmallow works great for the tail.
For body, run ... 6 inch lengths of pipe cleaner in half for ears. Eyes and nose are cloves. Half inch cleaners for whiskers. Tiny marshmallow for tail.
Spread peanut butter ... on lettuce. Cut marshmallow in half and ... currants for eyes and tiny piece of pimento for nose.. bunny sitting on lettuce bed, yummy!
First put down the lettuce. Then put down the half of pear. Put on the tail next. Push in the cloves. Then put down the cherry. Finally put in the ...
Place pear half, rounded side up, on lettuce leaf. Assemble bunny by placing parts of face at small end of pear and tail at large end.
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