Chocolate Coated Home Made Marshmallows

Colleen Sowa

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@colleenlucky7

I used Jo Anne Sugimoto's "Strawberry Marshmallows" recipe to make this today.


HOMEMADE STRAWBERRY MARSHMALLOWS

I did not include making the marshmallows in my prep time or cooking time as it is a recipe on it's own (and you can make this recipe using store bought marshmallows too)

My old recipe called for harder, chewier marshmallows... So I made the marshmallow at 5 am... and dipped them at 4:30 pm, so they could toughen up a bit from sitting in the open air.

They came out very good!!!


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Serves:

50 - 60 pieces

Prep:

10 Min

Cook:

10 Min

Method:

Stove Top

Ingredients

1 BATCH STRAWBERRY MARSHMALLOWS

(JO ANNE SUGIMOTO'S RECIPE ON JUST A PINCH)

1
1-1/2 pound block of almond bark
candy sprinkles (optional)

Directions Step-By-Step

2
Make the marshmallows... let them cool and get a littled hardened and chewier from sitting out for several hours.
3
Cut into strips about an inch wide. Tear the strips to desired size (I tear them rather than cut them... they are less uniform and more rustic).
Set aside.
4
In double boiler: Melt the chocolate until creamy.
5
Drop a few pieces of the marshmallows at a time into the melted chocolate. Roll them around to completely coat.
(I use a fork to do this, and to scoop them out and tap the inside of the pan to get the excess chocolate off).
6
Transfer the coated marshmallows to a wax paper lined baking sheet. Put into the freezer or refrigerator for 5-10 minutes to set the chocolate.
7
Leave plain, or garnish with candy sprinkles.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids