Coated Marshmellows

Coated Marshmellows

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Beverly Dunlap


A Friend at work brought these in and they were so pretty and delicious. I couldn't believe how easy they are to make. Great candy to make with children and grand children.


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20 Min
20 Min


How to Make Coated Marshmellows


  1. Melt your choice of white or chocolate almond bark. If using both melt in separate bowels.
  2. Place a verity of toppings in separate bowels. ie. toasted coconut, shredded coconut, crushed or chopped nuts, candy sprinkles.
  3. Pick up marshmallow with tooth pick. Roll it in melted almond bark then in choice of topping. Set on wax paper to cool.
  4. To make toasted coconut-- Place shredded coconut in Teflon skillet. place on stove on medium heat and stir constantly till desired color.

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About Coated Marshmellows

Course/Dish: Candies
Other Tag: For Kids
Hashtag: #marshmellows

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