Recipe Roundup – Marshmallows – Bites From Other Blogs

Marshmallows.  There is something so simple yet so delish about marshmallows.   Let’s see what kind of fun things bakers and bloggers have whipped up with marshmallows…

My personal contribution (and possibly one of the greatest things I can think of eating) are my  chocolate dipped, caramel covered marshmallows – inspired by the amazing Tigger Tails at Disneyland (Pooh’s Corner – you have my heart).

Here are what others have done with marshmallows…

S’More Cookie Bites With Homemade Marshmallows From Ice Cream Before Dinner

Sweet Potato Donuts With Cinnamon Marshmallow Creme From My Fiance Likes It So It Must Be Good

Hi Hat Cupcakes From Tracey’s Culinary Adventures

Rocky Road Marshmallow Pops By Sweet Savory Life

Blonde Rocky Road From Piece Of Cake

Chocolate Marshmallow Whoopie Pies From Tracey’s Culinary Adventures

Homemade Marshmallows From Everyday Occasions

Caramel Wrapped Marshmallows From Not So Humble Pie

Marshmallow Brownies From Doughmestic

Chocolate Peppermint Marshmallow Pops From White On Rice Couple

Mexican Hot Chocolate Donuts With Toasted Marshmallow Frosting From Bakingdom

Chocolate Mousse Marshmallow Pie From Ohh, Look

Marshmallow Cups From An Edible Mosaic

Toasted Marshmallow Milk Shake From More Design Please

Marshmallow Kisses From Sweet Tooth

Marbled Chocolate Malt Marshmallows From Not So Humble Pie

Brownie Campfire Cake With Toasted Marshmallows And Hot Fudge From Recipe Girl

Marshmallow Treats From Foodie Reflections

Toasted Marshmallow Ice Cream From Healthy Food For Living

S’mores Pancakes With Marshmallow Sauce From Can You Stay For Dinner

Marshmallow Pops From Love From The Oven

Marshmallow Truffles From Stephanie’s Kitchen

Marshmallow Kabobs From The Decorated Cookie

Marshmallow Pretzel Pops From Korean American Mommy

Gluten Free Maple Sweet Potato Cheesecake With Sour Cream Marshmallow Topping From Eat The Love

Marshmallow Brownies From How Sweet It Is

Chocolate Chip Whoopie Pies With Marshmallow Filling From Confessions Of A Cookbook Queen

Gourmet Marshmallows From 240Sweet

Marshmallow Mish Mash From Foodie Reflections

Dress Up Those Marshmallows From Icing Designs

Marshmallow Fluff Frosting From Please Pass The Pie

Hot Chocolate & Melty Marshmallow Waffles From Cheeky Kitchen

Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Cookies From Rosa’s Yummy Yums

Peanut Butter And Jelly Marshmallow Torte From Lemonpi

Devil’s Food White Out Cake With Marshmallow Frosting From Scrumptious Photography

Marshmallow Pops From Kitchen Runway

Hummingbird Bakery Marshmallow Cupcakes From Good To Know Recipes

 Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn From Kokken 69

Comments

  1. says

    Rocky Road marshmallows are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! It’s so sensational. My kids are always asking for it, this is one of the best snacks. They are really addicted to mallows because it’s so soft and sweet.

  2. says

    After reading this post, I will go to sleep this evening on a bed of marshmallows. So much fluffy sugary goodness in one place. Well done!

  3. says

    Once again, you took one of my fave food groups and compiled an awesome post…you have done choc, white choc, PB, rocky road, now marshmallows… I heart you!

    JUST TODAY I bought a jar of marshmallow creme and yesterday I baked with a bag of ‘mallows. I love em!

  4. Valerie says

    You’ve done it again! Thanks for organizing this delicious post… now I must go clean the drool from my keyboard! ;-)

  5. Nicole says

    Heads up, the “chocolate kisses” attributed to Sweet Tooth are actually from Tartlette as part of the Daring Baker’s Mallowmar challenge. Tartlette has since changed her blog and moved her food pics to a photography site instead. Sweet Tooth links back to the Tartlette page but doesn’t actually share tips or recipe.

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