Marshmallow Easter Eggs
Total TimePrep: 45 min. + standing Cook: 15 min.
MakesAbout 3 dozen
You don't need to waste the flour if you use a plastic egg to make the molds. Just sift out the marshmallow pieces and reuse it.
I do not Understand wasting on the Flour ?? *Why not find a egg mold and dust with flour put in fridge to cool and set thendo all the other steps as suggested on the recipe ?I truly would like to understand all the 8 pounds of FLOUR WastedSo Please Enlighten Me, I've read 4 times the Recipe and the only thing I understandabout the flour is to make an Egg Form and then Pour Marshmallow Mixtureinto the *Flour Mould* *Egg Form** Why not use Confectioner Sugar for the basic that does the same as flourexcept it is a sugar coating instead of flour
I've made this every year since it was published. My girls love helping me make them, and we all enjoy eating them. They are delicious. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.
I have used several different recipes to make marshmallows and this is by far the best and the easiest. I must confess, though that I pour mine into a 13X 9 pan and use small cookie cutters to shape the marshmallows, or cut them into squares. I also use vanilla bean paste in place of the vanilla because I like the look of the tiny vanilla bean flecks in the candy
This recipe came out in the April/May 2003 issue of Taste of Home and I made it for Easter. Now my family will not settle for anything else!! They are time consuming, but worth every minute. None of my friend can believe I make marshmallow eggs, even the marshmallow, from scratch!
I recommend using a plastic egg, and sifting the flour later for future use. It's a waste to throw away so much ingredients, just to make this candy.
it is wonderful recipe ..thank you so much for the good job
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