- 1 cup water (divided)
- 3 envelopes unflavored gelatin
- 2 cups sugar
- 1/2 cup light karo syrup
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons vanilla extract (or vanilla beans, almond, lemon, orange, or mint)
- marshmallows (To coat)
- 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
- 2 tablespoons cornstarch (optional)
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Erin H. 24 days ago
I’m not a marshmallow lover, I’ll be honest. I made this with my 5-year-old for my 5-year-old. However, these are amazing and Everyone I’ve given one to agrees (adults and kids). They are easy to make. They are light and fluffy and melt in your mouth. I’m obsessed. I want to say that I’ll never buy marshmallows again!
Jody 4 months ago
2 T of vanilla is too much for me. I use 2 tsp and these are fluffy and delish! I’ve been putting them in a jelly roll pan and using cookie cutters for fun shapes and giving as Christmas gifts with chocolate instead of frosted cookies
Laurana A. 5 months ago
these are amazing and so easy. if you use peppermint, 1/2 tsp of extract and 2 Tbsp of vanilla is perfect DO NOT use even 1 1/2 tsp of peppermint or the flavor is overwhelming
Lea 5 months ago
Totally worth making your own. Definitely takes longer than 20 minutes but worth it! Less than an hour of hands-on time. This recipe is heavy handed with the Vanilla. I’ve made them twice (once with 2 tsp and once with 1 T.) They were both delicious but you could definitely taste the vanilla strongly in the 1T version. I can’t imagine doing 2 full tablespoons! Dealer’s choice, though! Delicious!
Alex M. a year ago
They were great, made this recipe twice now. It gets tricky when you’re mixing but with an extra set of hands it’s way easier.