Marshmallow Fluff Recipe

Baking By sjbeatty8 Updated 21 Jun 2013 , 8:38pm by liz at sugar

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sjbeatty8 Posted 18 Apr 2007 , 1:51pm
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I want to make my own Marshmallow fluff.... does anyone have a recipe.. things I have tried get too sticky... more like a taffy.


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JanH Posted 18 Apr 2007 , 5:19pm
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Marshmallow Fluff website:
(History, recipes and more.)

Here are recipes to make your own fluff, marshmallows and more. icon_smile.gif

Marshmallow Creme:,1613,152170-233205,00.html
(Small recipe.)

Marshmallows & Marshmallow Creme:

How to Make Marshmallows & Related Articles:

Marshmallow Tutorial:

Low Carb Marshmallow Creme/Eggs Tutorial:

Make your own Marshmallow Peeps Tutorial:

Marshmallow Popcorn Balls:


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FunnyCakes Posted 24 Apr 2007 , 11:14am
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Good links.

Make sure to test your candy thermometer EVERY time before you use it by putting it in boiling water and reading the temp.

Since water boils at 212 degrees you should adjust the temp you are cooking to in your recipe by the amount your thermometer reads either higher or lower.

For instance, if your marshmallow creme recipe calls for you to cook the syrup to 236 degrees, and your thermometer registered 214 when you tested it in boiling water - you would need to cook to 238 degrees.

I have a feeling that your thermometer is doing just the opposite - it's registering lower than the actual temp needed to reach the cooking stage.

More over-, or under-, done candy recipes could be corrected if everyone just tested their thermometer EVERY time before they made the recipe.

Hope that helps. It did wonders for me.


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alecrim Posted 21 Jun 2013 , 7:16pm
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liz at sugar Posted 21 Jun 2013 , 8:38pm
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