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Gingerbread Marshmallows?

By Nicole Celli, Editorial Intern

December 3rd, 2010

I spotted these gingerbread marshmallows for the first time on Sugar Plum, and am very intrigued.

I'm generally not the biggest fan of marshmallows, unless they're homemade on a Hot Chocolate Layer Cake or in a s'more. But gingerbread flavored marshmallows? That is something I have to try.

Has anyone used these before? Any good recipe suggestions?

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Comments (5)

tqmommy writes: OMG SMORES and as a topper for sweet potato casserole. A little nutmeg is a nice addition to the cinnamon in the casserole - but so unexpected when you prepare this. I search these out this time of year. Not bad as a snack at night on a skewer over the burner ;)
Posted: 10:55 pm on December 20th

nanoscapes writes: I have made Ginger Chilee Krispee Treats for years. I can't wait to add another layer of ginger flavor. Try them: Posted: 12:01 pm on January 26th

bree11 writes: I just made rice crispy treats with them and added some choc chips. They turned out really good, but I think they would be good with a little cinnamon added too! Just a thought. Posted: 3:06 pm on December 9th

LouisvilleFoodGeek writes: Dip them in chocolate fondue, what else is there to do with marshmallows??? :-) Posted: 8:41 am on December 7th

dlmphoto writes: I was addicted to brown butter and sea salt rice crispy treats last year, maybe these would make an interesting addition, depends on how fake they taste. Add a little ground ginger if it needs a boost? Make them thin and cut them out in their obvious shape. Chocolate chips and red hots to decorate. Posted: 9:45 am on December 4th

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