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I loved the reaction I got this week when I told the kids that I had made them homemade marshmallows. “Really – you can make marshmallows?” Keep in mind that these kids grew up with a mom who made everything. They weren’t asking whether I could make marshmallows but rather that marshmallows could be made at home. Frankly, I was just as amazed at how easy they were to whip up. A little play on words because that’s the trick – you should have a stand mixer to whip the hot syrup into the gelatin. It would be possible with a hand mixer but your arm would need a sling by the time you finished.

I started out intending to make a classic vanilla marshmallow thinking that I had all the required ingredients. WRONG! I had forgotten to buy corn syrup. First rule of thumb when you are cooking is to…

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