How to Store Marshmallows


What is the best way to store marshmallows?

Susan from Waynesville, GA



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By Angela 1 2 12/14/2007

I store them in a ziplock bag with a few crackers in there. Works for me :)

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By Abby (Guest Post) 12/14/2007

I store my marshmallows in the freezer.I never have a hard marshmallow, and best of all they always taste fresh. I have some in there now that are over one year old.

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By Michawn 18 488 12/14/2007

In a pan with butter and rice krispies! Good question though, we usually don't have them around long enough to get dry, if they do we use them for krispy treats.

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By Winterbird (Guest Post) 12/14/2007

I store mine in the bag, then place in freezer container and freeze. They will keep along time in freezer.

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By Cathy (Guest Post) 12/14/2007

I store marshmallows in the freezer! When I need them, I open the bag (ziplock or the original bag with a twisty-tie) and take out the number I need. It takes just a few minutes for them to thaw out, and they are as fresh as they were the day I bought them.

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By aardvark (Guest Post) 12/14/2007

Hahahaha--I was think like the other responder--in your tummy! or in s'mores!

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By Harlean from Arkansas 139 417 12/14/2007

I open the bag as soon as I get home from the store, pour the entire bag into a gallon size ziplock, and add about 2 Tablespoons confectioner's sugar. Zip the bag and shake to coat the marshmallows. They will stay soft, and not stick together for a long time.
Harlean from Arkansas

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By Keeper 58 1,056 02/13/2008

8-( now y'all tell me. I just threw out 2 holiday bags full.Day late and a dollar short. I sure will remember all your tips. Thanks

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