How many ounces are in a pint of marshmallow creme?
By Louise from Saylorsburg, PA
Hello There is 16 ozs. in a pint no matter how it is measured.
A pint-sized jar of marshmallow cream is about 7 ounces.
A pint's a pound the world around.
What do you readers thin about substituting 7 ounces of creame for 7 ounces of marshmallows? Seems like it would work. If you don't have a scale I recommend one for all kinds of cooking. Please let me know what you think about an ounce per ounce substitution?
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How many cups is 7 ounces of marshmallow cream?
Granny from Baytown, TX
There are 8 oz in a cup, so 7 oz is just aa oz less than a cup. (12/20/2006)
On logic, 7 ozs. is 1 ounce less than a cup. But if you've ever looked at a jar of marshmallow creme, it's bigger than a cup. Check the nutrition panel for how many ounces, servings, etc. Or just measure it out yourself, just to prove us wrong. I didn't look here to post, I wanted to see what everyone else said. (12/22/2006)
Marshmallow creme is not going to weigh the same as water because it is much lighter, so a 7 oz. jar = 2 1/8 cups
The fluff website says: A cup of fluff weighs slightly more than 3 oz. A 7 1/2 oz. jar contains about 2 1/2 cups, and a 16 oz. container has about 5 cups. (11/06/2008)