Marshmallow seems to find its way into a lot of sweet treats. We've found several recipes marshmallow-lovers must try.
Let your creative side out with these crafty candies. Make it into an activity for kids of all ages to decorate their own dreidels.
Shape marshmallow-coated crisp rice cereal in ghost shapes, then coat with white candy for a merry, not so scary, Halloween party treat.
Great for gift-giving, homemade marshmallows are a fun do-it-yourself project that you can customize with favorite flavors and colors.
Pudgy cocoa cookies topped with roly-poly marshmallows, crisp pecans, and a decadent drizzle of caramel form an intriguingly ingenious treat. The cookie recipe can be made and frozen up to three months.
For these sweet treats, an orange-flavored marshmallow filling is coated with thin layers of chocolate. Use different shapes for different holidays.
Way easier than cookies! Simply dip marshmallows in melted chocolate, then decorate to fit the holiday or party theme.
Showy and alluring, these candy-coated-cherry bites are bound to disappear from your dessert tray in a flash. This is a great cookie recipe to make with children.
An elegant cloak of chocolate luxuriously encloses a toasty nut and celestial marshmallow mousse in this luscious cookie recipe.
Kids love helping decorate for holidays. These marshmallow ghosts make a fun snack at a Halloween party.
These chocolate truffle-like candies taste sophisticated enough for adults, but kids love to eat the "rocks" too. Please everyone when you serve the gravel at your next Halloween party.
Packaging as a gift? Attach a label instructing each recipient to wrap the marshmallow sticks in airtight containers to store.