Raise your hand if you love marshmallows! Don't we all? Turns out there are loads of things you can do with a marshmallow that is just as much fun as stuffing them in your mouth. A big old bag of Jet-Puffed is pretty cheap so there's no reason not to keep some on hand all the time. Regardless, I'm giving you 26 of them right here. Enjoy!
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Marshmallows are gluten-free so they are the perfect alternative to cake pops on your birthday.
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Winter or not, this guy is adorable!
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Launch those marshmallows right into your mouth with one of these fun creations. Kids love them!
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Keep s'mores from turning into a huge mess by making them in waffle cones. Yum!
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What a fun and unique way to decorate! Do you love it?
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All you need to make those sprinkles stick is some melted butter or runny frosting.
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Want s'more? Here you go!
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These are just as much fun to make as they are to eat!
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This snack is healthy with just a small amount of treat mixed in. What kid wouldn't gobble this up?
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You can't make fondant without marshmallows. Use food coloring to tint it fun colors.
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You have never tasted frosting that melts in your mouth like this one.
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My kids love this idea! Shoot mini marshmallows at eat other and then eat what's left. Awesome!
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Make any day a celebration with this yummy dip. It works great with strawberries and bananas.
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Kids eat paint. That's just a fact of life. Make it yummy and safe with this marshmallow paint.
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These are incredibly easy to make and you can cut them into whatever shape you want to.
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Here's another way to eat s'mores that isn't as messy as the original.
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Those fancy flowers are made from cut marshmallows. You can do it!
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I'd love to eat this right now! Wouldn't you?
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Are you seeing a trend here? You better be ready to make some s'mores soon.
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Jell-O is an easy way to make your marshmallows fun, bright colors for any holiday or event.
Your kids will have as much fun making these as they will stuffing them in their mouths.
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You can dip your marshmallows in lots of things. Chocolate, peanut butter, Nutella...whatever your little heart desires.
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I cannot even tell you how delicious this shake tastes!
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Stuff a marshmallow into your cupcake batter before baking and you get a gooey treat when you bite into them.
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Food coloring makes it easy to tint your marshmallows and make fun patterns with them.
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Can you think of anything more perfect for ending a meal? Neither can I.
Are you seeing marshmallows in a whole new light now? Which treat are you going to make first?
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