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love marshmellows but don't have a bonfire? try these^^
sometimes i decide i like marshmellows, like they are when still hot from the bonfire, soft, gooey and sweet inside, crispy and caramelized outside...yummm...stupid enough, i often get this need when there's no handy bonfire around. so i thought, if you can bake 'em in a bonfire, how about in an oven? but then how could i keep them together and not let them just melt and spill trough the entire oven...in a cupcake wrapper! these are crunchy and crispy on the outsides, and wonderfully gooey and sweet inside. they swell up when baked, too and then they look like cute little soufflés<3you can change them by adding for example chocolat, nuts, sugar(on top?) before baking. try to make different ones, otherwise they might get boring...and that's no good.
warning: i think they look great when done, but my friends and brother thinks they look gross. crazy people-.-'
have fun!

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  • How to make a marshmallow. Ovenny Marshmellows - Step 1
    Step 1

    in the add part i couldn't add everything...so for 1 serving you need:
    *1 oven(i used a hot air oven), pre-heat it to 200 degrees celcius
    *4 marshmellows(them white thingies in the picture), size: 3 x 2 x 2.5 cm. these have to be those thingies you melt above like, a bonfire or something
    *1 cupcake cup(that purple thingie on the picture) for about 3-4 marshmelows. i put in 4 in 1 cup. these cupc can be reusable, plastic, metal(but you cant get them out like cupcakes!)
    *1 spoon to eat the gooey bit

  • How to make a marshmallow. Ovenny Marshmellows - Step 2
    Step 2

    stuff the marshmellows in the cup. do not fill the cup up to the edges-it'll overflow. and then your oven becomes all icky and your kitchen will probably smell like burnt sugar.
    <--like that
    if you want to add anything, now is probably the best time.

  • How to make a marshmallow. Ovenny Marshmellows - Step 3
    Step 3

    bake it for 5-10 minutes, until it's nice and golden brown and caramelized on top, and puffed up. it should look like this...
    <---like the picture
    now, take your spoon...and eat it. it cools of fast, and becomes all chewy but still nice and tasty. in my case all edges go crispy, even those insinde the cup. you can eat it with your hands, but its real sticky so you'll allways have to lick your fingers clean after making and eating these.
    have a nice snack!
    suzi

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Black Fire
Black Fire · Shanghai, Shanghai, CN · 4 projects
This looks good. Easy breakfast? I think so....
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Jade W.
Jade W. · 2 projects
just tried it... soo yummyHappy thanks for sharingHappy!
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Suzi P.
Suzi P. · 12 projects
ooh pink and white marshmallows- i hadn't thought of that yet. i'm going to try that when i get my hands on some. i'm glad yu guys liked it Happy
x
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heySOULsista
heySOULsista · 2 projects
I did it with pink and white marshmallows and it tasted amazing! Brilliant recipie. Thanks x
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quirky been v.
quirky been v. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 8 projects
dont worry; they dont look gross!
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Suzi P.
Suzi P. · 12 projects
no worries, it's really easy^^
watch out though, after you get these out of the oven they sometimes deflate a bit.
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Luna's acesorios Lucii desu(L)
cute!!!X3 i want to make this for my cousin's birhtday^-^ i hope i can -_-
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Lizzy :3
Lizzy :3 · Los Angeles, California, US
this looks delicious... i really need to try this. only thing is, whenever i microwave a marshmallow, it exlpodes... im afraid to do that to my oven... O_o
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rabbitje
rabbitje · Nederland, Colorado, US · 41 projects
hee suzi das echt een super goed idee hoe kom je daarbij
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Medea
Medea · Berlin, Berlin, DE · 23 projects
great idea ^^
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