By Kevin Williams
Marshmallows are a sweet staple in Amish kitchens, especially around Christmas, when they find their way into fudges and cookies, and pies. I’m not someone who particularly enjoys eating a marshmallow straight out of the bag. There’s just too little payoff to enduring chewing through the sweet, spongy, sticky glob. But if you combine marshmallows with a cookie or a brownie, well, now you’re talking!
EDITOR’S PICK – AMISH MARSHMALLOW PIE – This has become a holiday favorite in our household. It is a beautiful pie and will satisfy,but not overpower, any sweet tooth! Click here for the recipe.
CHOCOLATE CHIP MARSHMALLOW BARS – Okay, the photo is horrible, but the dessert really did taste awesome and if you cut them, put them on a pretty plate, etc, they’ll look as good as they taste! Click here for the recipe.
AMISH CHOCOLATE MARSHMALLOW COOKIES: These really are some amazing cookies and I’d definitely encourage you to try them this December! Click here.
MENNONITE MARSHMALLOWS: This is a wonderful sounding treat from the talented team at Mennonite Girls Can Cook! Check out these homemade “marshmallows.” Yum, they say this is a wonderful Christmas treat! Click here.
HOMEMADE “CLOTHESPINS” – Try these marshmallowy bites of bliss that I stumbled upon in an Amish bakery! Click here.
S’MORES COOKIE BARS – Check out this recipe from Mandy at The Amish Side of Me. Click here.
STALE MARSHMALLOWS? – And…a bonus, check out a post that Patricia did at the Patchwork Quilt site about how to soften up hard, seemingly stale marshmallows…fascinating post, click here.