Deep Fried Marshmallows

DeepFried Marshmallow2Holy cow.  Inspired by an Instrgram post, I decided to see if, in fact, Sweet Jumbles marshmallows could be deep fried.  It took more than one effort, but the ultimate answer is – YES!  

These are easy, and likely rely on ingredients you already have on hand (assuming you have Sweet Jumbles marshmallows on hand, which I’m sure you do *wink*).  Recipe can be easily adjusted to make more.

Deep Fried Sweet Jumbles Marshmallows

  • Servings: 3
  • Difficulty: easy
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DeepFried Marshmallow

vegetable or canola oil
3 Sweet Jumbles marshmallows (flavor of your choice)
1 large egg
½ c milk
1 ¼ c complete pancake mix


  • Heat oil in a deep pan.  If you prefer to use a more shallow pan, that will work and you will just have to fry one side at  time.
  • Combine egg, milk, and pancake mix to form a batter.  This should be slightly thicker than typical pancake batter.  If not, add a bit more of the dry mix.
  • Coat marshmallows with the batter, being sure to cover all sides.  It’s easiest to use your hands here, and just accept the mess.
  • Drop your batter-coated marshmallow in the hot oil.  If the oil is deep enough to fully submerge the marshmallow, simply wait about 20-30 seconds (depending on the heat) until the marshmallow is golden – don’t let it burn!  If your oil does not cover the entire marshmallow, turn to fry each side.  Remove from oil with a slotted spoon and drain on a paper towel.
  • Serve warm and eat as-is or garnish with any variety of typical sundae toppings – whipped cream, chocolate syrup, sprinkles, caramel, etc.

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