This month we have another cookie featured for our marshmallow series. This recipe takes the typical s’more ingredients (chocolate, marshmallow, and graham cracker) and combines them into a cookie. Continue reading
Granola Bars are a great on-the-go snack, and they are surprisingly easy to make. This crunchy granola bar recipe only has a handful of ingredients, and is much healthier than the store-bought version. These granola bars are very similar to the Nature Valley Crunchy products that you may be familiar with. Continue reading
Summer is all about ice cream. Ok, actually ice cream is a focus of mine year-round. But, in the summertime it seems to be a shared obsession rather than just me. So, for this month’s marshmallow recipe, I’ve pulled together some typical summer treats: sweet ice cream, campfire s’mores, and funnel cake from the fair! Continue reading
This month, we’ve created a delicious s’mores skillet, bringing the melty-chocolate-marshmallow right into your kitchen. This easy, 3-ingredient recipe requires only one dish, too – a skillet. It’s super easy. And, you can customize the size of this recipe to suit your needs. I have a mini skillet and made a single-serving. But, use a large skillet and this can easily serve as a dessert dip at a party! Continue reading
Happy July 4 weekend! Did you get your marshmallows to toast over the campfire? All of our summer Sweet Jumbles flavors are now for sale!
Our marshmallow recipe for July is a Fluffernutter Quesadilla. These are so easy! Our recipe uses chunky peanut butter and vanilla marshmallows. However, you could easily replace the chunky peanut butter with creamy peanut butter, Nutella, or Biscoff. And, numerous marshmallow flavors could also be easily substituted.
2 T peanut butter
1 Sweet Jumbles marshmallow, cut into 6 pieces
1 flour tortilla (taco size)
This month’s special Sweet Jumbles marshmallow recipe is for Marshmallow Popcorn. You know when you buy that “fancy” popcorn that is all caramel-y and delicious? Well, this tastes exactly like that. It’s easy and fun and destroys the healthier aspect of regular popcorn. Continue reading