Assorted Dehydrated Marshmallow Bits Project #1: S’mores Bars Party Style

A couple weeks back I asked for ideas about what to make with 2 lbs of mini Lucky Charms-esque marshmallows, and I got some great suggestions in the comments. And now I’m reporting back with the first project!

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I’m calling this S’mores Bars Party Style. I followed Joy the Baker’s recipe for S’mores Icebox Candy Bars, suggested by Suzanne, and I just substituted the colorful marshmallows for the standard mini white variety. (That’s what makes it “party style.”)

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Note to self: Wax paper may not always be an OK substitute for parchment paper.

The results were interesting—not exactly delicious, but kind of addictive. I think this has less to do with marshmallows and everything to do with 3+ sticks of butter. If I hadn’t told our guests that these were supposed to be reminiscent of s’mores, I don’t think they would have gotten that. It actually could have used more marshmallows, although I felt like I used more than the recipe called for.

This might be ideal as a super-easy sleepover treat. It was also pretty great paired with gourmet ice cream. I’m calling it a moderate success.

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Thank you to Suzanne for her suggestion! I’d love to find more to make with my marshmallows. What should I make next? Let’s make the next project a little more out there!

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4 thoughts on “Assorted Dehydrated Marshmallow Bits Project #1: S’mores Bars Party Style

  1. why dont you use them as a garland? you could use it on a christmas tree or on a tree outside for the birds? :)

  2. Maybe you just need to take the inspiration to be more mocki like. And knit yourself cereal inspired by the mochi…. What personality does the clover have… Is he really that lucky or it’s just a image created by his agent….

  3. I vote for dehydrated marshmallow ice cream! I think they would be awesome mixed into just about any ice cream base… I wonder how the texture would change once frozen.

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