Ultra-sweet, one-dimensional candies aren’t my thing. However, toast a marshmallow to golden perfection, pair it with graham crackers and Hershey’s chocolate, and I’ll come running before your campfire toasting twig has a chance to cool. Yet when I was getting ready to host a s’mores-making party a few years back, I couldn’t pull the trigger on the JetPuff purchase.
My awareness of what goes into processed food has grown exponentially since my days around the Camp Longhorn fire, and tetrasodium pyrophosphate and Blue 1 (aren’t marshmallows white?) aren’t things I want in my marshmallows. Homemade aren’t just better because they’re additive free; they’re also fun to make and toast like a dream.
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