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The first time I heard of this I just couldn’t believe it. I had to try – and it really works!
There are so many recipes that I use that call for marshmallow cream. Seriously, I’ve considered taking out a loan to buy stock in the white, fluffy goodness. Okay, maybe I’m not that far off the deep end, but I do use marshmallow fluff in a lot of desserts.
I’ve found that making my own fluff is much easier and less expensive than purchasing it every week. Do you want to know something else? It only takes TWO ingredients to whip up a batch of ooey, gooey marshmallow madness. I am not kidding! Just two ingredients! You are going to be so super surprised at what they are your head just might spin.
The best part is – this recipe really makes the most perfect, fluffy marshmallow cream you could think of. I guarantee, if you give this one a try you will never go back to your old ways again!
Recipe courtesy of Chocolate Covered Katie.
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Quick Tip: Add some vanilla for flavor!