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Dehydrated Marshmallows

Submitted by: astrid on February 7, 2011
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Dehydrated Marshmallows

Don’t you just hate those sticky old marshmallows? I love the dry ones. Actually, I keep the bag open on purpose so they dehydrate naturally or pick them out of the bag of Lucky Charms cereal.

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Difficulty: Easy

Servings: 1 bag

Cook Time: depends on your dehydrator  

Ingredients

1 bag of marshmallows


Directions

Spread marshmallows on the trays of the dehydrator. Turn the machine on and let them dry for a couple of hours.


Mine takes about 4 hours. The inside is still a little bit gummy, but when cooled, they are hard.

Categories: Appetizers & Snacks, Dehydrating

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  1. 2-11
    10:15
    pm

    Yep, it works! I kept it under 105 degrees. I was afraid of them melting down over my mung beans, lol. I’m not sure what I’ll do with them, but thought I’d try it anyway. Thanks.

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