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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Homemade Christmas Gift

Homemade Marshmallows recipe can be found
on the Martha Stewart site.  (Link below)
I have a great idea for a really unique Christmas gift for you to give to the Women you Visit Teach or to a neighbor, friend or whomever.  One year my sister sent me a recipe for homemade marshmallows and I made them one day.   Oooh, they were sooooo yummy.  I was thinking that they could be cut into shapes using cookie cutters too. 

On the Martha Stewart site, they have some freshly cut Marshmallow's sacked in cellophane bags. (see picture above)  They can be eaten plain or plopped into a cute mug of hot chocolate.  This would be such a great and unique gift. Everybody gives hot chocolate mix for gifts, but  how fun would it be to include a bag of homemade marshmallows and maybe tie on the recipe, because they will want it after tasting them only once!!!

This is the link to the recipe and image
Have fun with this and take a picture of your marshmallows in a bag and email it to me.
Enjoy!  Katie G

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