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Preserving marshmallows

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Ive recently gotten into a marshmallow making kick and am wondering how to better preserve them. Currently, using organic, non-HFCS ingredients, they hold about a week at room temp. I want to ship some across the country to family but they might have much time left when they arrive. What could I add, or change in my process, that could extend their shelf lives?

Mark
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Hi Mark,

 

Isn't making Marshmallows fun ??  I love it too.  I would think that since Marshmallows has a lot of sugar,  I would think that they do not go bad quickly.  I know with candy it will take some time.  I don't think you need to preserve them since they are dry,  but here is what I found (web link below photo):

 

BTW,  I made these a few months ago.  I like the recipe that calls for egg whites..:

 

marshmallows.jpg

 

 

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/435889

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