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A 7.5 oz jar = 32 large marshmallows. 1 large marshmallow = 13 mini marshmallows so a 7.5 oz jar would be equal to approximately 400 mini marshmallows.
One 7oz. Jar of Marshmallow creme is equivalent to 2 cups of miniature marshmallows. One large marshmallow is equivalent to 10 (ten) miniature marshmallows. So for 8oz. of marshmallow creme you would use 2 cups and just under 1/2 cup of miniature marshmallows. ( 1.75 oz. of creme is equal to 1/2 cup of mini marshmallows)
After opening the jar, yes.
Marshmallow Creme Marshmallow cream is a whipped, spreadable version of puffy marshmallows used in making fudge, frostings and other confections. Equivalents 7 oz. jar, 2 1/8 cups Substitutions For 1 cup marshmallow cream heat 16 large or 160 miniature marshmallows + 2 tsp corn syrup in the top of a double boiler. I don't know if this will help or not, but that's the only substitute that I know of.
Hi, the Kraft 13oz Marshmallow Cream jar has exactly 3 cups of sticky, sugary goodness. :)
One jar (7 1/2-oz.) measures approximately 2 1/2 cups and equals about 32 marshmallows. This is from the Yummybook downloaded from the marshmallow fluff website under Recipes. http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/pages/homepage.html
A cup is 8 ounces, so a 7 ounce jar is 7/8th of a cup.
the force of the air pulls on the marsh mellow causing it to expand
1) Story Telling 2) Guess how many marshmallows in the jar 3) Someone thinks of a number and doesnt tell anyone and whoever guesses it wins a marshmallow and it is their turn. 4) Make up your own games - its way more fun than you think!
2 1 pint = 2 cups 1 cup = 0.5 pint
About 2 bags
Medicinal and cosmetic creams are often intended for specific uses and specific parts of the body. Unless protective gloves are worn, handling the jar with cream outside will result in the cream on the hands where it may not be desired. A cream can make the outside of the jar slippery, more difficult to handle, and increase the risk of the jar slipping, falling and breaking, resulting in the cream spreading to places where it was not intended to be.
Sure, although the consistency is a bit softer. try setting them in the fridge to get them to harden. deliciouso! MARSHMALLOW TREATS 5 c. Rice Krispies 1/4 c. butter 7 oz. jar marshmallow creme. Melt butter in 3 quart saucepan. Add marshmallow creme and cook over low heat, stirring constantly until marshmallow creme and butter are well blended. Remove from heat. Add Rice Krispies and stir until well coated with mixture. Press warm marshmallow treat mixture lightly into a buttered 13 x 9 inch pan. Cut into squares when cool. Yield 24 (2 inch) squares
To make ice cream at home, you need an ice cream machine. You can also use a big tub of ice. You will add ingredients (water, sugar, flavoring and heavy cream) to a jar, close the jar, shake it up and then put it in the ice. From there, it will make ice cream.
When you measure marshmallow creme, measure by 2 cups in a pint rather than 16 oz. in a pint (Which is a liquid measure.) A 7 oz. jar is about 2 cups. That is what to use in fudge recipes like Mamie Eisenhower's Million Dollar Fudge.
purple because ice cream does not have bones
The best sweets to put in a big jar for your best friend\'s 12th birthday are the ones he likes best. You can also add marshmallows and licorice sticks.
Depends on big (or little) the jar is. ...or it depends how many cookies are actually in the jar!
at the super market or at the medical care stores