Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Tip #2: Let Your Marshmallow Breathe

Making your own marshmallow? Congratulations!

We’ve got a tip to help you get the most out of your time and product. Don’t store your marshmallow too quickly! Be sure marshmallow is completely at room temperature before cutting and packaging. Marshmallow needs to breathe for a while or else the warmth may create moisture and you may experience mold on your product. A general rule of thumb is to let marshmallow sit overnight before cutting it and storing it. Also, think about what you are dusting your marshmallow with. Corn starch doesn’t allow it to continue to breath once packaged. Other options? We hear toasted coconut is pretty tasty!

If you have some marshmallow tips to share, please leave a comment! We want to create a community of sharing here at the RCI Tip of the Week blog. 

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