[CnD] Marshmallow Equivalents, Large Vs. Mini

Nancy Martin nancyam1111 at att.net
Mon Feb 13 03:37:09 GMT 2012


Hi,
I appreciate these equivalents and find them interesting as well as helpful.
However, for a jar of marshmallow cream, how would that substitution work? I
realize there are 7 and 9-ounce jars. How many mini or large marshmallows
would a jar of cream equal?
Thanks in advance,
Nancy Martin
Oklahoma

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[mailto:cookinginthedark-bounces at acbradio.org] On Behalf Of Jean Hunt
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Subject: Re: [CnD] Marshmallow Equivalents, Large Vs. Mini

There are 40 large mellos in a bag that weights the same as one pkg of small
mellows. So in either case one bag is one bag  

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I thought of that, but I don't have a kitchen scale to weigh them.

It's honestly not a big deal, I just wanted to make rice krispy treats, but
I only have large mallows, not minis. The recipe I have calls for 1 bag of
minis.

Rhonda

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Subject: Re: [CnD] Marshmallow Equivalents, Large Vs. Mini


If you have a way,weigh them. That way, if the recipe calls for a bag of
small ones, make the weight of the large ones the same.
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Subject: Re: [CnD] Marshmallow Equivalents, Large Vs. Mini


> The fudge recipe that has been in our family for years calls for 20 large,
> or 100 small marshmallows.  Based on that, the ratio would be 5 small
> equals 1 large.  I don't know, though, how many are in a package of large
> ones. HTH.
>
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>> Does anyone know approximately how many large marshmallows I would
>> substitute for a package of mini marshmallows?
>>
>> Rhonda
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