which size marshmallows for marshmallow fondant

by Liana
(BC, Canada)

I was wondering if there is an equivalent to using regular sized marshmallows compared to miniture ones. I haven't been able to find anything that says you can use the bigger ones instead. Thank you

From the editor:

Hi Liana,

You can absolutely use the bigger marshmallows. Just use the same amount, 16 ounces, and you'll be fine.

I often use the larger marshmallows and they work just as well. You may need to melt a little longer in the microwave, but that's it!

Regards,
Michelle (editor)

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