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miniature colored marshmallows
crushed graham crackers
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
candied cherries, quartered
This is a recipe I have made every Christmas for the past 23 years I have been married, and was handed from my Grandmother before that. It is a "must" at the holidays, and will keep in the freezer, ready to be sliced, for months!
Didn't go as fast as I expected it to. Just wasn't to my family's liking.
When I made these for my fiance, she agreed to marry me.
I've been making this Christmas "cookie" ever since I was teeny-tiny. This recipe works with almost any kind of grahams you have on hand and it really dosen't have to be colored marshmallows. It's really up to you. I do suggest you don't chinze out and use cheap sweetened condensed milk because you'll have issues getting it to come together and for me, it just dosen't taste the same. This is also good if you use half coconut/half chopped pecans to roll the log in OR add about a half cup to the marshmallow mixture.
What can you say? Its a good, easy sweet and tasty treat! I served some and froze the other half. Held up great in the freezer, so handy. Thanks!
This is what my mom made every year for my birthday parties (but without the nuts and cheeries!). I have a bag of coloured marshmallows and decided to make some for my little girl but couldn't find the recipe. Thanks for posting it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 128
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