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marshmallows Sentence Examples

  • She sat across from him, cocoa with marshmallows before both of them.

  • Yeah. I like marshmallows.

  • He sipped his cocoa from a sticky cup filled half with marshmallows.

  • His eyes glowed as small marshmallows tumbled into his cup.

  • I didn't want to go to school today and stayed home but we're out of marshmallows and Gabriel doesn't have any money so I told him that we could ask you to pick up more marshmallows because we both really like them.

  • I'll bring you marshmallows.

  • You really let him eat that many marshmallows?

  • She visited the small café and dropped three boxed lunches into a tote bag along with extra cocoa and marshmallows in case Toby woke up soon.

  • "I forgot your cocoa and marshmallows in my suitcase at the castle," she said.

  • She sat across from him, cocoa with marshmallows before both of them.

  • Yeah. I like marshmallows.

  • He sipped his cocoa from a sticky cup filled half with marshmallows.

  • His eyes glowed as small marshmallows tumbled into his cup.

  • I didn't want to go to school today and stayed home but we're out of marshmallows and Gabriel doesn't have any money so I told him that we could ask you to pick up more marshmallows because we both really like them.

  • I'll bring you marshmallows.

  • You really let him eat that many marshmallows?

  • She visited the small café and dropped three boxed lunches into a tote bag along with extra cocoa and marshmallows in case Toby woke up soon.

  • "I forgot your cocoa and marshmallows in my suitcase at the castle," she said.

  • No marshmallows or video games or whatever it is kids like.  Why are you wearing a pink coat?

  • The Steigenberger's lamb cutlets were soft as marshmallows and followed by pineapple carpaccio.

  • chocolates with marshmallows.

  • Watch your guest's faces as they dip strawberries, marshmallows and mini doughnuts into warm cascading Belgian Chocolate.

  • igloos made from marshmallows.

  • It was so cold but we made a fire in the barbecue and toasted marshmallows, all good fun just lots of blankets required!

  • Parents and teachers are encouraged to play a full part (including eating the marshmallows!

  • One fun thing I did recently was build structures from toothpicks and marshmallows (I used the marshmallows as connectors ).

  • Nutty flavors and melted marshmallows, with just a hint of antique roses.

  • That way the only casualties of war would be global sugar supplies and all that wibbly-wobbly stuff that makes marshmallows squishy.

  • marshmallows cooked on a stick over the open fire.

  • marshmallows on a stick, he held them over the fire.

  • The nose is an appealing confection of pink marshmallows and the sugary mixture known as rainbow crystals.

  • You need 50g of apricots, 50g of raisins, 50g of glace cherries and 50g of mini white marshmallows.

  • Abbie had a school trip today, including a swamp walk which, along with roasting marshmallows, made it a great day out.

  • In winter, they'll let you toast marshmallows on the fire.

  • You'll need to choose the foods you want to dip, such as pretzels, fruit, animal crackers, marshmallows, or biscotti.

  • For a backyard camp-out, keep it simple and plan to cook hotdogs and marshmallows over a hot grill or fire pit (if zoning allows) on a long skewer.

  • Papasan camp chairs can give you a comfortable place to sit around the fire while you're roasting your marshmallows and telling stories.

  • You can use it as a chiminea to make a fire and roast marshmallows, [or it] can be used as a grill to make hotdogs and hamburgers.

  • Who doesn't appreciate a dessert-gone-dinner side, covered with crispy browned marshmallows?

  • She stated that providing a bonfire for roasting hotdogs and marshmallows, as well as creating a dance area on a carport or garage was an inexpensive fun way to host a great party.

  • Perfect for distracting a small group of youth, all you need for this fun activity is a big bag of marshmallows and a bag of pretzel sticks.

  • Show the kids how they can build houses, animals and stick figures by skewering the marshmallows with the pretzels and fashioning them into a variety of shapes.

  • Marshmallows, Jell-o and some yogurts and desserts contain gelatin, made from animal bones.

  • Buttercream fondant contains corn syrup and salt, and marshmallow fondant includes mini marshmallows.

  • Decorating an Easter bunny cake with marshmallows is a great holiday activity for kids that serves two purposes - it keeps them busy during the rainy spring days and you end up with a delicious dessert decorated for the Easter holiday.

  • It is very simple to decorate an Easter bunny cake with marshmallows.

  • This is so it can support the weight of all of the marshmallows.

  • Add in the bunny face and ear details before you begin covering the bunny in marshmallows.

  • Place mini pink marshmallows inside the bunny's ears.

  • Add mini white marshmallows to the rest of the bunny cake.

  • Use cut red or black licorice to make the u-shape for the bunny's mouth on top of the marshmallows.

  • If you or the kids make a mistake or want to adjust the spacing of the marshmallows, make sure it is done soon after completing the Easter bunny cake.

  • Bunny cake designs with marshmallows do not have to be covered in them in order to be festive.

  • Consider just using marshmallows for the inner ears or as the eyes and nose.

  • Outline an Easter bunny shape on top of a rectangular cake and filling in the outline with marshmallows.

  • Purchase bunny shaped marshmallows and add them to the top of a cake frosted with a grass tip.

  • Pastel colored marshmallows can also provide a unique twist to the traditional bunny cake.

  • Pick up a bag of pastel marshmallows and make mini Easter bunny face cakes.

  • Finally, keep in mind that marshmallows can be used in Easter cupcake decorating ideas too.

  • Use the marshmallows to create fluffy bunny ears and a tail on cupcakes to serve at brunch, take to work or send to a classroom party.

  • Pajamas adorned with pine trees, marshmallows, snowmen, and even hefty little Santas will fulfill their holiday purpose.

  • If you don't see yourself cooking more than marshmallows on your outdoor fire, the fire pit idea is a good one, and shouldn't cost much money.

  • Sitting around the fire at night, singing campfire songs and roasting marshmallows are the stuff of which many scouting memories are made.

  • The ghost stories will run out and the marshmallows will all be eaten.

  • Now it's time to toast some marshmallows.

  • If you plan to do much campfire cooking, and you don't want to limit your culinary efforts to hot dogs and marshmallows, it's a good idea to start taking an adjustable grill along when you go camping.

  • Consider taking a package of marshmallows that can be roasted and enjoyed after dinner.

  • To make these, you'll need graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate bars.

  • S'mores are a traditional campfire dessert made of graham crackers, melted marshmallows and chocolate bars.

  • Skewers, also known as camping forks, to cook hot dogs and marshmallows takes up a lot less space than a grill, skillet, tongs, and metal spatula.

  • If you will be cooking hot dogs, smoked sausage, or marshmallows over your open fire, you will need a long handled camping fork so that you can safely hold the item(s) you are cooking over the flame.

  • Hotdogs, hamburgers and marshmallows are the most popular meal for camp cooking over an open fire.

  • String popcorn, cranberries, or mini marshmallows together to make a rustic looking garland.

  • Snowman Poop: Add a clip art image of a snowman and a tag that says "Snowman Poop" to a bag of mini marshmallows for a gift that's sure to be a hit with young children.

  • Cuddled together by a warm fire and roasting marshmallows, enjoying the clean air and rustic smells, makes for a uniquely romantic date idea.

  • Many classic candied sweet potato recipes call for marshmallows, brown sugar, butter or margarine, and spices.

  • However, some brands of marshmallows contain gluten, so it is important to read the ingredients list or contact the manufacturer if you are unsure.

  • Getting settled into a decent bedtime after chasing fireflies and roasting marshmallows all summer can be difficult.

  • Melt the margarine in a no-stick pan, and add the entire bag of marshmallows.

  • Stir over medium heat until the marshmallows have completely melted.

  • At preschool age, your child will recognize if his friend Matt has more marshmallows than he does.

  • Sing songs around the campfire, roast marshmallows, and even sleep out of your tent under the stars if the mosquitoes aren't swarming.

  • The kids have to go down and back with the spoon and the four marshmallows without dropping them.

  • Jim, who was a vegetarian, passed on the hot dogs, and instead grabbed his own stick from near his tent to toast a few marshmallows.

  • And of course, roast marshmallows over your fireplace with a shared bottle of wine.

  • Fun family activities include cooking over the campfire, playing flashlight games and roasting marshmallows.

  • Pour the mixture into a soufflé dish or casserole dish and top with mini marshmallows.

  • There are many variations to the recipe, including adding orange juice to flavor the mixture, using light brown sugar instead of optional light or dark, and topping with walnuts instead of marshmallows.

  • You can make it as simple as pound cake layered with berries and whipped cream, or as complex as a dark chocolate pudding served with big marshmallows, small cookies and strawberries for a cold take on chocolate fondue.

  • Beach party food can be as simple as hotdogs and marshmallows for a bonfire, (make sure you are allowed to build a fire, however, before you make this part of your party plans), or as elaborate as a tropical buffet.

  • Add chips, marshmallows, and coolers full of drinks, and you're ready to go.

  • For each place setting, put together small edible snowmen with marshmallows held together by toothpicks and decorated with small candies.

  • Orange liqueur flamed chocolate fondue is served with strawberries, apples, melon, banana, pineapple, pound cake, and marshmallows.

  • Dessert fondues include caramel, peanut butter and dark chocolate and are served with bananas, apples, strawberries, oranges, pound cake, chocolate wafers and marshmallows.

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