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Easy Marshmallow Pinwheels

Easy Marshmallow Pinwheels recipe
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Kids love this easy treat! A mixture of marshmallows melted in flavored gelatin is chilled in a pan, then rolled up and sliced into wiggly pinwheels.
10 min
57 min
About 5 servings, 3 pinwheels each
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This is absolutely for the kids - I though they were weird, my daughter LOVES them.
I have made this recipe many many times and my kids love it! Big hit at the bake sales at school. I do it in seasonal colors for big holidays such as red and blue for 4th of July, pastels for Easter, and red and green for Christmas. The purple and orange even go great for Halloween! Odd times I do it in school colors or just a mix of many. Very versitile and easy to make.
Very fun to make. Made these for my son's birthday, in about 6 different flavors, and they were a big hit with the kids. I'm sure I'll be making them again for my kid(s) in the future!
I made this recipe exactly as directed and it turned out tasting horrible. I will not make this again!!!!!!
the kids loved it. i used cherry flavored jello. They said it tasted like cherry marshmallows. I also had a bit of a problem keeping them rolled. Also, mine were very greasy, from the cooking spray.
This recipe is wonderful-kids and adults love it! It is so easy to make and looks (and tastes) like you spent so much more time than you really did!
I thought that they were fun to make, but I had a hard time getting them to stay rolled. They were a big hit!
The pinwheels are super easy to make. I even made roses out of some, which are awesome for garnishes.
I remember making this recipe when I was a little girl with my Mom. Now that I am 22 I am glad I have ran into this recipe again! I love the dessert! You'll enjoy it!
Approximately 11 years ago my daughter (age 7 at the time) made these as a 4-H Food exhibit for our county Fair and received a Champion Ribbon for them. I haven't even though of the recipe for years. I'm glad I found it again. Thank you, I will have fun making them with my granddaughter.
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