Re-Living the Magic of the Marshmallow Puff

Pinterest is my second favorite social media site. It has given my blog more views then any other site.

Magic Marshmallow Puffs were my first viral pin on Pinterest! It had 4 re-pins!

No joke - after that it spread like wild fire, becoming my most viewed post for months.

That was 2 years ago.

Recently I have been looking back at older posts to see how far I've come and the magic marshmallow puffs just stood out and I realized they had a lot of potential to be more! 

I remember the first time I found Jus-Rol's Croissants, I was so excited that I bought like 4 of them, it was just something I had missed from home. 

It was difficult to decide there is so many different things that could be added besides the classic cinnamon and sugar combo! 

Here is a list of my ideas: 
  • a teaspoon of homemade butterscotch and marshmallow
  • 1 Cadbury Mini Cream Egg and marshmallow 
  • 1 Rolo or Munchie and marshmallow 
  • a teaspoon of jam/marmalade and marshmallow 
  • a teaspoon of Nutella or Lotus Spread and marshmallow 
  • a square of chocolate, a golden graham, and marshmallow (S’more puff)
  • a teaspoon of pie filling and marshmallow
  • a teaspoon each of peanut butter and jam and marshmallow (PB&J sandwich puff)
I went with the Cadbury Mini Cream Egg and the homemade butterscotch and it did not disappoint. 

Magic Marshmallow Puffs (re-visited)

1 pkg of Jus Rol Croissants (6 croissants)
6 marshmallows 
3 Cadbury Mini Creme Eggs
3 tsp of homemade butterscotch

Lightly grease 6 cups of a muffin pan and preheat the oven to 190C/350F. 
Unroll the triangles, place a marshmallow and other filling (in this case a Mini Cream Egg and a teaspoon of butterscotch) in the middle of the triangle and fold the points up.
Place them seam side up in the prepared muffin pan. 
Bake for 10-12 minutes.

You could add a frosting if you'd like. I don't think these ones needed it, as they were sweet enough! They are really like magic as they are effortless and delicious!

Jus-Rol sells all sorts of different pre-made pastry that takes the stress out of being creative with flavors and experimenting!

notes: In association with Jus-Rol. See my contact/policy page for further information. In the USA these croissants are the same as Pillsbury's Crescent Rolls. Are you on Pinterest? Follow me and I’ll follow you back! 

1 comment:

  1. I have always wanted to make these! I love the variations!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings


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