Old Fashioned Marshmallow Filled Ice Cream Cones — 11 Comments

  1. Hi! I was wondering, would I be able to make these a day in advance for a party? Would they hold their shape and stay fresh for 24 hours? Thanks!

  2. Ma’am, you are a God send. God bless you.

    I have been looking for this recipe to make myself since I am too much of a cheapskate to buy this candy from this expensive Asian grocery store. I have also tried finding this specific candy FOR AGES. Nothing.

    I’ll be back to post my results, even if I’m still not sure if this will work since I am NOT a baker. Have a good wait.

  3. Hello,
    I want to say thank you so much for posting this recipe this was one of my favorite candies as a kid I am now 51yrs young 😂 but here in ohio or where I’m at it is super hard to find out local mom and pop shos don’t carry the nastalgia candies anymore or as I go online and then prices are crazy nuts so I have been experimenting with regular marshmallow recipe umm so good but it is not these I looked atyour recipe u shared and ya there’s a few ingredients tht is not in wht I used so I’m gonna give it a go and cross my fingers this is it!! I want to be able to make these so bad I need to show my grand babies I made tht I grew up with so thank you so much!!

    • Awww….I’m so glad you found the recipe Melissa. I remember them growing up too. Fond memories of when it was okay (safe) to walk across town to get your favorite candy.

    • Hi Donna, This is what I found. Store homemade marshmallows layered between sheets of wax or parchment paper in an airtight container. If kept in a dry place at cool room temperature, they should keep for about a month. Marshmallows that include mix-ins or that have been dipped in chocolate will have a slightly shorter shelf life.

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