Old-fashioned marshmallow Easter eggs & cute cupcake baskets (1963)

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Marshmallow Easter treats little eggs

Old-fashioned marshmallow Easter eggs & holiday treats (1963)

Easter Decorations the kids have never seen before – Made with Kraft Miniature Marshmallows and Kraft Marshmallow Creme

Big Easter egg

Combine 1 jar Kraft Marshmallow Creme and 5 cups puffed rice cereal, mixing well. Shape into 2 large or 4 medium eggs. Decorate with colored frosting and tie with ribbon.

Old-fashioned marshmallow Easter treats - Big egg

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Decorated little Easter eggs

Combine 1 jar Kraft Marshmallow Creme, cup Parkay Margarine, dash of salt and 1 tsp. almond extract; mix well. Blend in 4 cups sifted confectioners’ sugar. Shape it 8 eggs.

Decorate with colored frosting and Marshmallow Daisies made with petals cut from miniature marshmallows (4 petals from each Miniature).

For each daisy, arrange 6 petals, overlapping tips. Cut Flavored Miniature in half and press, cut side down, in center.

Marshmallow Easter treats little eggs


Easter basket cupcake

Clip centers of 5″ paper doilies to fit top of cupcakes baked in colored paper baking cups, and add pipe cleaner handles.

Frost cupcakes, sprinkle with coconut, tinted green, and cover with Kraft Flavored Miniature marshmallows.

Marshmallow Easter treats Cupcake baskets

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Old-fashioned marshmallow Easter eggs, little eggs, cupcake baskets (1963)

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