When Kraft miniature marshmallows were brand new (1955)
Just pour ’em in… nothing to snip or cut! Each one is perfect cooking size… the sticky job of cutting with scissors is gone forever.
Campfire: The full-size, full-flavored eating marshmallows (1959)
(the ones kids like best)
Campfire exclusive! 4 sealed boxes inside every package. Open one and the rest stay fresh!
Vintage Moonbeam dessert salad loaf recipe from the 1950s
Here’s salad sorcery you dream about, with a bewitching flavor that’s sure to enchant.
So simple, too. Just wave the Campfire wand of Ern, goodness, and presto! — you’re a salad magician.
You see, Campfire Marshmallows are ingredient marshmallows, pure, wholesome, extra delicious. Light, fluffy, always fresh — four individually sealed Packettes in one economy pound package.
And what they do for salads, desserts, pies, cakes and candies is sheer flavor magic. See for yourself — get Campfire Marshmallows today.
Moonbeam salad loaf: Praise-winning and party-perfect
1 package lime gelatin
1-1/2 cups boiling water
1 pound cream cottage cheese
24 large marshmallows, cut into eighths
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. When syrupy, add cottage cheese, which has been put through sieve.
Chill until mixture begins to get quivery. Then fold in marshmallows. pour into 1 pound bread pan. Unmold when firm. Garnish with bunches of green grapes or sliced peaches. Serves 8 to 10.
Marshmallow chiffon custard: Family favorite
24 large marshmallows
1-1/3 cups milk
1 egg, well-beaten
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
Melt marshmallows in 1 cup of milk over low heat, folding until mixture is smooth.
Beat egg until foamy and blend with 1/3 cup of milk. Slowly stir into hot mixture.
Return to heat and cook until mixture coats spoon like custard (3 to 5 minutes), and begins to thicheen.
Remove from heat at once, add vanilla. Pour into custard cups. Cool until firm. chill in refrigerator until read to serve. Serves 4 to 6.
Vintage Campfire marshmallows date loaf recipe (1950s)
Glamour desserts are so easy with Campfire Marshmallows
This just goes to show what a glamorous dessert you can make with snowy, fluffy Campfire Marshmallows.
And so easily, tool A few simple ingredients quickly blended, then chilled, and presto! — a praise-winner even your men folks will love. Because of the extra GOODNESS Of Campfire Marshmallows — the magic ingredient. Try it, won’t you?
Campfire Marshmallows and Vintage Cracker Jack (1956)
Cracker Jack, Campfire miniature marshmallows, Cracker Jack caramel-coated popcorn, popping corn, marshmallow creme, colored marshmallows…
Vintage marshmallow Easter bonnet cake decorating (c1960s)
Creamy banana pie recipe made with marshmallows (1967)
Vintage 1970s Kraft Jets marshmallows (1977)
1970s miniature marshmallows (1976)
Retro Kraft marshmallow slumber bags (1980)
This toasty warm, washable bag is 100% quilted nylon outer shell with FiberFast insulation. It features the Kraft miniatures package on one side, and the jet-puffed marshmallows package on the other. Zip two together for one jumbo bag, or unzip and use as a comforter. Measures 33 inches by 65 inches. Manufactured by the Wentzel company.
How to make marshmallow bunnies & ducks (1981)
Easter’s in the Bag. There are fun-to-make Easter creatures inside every bag of Kraft marshmallows. Bunnies and ducks you and the kids can create together. So pick up a soft, fresh bag of Kraft jet-puffed and miniature marshmallows. And make some fun.
1. For head, cut crosswise slice from each end of marshmallow. As illustrated, use toothpick to fasten to second marshmallow. For ears and paws. cut three marshmallow slices in half. Make tail and face with miniature marshmallow halves and candy or cloves.
2. For body, as illustrated, fasten two marshmallows with toothpick. Make head, ears, paws, tail and face as in #1.
3. For head, make as in #1. Attach gumdrop for beak; add cloves or candy for eyes. As illustrated, use toothpick to fasten to second marshmallow for wings and tail, secure three slices to body.