Marshmallow Madness Cookbook Giveaway – 3 Winners

I was asked by Quirk Books and Serious Eats to participate in Marsh Madness, a friendly little competition among bloggers.

We’re celebrating the launch of Shauna Server’s book, Marshmallow Madness, and our task was to create a fabulous marshmallow-based recipe.

I love marshmallows and so March Madness Marsh Madness was right up my alley.

I came up with Peanut Butter Cocoa Krispies Smores Bars

Let’s talk about the layers in these bars. It’s not a proper dessert to me if it doesn’t have about 17 flavors and textures and layers going on.

These have plenty going on.

 If you need more marshmallow-based recipes, I have one or two…

Deep Dish Double Chocolate Golden Grahams Smores Bars (Vegan & GF options)

White Chocolate Vanilla Marshmallow Cake Bars

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough & Marshmallow Stuffed Rice Krispie Bars (No Bake)

One of my Favorite Recipes of 2011 is Marshmallow Peanut Butter Double Chocolate Pillowtop Bars (GF with Vegan options)

Peanut Butter Marshmallow Bars with Vegan Chocolate Frosting (No Bake)

Double Chocolate Caramel Corn & Cocoa Rice Krispies Candy Bars (No-Bake with Vegan & GF options)

Twinkies (3 ingredients, no added oil or butter)

Yes, I love marshmallows.

If you’d like to make Smores or something from Shauna’s book with marshmallows, you’re in luck because…

…3 Readers will win a copy of Marshmallow Madness

I am absolutely loving the book. It’s chock full of recipes for homemade marshmallows with really unique flavors such as root beer float marshmallows, bacon-flavored marshmallows, and there are recipes for how to make homemade graham crackers and whoopie pies. As a bonus, the book cover is “puffy” and squishy, adding to the overall fun factor.

To Enter the Giveaway:

1. Tell me how you like to use marshmallows or a favorite marshmallow-based recipe (links welcome).

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow LV&Y and and then tweet the following:

“I love Marshmallows & want to Win the Marshmallow Madness Cookbook from @LoveVeggiesYoga @QuirkBooks″

3. For extra entries and you must leave a separate comment for each:

Facebook Like Love Veggies & Yoga

Facebook Like Quirk Books

Twitter Follow Quirk Books

Pinterest Follow Me & Re-Pin Something of Mine

Instagram Follow Me

Stumble Follow LV&Y & Stumble This

or post this Giveaway on your blog

Contest ends Saturday, February 25, 2012 and winners will be chosen randomly.

Open to continental U.S. readers only.

Comment below to enter!



  1. Those colored marshmallows are gorgg! Reminds me of Lucky Charms — my fave way to eat marshmallows! Homemade Lucky Charms…I have to get on that!

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  5. Good luck in the competition Averie!! I’m sure your Smores Bars are super tasty :)

  6. my favorite way to eat marshmallows is to completely roast them and then eat the charred sugar with the gooey middles!

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  8. smokes are the best! definitely my favorite way to use marshmallows :)

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  11. I like them s’mores

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  14. Either plain, or with hot chocolate!

  15. I’d make s’mores cookies.

  16. Tiffany Mirisoleiman Reply

    I love using marshmallows in this fabulous 15 minute Rocky Road Fudge:
    They’re also a main staple in hot chocolate

  17. We like them roasted, of course! But any way is good!

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  19. i like to eat the mini ones, as is…or in smores and rice crispies! yummm!

  20. Marshmallows are A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.

    Especially Gingerbread men marshmallows. *so adorable*

    I love popping a bowl of popcorn, throwing in some marshmallows, & finishing it off with a drizzle of caramel and chocolate sauce. Movie nights are the best!

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  24. Fun! I’ve made marshmallows at home a few times and they really are a world away from the grocery store ones. Which doesn’t mean the store ones aren’t good, and I actually just made a batch of Krispie Treats this weekend using chocolate Frosted Flakes instead. Mmm. Yep, my favorite.

  25. I am loving all these marshmallow posts for the Sweet 16! I have yet to make my own, but I do love marshmallows even in their commercial form…my favorite? A recipe of my grandmother’s that includes almond bark, peanuts, rice krispies and peanut butter. Yum!!

  26. I’d love to learn to make homemade marshmallows for hot chocolate.

  27. I love putiing marshmallows in the middle of cupcakes for that ooey gooey surprise! Love all of your recipes will be trying some of them!

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  30. My favorite way to use marshmallows is to make rice krispie bars, but with cocoa rice krispies! Also, have to love smores!!

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  33. I follow you on Pinterest and repinned Raw Vegan Gluten Free Cheesecake!

  34. Such a delicious, grownup Krispy treat.

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  36. One of my favorite ways of eating marshmallows is in smores. It reminds me of being carefree and young, and camping with my friends. I also put them in hot chocolate. Today would be a good day for that. We got 8.5 inches of snow overnight. Yeah! Thanks for the giveaway.

  37. I love using marshmallow cream in vanilla marshmallow frosting for cupcakes. Growing up I use to love banana and marshmallow cream shakes. Yum!

  38. What a fun little competition, and I love your bars!! My favorite way to have marshmallows is just straight into my mouth!! Honestly – they are a regular snack around here!

  39. Oh girl marshmallows are perfect in smores, but really they belong in a frozen concoction of peanut butter, marshmallows and fudge sauce in ice cream. HA! At least that’s what I’m craving. LOL

  40. My absolute favorite marshmallow recipe is a Banana Boat. I’ve made them for years as a girl scout, and any time I go camping, I always bring the supplies because I’m obsessed and I prefer them to s’mores.

    So, Banana Boats. If you’ve never had one, I highly suggest you go make yourself one (or a dozen) right this second.

    You need:
    Chocolate Chips
    Tin Foil

    Leaving the peel on, cut your banana in half (though make sure you don’t cut all the way through). Stuff the slit with chocolate and marshmallows. Wrap in tin foil. Place in a campfire (or the oven) until everything is a gooey mess (ours usually took less than 15 minutes).

  41. I also followed you on Pinterest, repinning the Vanilla Cake Batter and White Chocolate Chip Caramel Corn recipe.

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  43. I have made your No-Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Rice Krispie Bars for the Cookie Dough lovers at work. They were a big hit!

  44. I love puffed rice treats made with marshmallow. Also, just different flavored marshmallows.

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  46. I love Marshmallow Confetti bars.A recipe I got from an episode of Martha Stewart.They have Fruit Loops,Captain Crunch and Rice Krispies in them.They’re a big hit with the grankids.I would love to win the cookbook.How fun.

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