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How do you make marshmallow dipping sauce?

How do you make marshmallow dipping sauce?


  1. Melt Marshmallows, Cream, and Cinnamon over medium heat in small saucepan, stirring continually. Once it is a creamy texture, you’re done!
  2. Once your sauce reaches a creamy texture, you’re done! Serve, dip sweet your sweet potato fries… and ENJOY!!

How do you make caramel dip for sweet potato fries?

After flipping the fries, start the caramel sauce by melting the butter along with the brown sugar in a sauce pan over medium low heat. Add in the honey and stir constantly to prevent burning. Slowly add the evaporated milk, and stir until the sauce is thick and smooth.

What is marshmallow sauce made of?

Marshmallow sauce is made with sugar, cornstarch, and salt, while frosting typically contains butter, powdered sugar, and milk or cream. Marshmallow sauce has a smoother consistency than frosting, and it’s also less sweet. It’s perfect for topping sundaes, cakes, or other desserts.

Can sweet potato with marshmallow?

Open and drain your can(s) of canned yams then spread the yams in the bottom of your prepared baking dish. Sprinkle a pinch of salt over the yams, then top with butter slices. Crumble the brown sugar over the yams next, followed by a generous layer of mini marshmallows.

How do you keep sweet potato chips from getting soggy?

The secret to crispy (instead of soggy) sweet potato fries is to spread them out in an even layer with enough room so that they don’t touch. This is especially important if you’re making a big batch of fries. Instead of just piling more onto one baking pan, spread them out over two baking pans or cook them in batches.

What goes good with sweet potato fries?

What to Eat With Sweet Potato Fries

  • Crispy Baked Chicken Strips.
  • Pulled Pork Sandwiches.
  • Grilled Greek Lemon Chicken.
  • Veggie and Hummus Sandwich.
  • Spinach Artichoke Grilled Cheese.
  • Sloppy Joes.
  • Turkey Burgers.

What spice goes well with caramel?

Caramel works well with spices: Try adding a few cinnamon sticks or a pinch of anise seed to your sugar at the beginning. It’s great with brown-colored spirits like whiskey or bourbon, and especially tropical liqueurs like rum, or Kahlua. Add a few tablespoons while your caramel base is still warm.

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