Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Tastes richer, less filling.

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Powdered Marshmallow

Marshmallow powder, yum!
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Uhh, if the title and summary weren't enough for you to understand. I will say it again, slowly.

Pow....der....duh......Mar....shma.....lllllllloooooowwww

Comes in 10 oz can. You can sprinkle it on anything your black, fiendish heart desires. Yum!

Also available in aerosol spray.

DeathNinja, Jul 23 2003

Baked? Just skip the water. http://www.cuisined...om/marshmallow.html
[half, Oct 04 2004]

Baked. http://www.herbs-ha...gestive_System.html
Half way down page. Apparently pre-mixed with something known as "Slippery Elm". Sounds kinky to me. [Cedar Park, Oct 04 2004]

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       what's a marshmallow without the mallow? you know, the puffiness? i'll tell you what it is: it's just a marsh. and that don't taste no good. points for the aerosol can though - puts the fun back into campfires/open flames
candide, Jul 23 2003
  

       Nope. You can't stick a toasting fork in powder.
saker, Jul 24 2003
  

       candide, I bet the mallow on its own is less fattening. I imagine both are unstable materials.
po, Jul 24 2003
  

       If you sprinke the powder on a marshmallow, do you get an exponentiated efffect?
snarfyguy, Jul 24 2003
  

       Wouldn't this be just sugar?
waugsqueke, Jul 24 2003
  

       Yup, well, soft sugar, anyway.
bristolz, Jul 24 2003
  

       Marshmallows also have gelatin in them.
snarfyguy, Jul 24 2003
  

       It sounds so much more... um... official when you say it slowly.   

       Why do I have to have a black heart to use such a product? <Rodney King> Why can we all just get along?!? </Rodney King>
Cedar Park, Jul 25 2003
  
      
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