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 Valentine's Day was over and we still had lots of cinnamon hearts lying around, so we decided to make marshmallows out of them! These marshmallows taste great in hot chocolates, or just on their own. You can change the amount of sugar to cinnamon hearts ratio if you want, but we think they taste perfect this way.

As Kiteman says, you can probably make these out of any hard candy in place of the cinnamon hearts, as long as the candy doesn't have a soft center or it is a caramel candy, like Werther's or something. I haven't tried it yet though, so I'm not 100% sure.
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Step 1: Ingredients and Supplies

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 Here are the ingredients and supplies you will need:
 • 4 envelopes of unflavoured gelatin (4 tbsp)
 • 1 1/2 cups water
 • 2 cups cinnamon hearts
 • 1 cup sugar
 • 1 cup corn syrup
 • 1/4 teaspoon salt
 • icing sugar
 • vegetable oil

 • kitchen aid mixer or something similar
 • parchment paper
 • medium sized pot
 • baking tray (ours was 18" by 13" and 1.5" deep, but you can use something similar)
 • heart shaped cookie cutter (optional)
 • candy thermometer (optional)
 • sieve (optional)

Step 2: Prep Gelatin

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 In the bowl of the mixer, combine the 4 packets of gelatin and 3/4 of a cup of water. Stir with a spoon until it becomes very thick.

Step 3: Combine the Other Ingredients

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 In the pot, combine the cinnamon hearts, sugar, corn syrup, salt, and 3/4 of a cup of water.
These are so Awesome! Great job!
i actully made these after i was done looking at this and they taste kinda gross =/ but i may have made them wrong xD
Kiteman4 years ago
"Cinnamon hearts" are just cinnamon flavoured sugar-candy, aren't they?

So you could use this method to add any candy-flavour to marshmallows, yes?

nick234 (author)  Kiteman4 years ago
I haven't tried it, but I'm pretty sure you could, as long as it is hard candy.
omnibot nick2344 years ago
Mmmm .. licorice marshmallows.