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M is for Marshmallow

M is for Marshmallow {ABC's of Summer Fun} @ AVirtuousWoman.org

M is for Marshmallows

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We have this fire pit in our front yard – it’s nothing fancy. Just a few large rocks in a circle. And we have two picnic tables plus a toddler size picnic table to accommodate our large family. We have family gathers on a regular {often weekly} basis in our yard during the spring, summer, and fall.

We love to break open a bag of marshmallows and let the kids roast them on our campfire [easyazon_link identifier=”B008LOFXWM” locale=”US” tag=”keepersoftheirho”]with our roasting forks[/easyazon_link]. Of course, the adults get in on the action too. We also like to occasionally [easyazon_link identifier=”B000IZ9N78″ locale=”US” tag=”keepersoftheirho”]pass out glow sticks for the kids[/easyazon_link]too.

M is for Marshmallow {ABC's of Summer Fun} @ AVirtuousWoman.org

Summer wouldn’t be summer without marshmallows roasting over a fire. But, there’s so much more you can do with your marshmallows! Check out these ideas:

  1. This simple, 3 ingredient recipe for Marshmallow Fluff Fruit Dip looks delish!
  2. And what kid wouldn’t love these sugar covered marshmallow pops?!
  3. These marshmallow sight words are meant for winter, but who says you could use them in the summer?
  4. This is a fun way to build something sweet with marshmallows and toothpicks!
  5. Little boys will love you for making Dinosaur Marshmallow Pops.
  6. Why not make some marshmallow constellations after doing a little star gazing?
  7. Here’s five ways to fancy up your s’mores you may not have thought of.
  8. Want a twist from the traditional graham cracker s’mores? Try these.
  9. And while we’re changing things up, I bet these Oreo Cookie S’mores would be a hit!
  10. And finally, why not try this fun Marshmallow Experiment.