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Marshmallow Fluff Or Marshmallows Ok?
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hi all I am a newbie cook in the gluten-free arena. I just found for my daughter, a gluten free rice puff cereal today, and I had the brainstorm of making a small batch of the good ole Rice Krispie treats, substituting this cereal for the Rice Crispies.

Is Marshmallow fluff or plain ole Marshmellows gluten free? From what I can see the potential offending ingredient is corn syrup.

I am new at analyzing ingredients, thanks for your help.

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Corn syrup is made from corn, and is gluten-free. There might be other ingredients to worry about, but that is not one of them. If I recall correctly, Kraft marshmallows are gluten-free. To confirm that, just read the label. Kraft will clearly disclose any gluten by name.

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if gluten is your only issue then kraft and jet puff are safe.. i think wal-marts brand is too but its been a while sionce i grocery shopped there. i havent ever checked the marshmallow fluff before... can you use it iinstead of marshmallows?

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Marshmellow Fluff is gluten-free, below is from their website. Enjoy your treats. I like to drizzle gluten-free dark chocolate or add gluten-free minichocolate chips to mine.

http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/pages/faq....Anchor-Is-23240

Is Fluff gluten free?

Yes; it is also Kosher.

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thank you all!

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Hooray, hooray! I'm craving a fluffer nutter (peanut butter and marshmallow cream sandwich) on gluten-free bread, of course!

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