To separate sticky marshmallows, I place a spoonful of powdered sugar in the bag and shake it well. A few stubborn marshmallows might still need to be separated by hand, but this generally works great. —Keri Witte, Provo, Utah
"This side dish is easy to prepare, fun to serve and delicious to eat," states North Canton, Ohio's Donna Gonda. "It's a staple at my Thanksgiving dinner. I pop it in the oven and let it cook while I'm carving the turkey."
Before she retired, Faye O'Bryan took these yummy peanut butter bites to work for special occasions. "They're so simple," says the Owensboro, Kentucky cook. "I still make them for holidays because my family looks forward to the coated cereal and marshmallow clusters."