Madyson’s Marshmallows all started when Breeze Wetzel’s daughter Madyson was four years old. One day after school, she asked Breeze and her husband how to make marshmallows (oh, to be four!) and so began a family project that turned into a family-run business.
The Wetzels started blending and mixing up different recipes in their small home kitchen in Seattle, and it turns out their marshmallows were some of the best they’d ever tasted. They were so delicious, in fact, that they decided to hit the road and sell their handmade marshmallow at local craft fairs on the weekend.
Now they’re producing these in Heber, UT, in order to produce enough mouthwatering marshmallows to feed us all. They use mainly natural, kosher ingredients without preservatives, thank you very much, and form them into adorable shapes like hearts, Christmas trees, and snowflakes to top off your mug of cocoa. They’re not just delicious, they’re a work of art.
Thanks, Madyson. We owe ya one!