Meet Jayme Goffin of Mother Wilma’s Marshmallow Factory
September 4, 2018
Today we’d like to introduce you to Jayme Goffin.
So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
I never set out to have a food truck! It was all a serendipitous event. I was looking for something to fill a few months of my life, before I went out and got a “real job” as I’d just finished homeschooling my nephew for quite a few years... READ MORE
A Major Event will feature a winter holiday market
Carrie Rodovich Times Correspondent
Nov 11, 2016
Vendor Spotlight: Mother Wilma’s Marshmallow FactoryThe idea behind Mother Wilma’s Marshmallow Factory began about 15 years ago, when Crown Point resident Jayme Goffin began making homemade marshmallows and cocoa mixes and giving them as gifts to her friends and family around the holidays.
“The first few times I made the marshmallows, they were epic fails, but I kept trying,” she says. Even though her handmade treats were popular gifts, it took about 10 years for the idea for a home-based business to take root. READ MORE
Fire, skewers bring twist to marshmallow business.
By Vanessa Renderman (219) 933-3244
Aug 19, 2015
CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) - In less than 10 seconds, Jayme Goffin can turn a block of fluffy homemade marshmallow into gooey decadence with help from a pronged skewer and a propane torch.
The Crown Point woman runs Mother Wilma’s Marshmallow Factory, a marshmallow business that started popping up at local markets and fairs since November. S’mores are among the popular items on her menu.
“We roast them right there,” she said. READ MORE
"Gifted some at Christmas and so glad I bought some for us. Amazing confections! The texture is sublime. The smell, divine. My 13 yr old son thinks the cookies & cream taste like heaven. I don't think I can choose just one favorite. Thank you!"