This fondue-style take on the classic American treat really takes s’mores to the next level. It takes about 2 minutes to put together but the result is something wonderful. A crispy and caramelised on top, but gooey and melty underneath plate-full of deliciousness. Perfect for an informal dinner party dessert or even a cosy night in, in front of the television. You could change this dish up with any one of our marshmallow flavours but I stuck to .
So, before I begin, this recipe is shamelessly copied from ‘Tasty’, who recently posted a time-lapse video of them creating these delicious and totally indulgent, meringue-topped, marshmallow-filled brownies. Once the video had popped up on my home feed there was no choice but to recreate them with our own Mallow & Marsh mallows to take them up an extra notch. There’s a couple of elements to this recipe, and if you happen to have access to a .
Salted Caramel & Marshmallow Roasted Bananas It is now officially winter, and as the days get colder and colder, we are in desperate need of a little comfort food. Personally, I am a big fan of cooked banana, especially given I can convince myself that it is a ‘healthy’ dessert option due to the fruit content…(let’s ignore the addition of ice-cream, marshmallows and caramel) The great thing about this is that, even though it is technically just .
Got a Halloween party coming up? Want to make something that looks Halloween-y but actually tastes nice? These marshmallow rice krispie and white chocolate pumpkins are what you need. They only take about 20 minutes to make and could work for either a kids party or an adults-only extravaganza. The stickiness of the marshmallow is necessary to hold the rice krispies in a more rounded, pumpkin-y shape and also to give it that nice, gooey texture. There .
White chocolate, pistachios, cranberries and raspberry marshmallow- simple as that. As well as tasting like heaven, this white chocolate rocky road also takes literally 5 minutes to make and is beautiful to look at. It would make a perfect gift, particularly around Christmas time, and could be packaged up neatly in some clear wrapping for maximum effect. I found this recipe on Pinterest (the place of all foodie inspiration) and tweaked it slightly to include our .
Okay, so these might not be the most healthy of snacks, but I’m more than ok with that every once in a while. Packed with crumbled honeycomb and melted marshmallow and topped with crunchy baked marshmallows and chocolate chips, this is a pretty epic creation, great for a cosy night in, in front of the TV with a cup of tea. Warning: they disappear pretty quickly… Ingredients (makes 8 medium-sized blondies): – 2 cups plain flour .
I don’t know about you, but I am a devoted chocaholic and have always wanted to recreate one of those delicious Gü chocolate pots at home. Mousses tend to be a bit too temperamental for my liking and can quite easily not set in time (or at all), but these choc pots set reliably and are supposed to have more of a dense consistency. Thankfully, they don’t require any frantic whipping of egg whites and .
I am strongly in favour of occasionally treating yourself to a really indulgent brunch, and this certainly fits that criteria. In the US, marshmallow sandwiches (usually made with peanut butter) are known as ‘fluffernutters’, and this is a take on that recipe, substituting the peanut butter for nutella. Thankfully the toastie making process is very simple, the ingredients list is very minimal and it only takes about 5 minutes; perfect for a lazy weekend .
With the Great British Bake Off currently dominating our TV screens, it seemed only right to attempt some baking of my own. Marshmallow makes a great icing for cupcakes, so I’ve whipped up some delicious chocolate & vanilla marshmallow cupcakes in celebration of GBBO mania! Because we have a variety of flavours of marshmallow on offer (raspberry, cappuccino, peppermint, coconut and vanilla), you can really take your pick in terms of what flavour you use for your .
Anyone for Marshmallows and Chilli? Now this may seem like a pretty unconventional combination, but our friends over at Gran Luchito have come up with a delicious and wacky way of using our vanilla marshmallows in perfect harmony with their fiery smoked chilli honey. In a fun take on the classic American bacon, waffles and syrup combination, they’ve created a marshmallow, smoked chilli honey, bacon and waffle stack of sweet-savoury-spicy deliciousness. Certainly one to wake .