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 .
A couple of weeks ago I decided it had been far too long since I had done any form of physical activity and this lovely yoga supper club, hosted by Kelly Marie, seemed like the perfect opportunity to remedy the situation. So, I got into the lycras (!) and made my way to Bethnal Green, armed with some vanilla and milk chocolate Mallow & Marsh bars to add into the tempting, foodie-friendly goodie bags being put .
These delightful little bites are super easy to make and would also make a great Christmas present if packaged up nicely. The walnut adds a little crunch into the mix while the marshmallow chunks adds a little bit of gooey-ness. You could use any flavour of marshmallow here- I stuck with vanilla just for the sake of simplicity but get creative! Ingredients (make approx. 16 bonbons): – 2 cups icing sugar – 1/4 .
Since it’s Thanksgiving, we thought it was only right that we try using our very own marshmallows to create this deliciously kooky Thanksgiving staple side dish, which goes perfectly with turkey and gravy (+all the other trimmings). In the same way that sweet sauces go with savoury meats, the gooey, grilled marshmallows paired with buttery sweet potato mash are a wonderful partner for a salty & meaty gravy. This could also work well as part of a Christmas .
Although traditionally a very American celebration, Thanksgiving fever has, in recent years, started to hit the UK as yet another excuse to eat our body weight in rich, seasonal foods and get merry. If you simply can’t wait for Christmas then this is the perfect opportunity to feast. Before you say ‘sweet potato and marshmallow? What on earth?’, let me tell you this is actually delicious. it may sound like an odd combination but it .
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 .
When I think of Bonfire Night, a couple of things come to mind. The first is a very old memory of my dad taking me to Battersea Park fireworks when I was little and putting me on his shoulders to see above the crowds. The second is more of an association; the smell of hot candy floss being whipped up at Clapham Common fireworks nights, after a pilgrimage along the road in big jackets and boots to .
Malloween Madness at Wholefoods So last week we tackled the challenge of trying to provide an hour of marshmallowy Halloween fun for 15 very excitable kids at Wholefoods, High Street Kensington. With three different activity stations for the children to enjoy (involving decorating, drawing and skewering), there was lots of activity. Sprinkles and icing did fly! We hadn’t yet experimented with cutting out shapes with our marshmallows, but this Halloween .
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 .