Marshmallow Madness!: Dozens of Puffalicious Recipes by Shauna Sever

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  • Deeply chocolate marshmallows

    • swegener on January 29, 2015

      These were very good and kept for quite a while--though I ate more than I should have! I did need to add more cocoa periodically to keep them dry.

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  • Tin and Thyme

    It all went horribly wrong for me, but I put this down to my lack of competence rather than the recipe. If I had a stand mixer, I would most certainly be attempting these again...

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  • Fuss Free Flavours

    I love the suggestions for making more interesting mallows by layering, twisting, filling, piping and using moulds and cookie cutters for making the amazing creations shown on the cover of the book.

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  • Serious Eats

    Once you've got the technique down pat (it's one of the most fun baking projects, we swear) you can move on and experiment with all of Sever's wild and wonderful takes on the marshmallow.

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  • Baking Bites

    All of the recipes are very clearly written and easy to follow along with....once you are confident with one recipe, you’ll easily be able to branch out into making the others.

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  • ISBN 10 1594745722
  • ISBN 13 9781594745720
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  • Published Mar 05 2011
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 96
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Quirk Books
  • Imprint Quirk Books

Publishers Text

Once you've had a fresh, homemade marshmallow, it's suddenly like you've never really had one before. And they're so easy to make! Inside this book's pretty (and puffy!) cover you'll find a world of whipped sugar. The chapters include: The Classics: Vanilla Bean, Deeply Chocolate, Chocolate-Filled Guimauve, and even Vegan Vanilla Marshmallows Fresh and Fruity: Concord Grape, Lemonade, Strawberry, Key Lime Pie, Honeyed. Apricot, Creamsicle(!), and Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows Happy Hour: Margarita, Buttered Rum, Fuzzy Navel, Creme de Menthe, Strawberry Daquiri, and Malibu Marshmallows Gourmet: Maple Bacon, Salted Peanut, Sea Salt Caramel Swirl, Mango-Chile-Lime, and Nutella-Filled Hazelnut Marshmallows Kids in a Candy Store: Birthday Cake, Kool-Aid, Fluffernutter, Bubble Gum, and Root Beer Float Marshmallows Desserts made with Marshmallow: Pink Velvet Whoopie Pies, Blonde Rocky Road, S'Mores Cupcakes, Homemade Moon Pies, Ballpark Popcorn Balls, Mallow Cones, and many, many more!

Sidebars provide ideas for mini marshmallows, chocolate filled (or chocolate coated) mallows, and endless flavor variations, as well as perfect-pairing recipes like Ultimate Hot Chocolate, Mulled Cider, and Malted White Hot Chocolate. It's a fluffy fun cookbook for the lightest of topics: homemade marshmallows!

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