I recently tried to make Marshmallow Creme at home, I have to say I didn’t have high expectations. It involves making a syrup and I still have a long way to go in terms of mastering confectionery techniques, but I am improving! I haven’t had syrup crystallize on me for a while now. When in doubt, there is always YouTube to help me out. I looked for a recipe, and also a YouTube video to get a good idea of the steps involved. It seemed easy, and the good new is… it was!
This is dangerously easy to make, and it tasted exactly like the jarred marshmallow creme you get from the store… at a fraction of the cost. We only get imported marshmallow creme here, no local brands make it, so it is quite expensive. To keep myself from eating the whole thing in one sitting, I saved it to make Rocky Road Bars… I’ll be posting the recipe soon!
What can you do with Marshmallow Creme? Well, grab a spoon and make yourself comfortable, serve it over chocolate ice cream, sandwich it between two cookies, or dip strawberries in it.
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