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I am typically not a fan of marshmallows.  First of all, they are cloyingly sweet.  I don’t like them covered in chocolate—even if they are shaped like bunnies, or Santa, or pumpkins.  And I do not like them in fudge, or ice cream, or anywhere else that I can feel their texture. Because it’s gross.

I do like them toasted, but only when done the right way.  By right way, I mean that they are toasted low and slow until the outside is brown and bubbly, and the inside is so melted the mallow starts falling off the stick. I don’t like them charred on the outside and still gross on the inside. This holds true even if they are to be sandwiched in between some graham crackers and chocolate.

Still cloyingly sweet, but with a slightly better texture is marshmallow fluff, also known as marshmallow cream.  Although I wouldn’t…

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    July 8, 2014 at 6:13 am

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