Most people have fond memories of childhood, sat by a roaring campfire toasting marshmallows on wooden sticks… Toasted Marshmallow Day is celebrated every year on the 30th of August and gives people a chance to re-live those memories, and for people who’ve never experienced toasting marshmallows to find out what all the fuss is about.
It might seem difficult to create a well in a warm, gooey marshmallow, that will hold booze no less, but it’s actually miraculously simple. The only rule is that you must use a fork to toast the marshmallow. Why? The indents from the fork twines help the marshmallow sink as it comes off the heat, creating a small well for booze.
You can use Baileys, Kahlua or Amarula when it comes to filling the toasted marshmallows.
- Baileys, Kahlua or Amarula
- Stick a jumbo marshmallow halfway up a fork and toast over a burner, turning occasionally, until very toasted and warmed through.
- Use another fork to help slide the marshmallow off the fork; the center should sink as it cools, making a well in the marshmallow.
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