I know it’s not Monday, but Marshmallow Tuesday just doesn’t have the same ring to it.
Some of you, based on a few emails I’ve received, have been waiting with bated sugary breath for a new marshmallow experiment. For the record, I said I’d try a new one every week or so. To me, this means every 1 – 3 weeks. Any longer than that and it would be every month or so. Thank you for your patience and your fabulous marshmallow ideas.
Make the regular vanilla marshmallows as described earlier. Pour half of the marshmallow goop in the pan and use a spatula to smooth it out. Then pour on the dulce de leche. Smooth this all over the top of the marshmallow.
Let the pan sit uncovered for eight hours, then gently flip it over onto your work surface spread with powdered sugar and cornstarch. Cut it into strips and then cut those into cubes.
This picture might give you pause to indulge in a delectable little fantasy about being the dulce de leche filling in a Heraldo/Carson Park Ranger marshmallow. Or maybe that’s just me.
Here are a few comments from my favorite random taste testers:
Anonymous Taste Tester #1: “Mmmmmmmm. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm.”
Blogger Nerd Taste Tester #1: “I think I’m going to go into sugar shock. But I don’t care.”
Anonymous Taste Tester #2: “These are unbelievable.”
Blogger Nerd Taste Tester #2: “I like these marshmallows more than long boring meetings and porn.”
Curmudgeonly Work Taste Tester: “These are…interesting.” (as she grabs two more and shoves them in her mouth)