Monday, November 9, 2009

Apple Cider Marshmallow


In keeping with the whole fall profile, we tried out our basic marshmallow recipe (see older posting here: http://www.thequenelle.com/2009/05/marshmallow-all-grown-up.html) and replaced the liquid portion with pure Hudson Valley apple cider, added some fall spices (cinnamon, ginger, clove... no nutmeg... I think that spice tastes like rusted rebar), and the result was a marshmallow that had an intense apple flavor with just the right amount of spices. I can imagine that toasted over a flame this just might be too good to be true.

4 comments:

  1. My brain just exploded from imagining the yumminess of this marshmallow. Thanks!!!!

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  2. Yeah... Chef! Yeeaaahhh! =) The marshmallow sounds delicious.

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  3. I just made these...and wow. So good. I'm thinking about maybe making a Mallomar style cookie - a crunchy ginger/spice cookie, a dollop of this marshmallow all dunked in dark chocolate. Mmmmm.....

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  4. we just made 3 batches of marshmallows last night: coffee, caramel, and brandied strawberry vanilla bean. my stepdaughter was asking for apple and i told her i wasn't sure how. thanks for answering that question!! :)

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