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Marshmallow Madness!: Dozens of Puffalicious Recipes [Kindle Edition]

Shauna Sever , Leigh Beisch
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shows you all you need to know to make marshmallows. Seriously fantastic flavour combos you never thought a marshmallow could have -A Glug of Oil, Feb, 2012......Marshmallow Madness will add to your culinary repertoire and surprise your guests. Marshmallow ingredients are readily available and won t break the bank. They make unique gifts and can be adapted with flavourings and coatings for any occasion. A charming and attractive book -Mostly Food, feb 2012.....It contains dozens of recipes for dozens of different flavors and quite a few ideas for putting all that marshmallow to good use, as well Baking Bites, Feb, 2012.....There are delightful chapters filled with lots of lovely sounding recipes . . . the classics, fresh and fruity, happy hour, for the mallow connoisseur, kids in a candy store and fluffy, puffy desserts! Each recipe includes a really scrummy picture that makes you want to lick the page. -The English Kitchen, Feb, 2012.....Check out some of the tasty puffy, fluffy marshmallow flavours . . . Stawberry and Vanilla, Buttered Rum, Root Beer Foat, Maple Bacon . . . but that is not all! No, that is not all!! --Food Healthy recipes, Feb, 2012

a tip-top tutorial on marshmallows. Every step is explained in detail and every recipe is laid out so you can follow the three steps easily - the bloom, the syrup and the mallowing. After reading this book, I can understand why gourmet marshmallows are a growing trend. It's because they're extremely versatile. I never realized just how much you could do with a marshmallow. For example, margarita marshmallows? Armed with an offset spatula, an 8 x 8-inch pan, and these fantastic recipes, I shall be joining in the fun. --Culinaria Libris, March, 2012

a tip-top tutorial on marshmallows. Every step is explained in detail and every recipe is laid out so you can follow the three steps easily - the bloom, the syrup and the mallowing. After reading this book, I can understand why gourmet marshmallows are a growing trend. It's because they're extremely versatile. I never realized just how much you could do with a marshmallow. For example, margarita marshmallows? Armed with an offset spatula, an 8 x 8-inch pan, and these fantastic recipes, I shall be joining in the fun. --Culinaria Libris, March, 2012

As well as providing us with the traditional vanilla recipe, the book offers a surprisingly varied selection of recipes, including Kahlua-filled marshmallows, chocolate-peppermint marshmallows and Jam-filled marshmallows. I thought that was an impressive enough selection but that was just The Classics ! The following sections get Fresh and Fruity (apple-cinnamon, honeyed apricot and pumpkin spice all sound very intriguing) using natural fruit flavours and essential oils, before moving on to Happy Hour with its cocktail-inspired marshmallows (be warned, the alcohol makes it all a lot trickier apparently so don't attempt these until you've had a play with the basic recipes first !) and gourmet flavours and textures For The Mallow Connoisseur. Who would have dreamed that you could make maple-bacon marshmallows (nicknamed The Elvis) ?! I love the Fluffy Puffs For Gifting and Kids In A Candy Store suggestions which look amazing. If you want to do more than just eat marshmallows as they are, the final section also offers you some great ways of incorporating them into sticky desserts and treats, including cookie sandwiches, rocky road, hot chocolate and Ballpark Popcorn Balls, which sound gooey and delicious --Madhouse Family Reviews, March, 2012--Fresh homemade marshmallows taste so much better than shop bought ones. You'll find several great recipes here including the usual like Vanilla to the extraordinary like Beer Float. I like the Sea Salt Caramel and Buttered Rum - yummy. In addition recipes are included in which to use marshmallows. -- --The American magazine, June, 2012

there are nearly 100 pages here, all full of recipes, techniques, hints and tips. Starting with a clear '101' introduction Shuana explains the different techniques of marshmallow making, splitting it into making the gelatine 'bloom', the syrup and then the mallowing. There is a good equipment list (a stand mixer really really helps, but is not essential). Moulding, shaping and storage are all covered, as well as an interesting comparison of using egg white vs no egg. For vegetarians there is one vegan gelatine free recipe in the book. Before reading this book I had made marshmallows several times, I found the basic recipes work well and loved some of the flavour variations, buttered rum were a huge hit, although possible more suited to a winter s evening than a boiling hot summer s day. Other flavours which caught my eye are a chocolate malt, key lime, peanut butter and strawberry. The suggestion of using jars of baby puree for flavouring is genius all the ingredients to whip up a batch can then be kept in the store cupboard. About 1 in 3 recipes is accompanied by a bright clear full page photo. I love the suggestions for making more interesting mallows by layering, twisting, filling, piping and using moulds and cookie cutters for making the amazing creations shown on the cover of the book. A nice touch is that the book cover is also 'puffy' to match the mallows within....Fuss Free Flavours, August, 2012......'Marshmallow Madness' excited me the moment I laid my eyes on it and since then I've come to believe that Shauna Sever should be deified. This book is godly.....Mixing bowl blog spot, August, 2012.....beautifully produced...far more than a pretty picture book...the range of recipes is impressive...Cambridgshire Journal, July, 2012.....There are few marshmallow recipe books available and we doubt that any could surpass this one for containing such a large collection of recipes for marshmallows that are ever so easy to follow with beautiful photos and handy tips and hints. Marshmallow Madness is a must for the sweet toothed chef in your life....Recipe Book Reviews, July, 2012.....It's well written, beautifully set out and has a good variety of recipes from the simple and classic to more complicated ones. There are also desserts and drinks which is a bonus ...Baking addict blogspot, July, 2012.....The book is brilliant both in terms of explaining the entire process step by step and it has the loveliest pictures, so you really want to succeed if it means you'll get something at least half as good looking as those pictures....smell my kitchen blog spot, July, 2012....If you want to know how to make marshmallows, then this is definatly the book for you..Miss cakebaker Blog, July, 2012.....a bright and colourful book written by Shauna Sever and contains a wealth of information and tips on how to make marshmallows together with a plethora of recipes using a wide variety of flavour combinations..... --halfapotofcreamblog, July, 2012.....

This book takes the art of marshmallows and takes it a step further.The book takes you through the history of marshmallows, the ingredients most used in the book, the equipment needed, tips, steps and all about storage. If you re new to making marshmallows this part is really useful. The book is broken down into six chapters the classics, fresh and fruity, happy hour, for the mallow connoisseur, kids in a candy store and fluffy, puffy desserts. I obviously immediately pretty much booked everything in the kids in a candy store section but in order to have a more rounded review I made sure to make something from one of the other chapters! I really liked that the book shows you how to make fancy marshmallow shapes like you see on the cover of the book. The last chapter in the book goes into desserts that feature marshmallows like whoopie pies, cupcakes, popcorn balls and hot chocolate. ...AnAmericancupcakeabroad, July, 2012.......tells you everything you need to know about making and using marshmallows at home...Jersey Post, July, 2012....I d definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes making and baking in the kitchen. There s so many irresistible marshmallow creations to make!...Notes of life blog, July, 2012...Inside you will find anything you ever wanted to know about making marshmallows but were afraid to ask... --TheEnglishKitchen, July, 2012

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If you’ve never tasted a fresh, homemade marshmallow, are you in for a treat! Marshmallow Madness! shows how to whip up dozens of fluffy, puffy flavors—from Strawberry and Vanilla to Buttered Rum, Root Beer Float, Maple Bacon, and more. Author Shauna Sever also includes easy recipes for homemade graham crackers, drinks for mallow dunking, and a host of irresistible desserts, including Lemon Dream Whoopie Pies, Blonde Rocky Road, and S’mores Cupcakes.

About the Author

Shauna Sever writes the popular baking blog Piece of Cake and is a host and reporter for food-related television. She also runs Bake Sale Bakery, a dessert catering business in San Francisco, where she lives with her husband and daughter.
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