Baking from the book, Bouchon Bakery, by Thomas Keller and Sebastien Rouxel; Marshmallow Eggs recipe located in the chapter, Confections.
Attempted to make Marshmallow Eggs. Well, they didn’t quite turn out.
When making marshmallows, you’ll need a candy thermometer.
I didn’t use gelatin sheets. I used KNOX Gelatine (in powder form) which I found at the supermarket. Since my egg shapes didn’t work out, I made a sheet of marshmallow. I cut the marshmallow sheet into strips. Then, spread melted chocolate on the marshmallow strips. Voila!
Chocolate Topped Marshmallow Strips!
What did I think of the marshmallow recipe?
It’s very good. I really liked the addition of chocolate.
My mom loved this. I will make it again very soon for her.
There is nothing better than homemade marshmallow.
It is a religious holiday where Christians celebrate Jesus Christ’s Resurrection.
Easter’s religious significance also has a commercial side.
Signs of a Commercial Easter are: Jelly beans, marshmallow chicks, Easter eggs, bunnies, baskets and candy. A fun time for children. Lest I forget, it’s fun for adults too.
I’m baking along with the group,
Bouchon Bakery Book Project.
To bake along with the group, first, purchase the book, Bouchon Bakery, by Thomas Keller and Sebastien Rouxel, at a bookstore or online. Submit your food photo to the group, which will be posted on Facebook.
You can add the badge (below) to your blog, but don’t need a blog to join.
BOUCHON BAKERY BOOK PROJECT TEAM:
Aaron J Clarke
~ Recipes scheduled to bake in April ~
April 5 Bouchons
April 12 Gingerbread
April 19 Coffee Cake
April 26 Rum Cake
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Peace in Baking,
Baking is my Zen…sweet nibbles for the soul
Photography by Carmen Ortiz ~All Rights Reserved.
Not to be used without permission.