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Everyone just loved this recipe for Marshmallow Creme Fudge.
Stirring in store-bought marshmallow creme, such as Marshmallow Fluff, gives this chocolate sauce its fudgy texture. Spoon it over ice cream for classic New England—style sundaes.
This is one of the results of my "fooling around with marshmallow creme" phase.
This sticky Italian specialty, also known as torrone, has a light lemony bite, a honeyed sweetness, and a marshmallow-like smoothness that's the perfect backdrop to the crunch of toasted almonds. Get the packaging how-to for the Lemony Almond Nougat.
We've been making this candy for years. It continues to be a tradition for when the kids and grandkids cone home for the holidays. I've substituted pistachios for the almonds with wonderful results.
Add these tasty nougats to your cookie and candy platter at the holidays. They will disappear fast!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
This sweet, chewy nougat adds a pretty holiday blush to yuletide gatherings. It takes a little extra effort to make, but candy this festive is worth it!
A wonderful lady who baby-sat me as a child gave me a recipe book of her handwritten specialties for a wedding gift. This one is my favorite.
This nougat blanc recipe is a classic Montelimar-style candy. Nougat de Montelimar is specifically protected by an AOC (Appellation d’origine contrôlée, or controlled term of origin). The famous candy must hail from the city in southeastern France and contain at least 28% almonds, 25% honey, and 2% pistachios, all of the highest quality. This recipe meets the ingredients standard, and although you may not be sitting in Montelimar right now, you can whip up a delicious batch of the low-fat candy in your own kitchen!
This nougat has an elusive orange flower water flavor and plenty of nuts. I buy pistachio nuts in small quantities, so they are crisp and fresh, and I don’t toast them, so they retain that lovely brilliant green color. I have fond memories of my grandfather, who was Syrian, giving me huge 10-pound sacks of red-dyed, unshelled pistachios to snack on when I was a little boy. I ate them so fast, they only lasted a few days at most. The red dye on my fingers, however, lasted considerably longer.
Torrone, otherwise known as nougat, is a concoction made from honey, well-whipped egg whites, vanilla, and walnuts or almonds; it's an ancient sweet that requires considerable skill and care to make well, and in the past was also a great favorite among pastry chefs because it can be used as a building material for making fanciful cakes and other such delights. It's made throughout Italy, and Sicily's is especially renowned.
For Kill Bill, Uma Thurman had 10 weeks to lose 50 post-baby pounds. "I was being trained from every angle. Nine to five, five days a week. Every part of me hurt," she says. Easier to take: no-deprivation diet changes that Jackie Keller, founder of L.A. food-delivery service NutriFit, masterminded. Her dried-fruit nougats satisfied Thurman's chocolate yen.
Torrone is a delicious, edible confection served throughout Italy. I like this version because of the addition of a bit of freshly-ground, black pepper and grated orange zest. Edible wafer paper is available at baking supply stores.
Torrone, otherwise known as nougat, is a concoction made from honey, well-whipped egg whites, vanilla, and walnuts or almonds; it's an ancient sweet that requires considerable skill and care to make well, and in the past was also a great favorite among pastry chefs because it can be used as a building material for making fanciful cakes and other such delights. It's made throughout Italy, and Sicily's is especially renowned. Cubbaita is an older version developed by the Arabs who lived in Sicily.
This honey nougat ice cream recipe takes rich honey ice cream and turns it into something fantastic with the addition of Montelimar-style nougat. Versions of this popular, artisanal ice cream flavor are widely available at glaciers throughout Provence.
Yummy! My mom likes this with smarty candies instead of nuts, but I prefer nuts. You can also substitute m&m candies once the marshmallow mixture has cooled, if you prefer.
Why should kids have all the fun? A lovely way to keep the conversation going long after dessert, these soft, aromatic little confections are like Peeps for adults. Lillet perfumes the marshmallows with orange and honey notes and gives them a haunting buzz.
Homemade marshmallow spread is so ridiculously easy to make that you'll chuckle at yourself for ever having assumed it was complicated. Making it also allows you to use pure vanilla extract, which tastes so much better than the fake vanillin flavoring in many commercial versions. This spread is superb in S'mores Crêpes.
A marshmallow sauce for ice cream.
Here's a soda fountain favorite that goes back more than a century. It's similar to an Italian meringue frosting for cakes, and is to die for on any chocolate ice cream.
Believe me when I tell you that making your own marshmallows is worth it. They are the dreamiest, creamiest confection you can ask for. Swirl one on your tongue and it will melt into your mouth like n..
These can be layered between sheets of parchment and stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to two weeks.
Once these vanilla-flavored puffs pop up in a gift basket or on a serving tray, they're bound to become perennial favorites! Recipe from Country Women Mag. They kept the candy easy, too, by making it..
My marshmallow cream reminds me of ice cream sundaes and my mother’s homemade fudge. It also reminds me of fluffernutter sandwiches and just eating spoonfuls of it out of that jar with the red lid and blue and white label. Basically, it reminds me of all the things that are now my dietary taboos. Finding out that it was made with eggs devastated me, but I’m relieved to know that I can make an alternative. I recommend using Lyle’s Golden syrup instead of corn syrup as a natural alternative, but this will yield an off-white color. If this bothers you, then feel free to use corn syrup instead. Note that this frosting base is neither vegan nor kosher.
There is nothing quite like homemade marshmallows. Used for topping cups of steaming hot chocolate, in gooey homemade s’mores, or simply for snacking, marshmallows are remarkably easy to make.
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