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Choc Coated Marshmallows November 16, 2008

Filed under: Slices & Truffles — obsidian @ 4:54 am
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These are so wickedly delightful!!!

 
Ingredients:
1 packet of marshmallows (I like the pink and white kind…)
1 block of chocolate – I like Cadbury chocolate, but just choose your favourite. No cooking/compound chocolate though, if you’re going to make this, may as well do it properly!

 
Method:
1). Place a saucepan of water on the stove, place a metal/ceramic bowl over the saucepan to create a “double boiler”. Turn the heat on to a low heat.
2). Break up the chocolate and put it into the bowl. Stir this around as it melts to prevent it burning. Gently heat this to melt the lot. Chocolate gets ruined when it’s overcooked, and it will seize if you put even a few drops of water in it, so be careful!
3). Line up the marshmallows on a tray lined with wax paper so there is about an inch space between each.
4). When the chocolate is fully melted, spoon it over each marshmallow to cover them. Place them in the fridge to set.

 
Not many of mine make it to the fridge Smile they are just as yummy (if not more so) when the chocolate is warm and gooey!

 
Variations:
Use toothpick to dip marshmallows in, rather than pouring the chocolate over them. Serve with the toothpicks still in them.

 
When the chocolate is soft, holding the toothpick, dip the coated marshmallows in 100s & 1000s, coconut, milo, grated white or dark chocolate etc.

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