Happy National Toasted Marshmallow Day! I did not even know that we had a National day for marshmallow so this was kind of fun to find. Thinking about marshmallow made me go back to my childhood days.
I started thinking about rice crispy treats, roasted marshmallows, and S'mores. I remember that almost every time that we had a fire going out side, I would always ask my dad if we could roast some marshmallows after the coals got just right. If we planned ahead, my mom would get some chocolate bars and gram crackers so we could have S'mores for dessert.
But my favorite memory was having my peanut butter marshmallow open-face sandwich…YUM! My mom would spread peanut butter on a slice of bread, making sure that she got the peanut butter all the way to the edges. Next I would get to put the marshmallows on top. NOTE: the miniture marshmallows. Sometimes I would make a design, or a smilie face, but most of the time I would make sure that the peanut butter was fully covered by the marshmallows. My mom would bake the sandwich for about 15 to 20 minutes in an oven at 350 degrees. It is cooked until the marshmallows are toasted to a golden brown. You would have to let it cool for a few minutes, between the peanut butter and the marshmallows, you could really burn the roof of your mouth. I would usually pick off a few and blow on them until they cooled, but would eat them on the sandwich…what a great combination.
Do you have some fun marshmallow memories? Please feel free by sharing them in the comment section below.
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