This homemade marshmallow recipe by lifestyle and food blog A Night Owl offers an unconventional mix between savory and sweet flavors taken from beer. The unlikely use of the libration in the dessert recipe turns the beer marshmallows into campfire s'more that is both salty and sweet.
The marshmallows are made from scratch using unflavored gelatin that is turned savory with the addition of cold beer of choice. The carbonated element adds a salty taste to the marshmallow thanks to the hops in the brew. The savory flavors are contrasted with sweeter notes found in the vanilla, sugar and corn syrup. Once the beer marshmallows are made they can be enjoyed as-is, or turned into a savory s'more with added milk chocolate and graham crackers.
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- By: Misel SabanApr 8, 2016