I have some extra bread at home and thought is the right opportunity to try out some new ideas from the Creativity Toast Bread Book I bought recently. I wanted something to prepare as I spend the afternoon baking 75 mini chocolate cupcakes, luckily the recipe I used is really easy and I don’t even have to use the mixer. So here I have Marshmallow sandwich. I lightly flatten the bread with a rolling pin, cut into round discs. I toast the bread lightly at 120 degrees for 5 – 8 mins, just to get it crisp.
I didn’t have colorful marshmallow so I could only use the white one, do slice/cut away the outer layer of marshmallow so that the sticky inner layer is expose and could stick to the bread. The first few which I din cut went swimming around in the ganache separately. The marshmallow should be slightly smaller than the bread. Place the marshmallow on one side of the bread and microwave on high for 10 secs, by then the marshmallow would look puffy. Cover the other bread on top and press down lightly, leave it aside for 10 mins.
Prepare coating chocolate or ganache and coat the sandwich with it. Leave on greaseproof paper to set. The texture is certainly surprising! The bread is crisp and the marshmallow is chewy, I didn’t check on the cocoa percentage but I thought a bitter sweet chocolate will be better, or just drizzle chocolate over creating a line pattern!
This looks so good! It reminds me of the little round sponge chocolate cakes i used to eat as a kid. What a clever idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Love this idea!
Wow! What a great looking snack, and so simple to make too! I’ve gotta try this one.
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this looks yummy! esp kids will like it!
there is a choco marshmellow sandwich under a korean brand (lotto, i think) which is sometimes sold in ntuc.
btw, how to make the chocolate coating or ganache?
and you had mentioned in your post about the chocolate mini cupcakes without using a mixer… can you pls share this recipe?
thanks so much 🙂