Baking a Marshmallow Fluff Cake

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02 December 2021

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Marshmallow fluff is one of my very favorite desserts. There are many different versions of the recipe out there. In fact, it's one of the reasons I like to eat cakes - you can eat dessert without feeling guilty! Marshmallow fluff consists of a very thick and sweet pudding-like cream, much like that of a traditional marshmallow, only it's not made with marshmallows. Instead, it's made with a mix of cream and eggs.

The most popular marshmallow fluff recipe calls for at least two eggs, two cups of cream, three and a half cups of sugar, and approximately one and a quarter teaspoons of vanilla or lemon extract. You can use white or egg yolks in this recipe instead of the milk. If you find you don't like the way it tastes, simply adjust the proportions by reducing the sugar to one half of the original recipe. For a richer pudding flavor, add more sugar. For a softer consistency, use less cream and increase the sugar.

Start by preparing your ingredients. Combine the softened cream, sugar, vanilla, and lemon extract in a bowl. Add the reserved egg whites and beat until the mixture becomes completely smooth. Scrape the mixture into a small bowl, cover, and refrigerate it for about seven minutes. This will allow the sugar to crystallize so that you can use a food processor or a blender to make the fluff smooth again.

Now you're ready to start mixing. Whisk the egg whites and cream together until they are combined completely. Then, gently beat the softened marshmallow fluff with the paddle attachment of your mixer. This will create long stiff peaks and you should not be able to see the marshmallow fluff from the mixture. If possible, use your fingers to mix the creme. If you find that the mixture is too dry, add a little water to make it easier to work with.

Next, you need to frost your cake. You should not need to frost the entire cake. In fact, the marshmallow creme frosting will make an excellent base for all sorts of delicious cakes, cupcakes, cookies and muffins. If you want to create a rich chocolate frosting, then simply frosting the entire recipe without the marshmallow creme will produce rich chocolate frosting.

If you have trouble finding homemade marshmallow fluff recipe, you can also substitute using prepared marshmallows instead. Just remember to use unsweetened and natural flavored corn syrup as well as a food coloring if you are not using any. A good rule of thumb is to use cream or milk based prepare frosting instead of oil-based frosting.

In order to make homemade brownies, all you need is brownie mix, a Graham cracker, some cream cheese, and some powdered sugar. Gather together all the ingredients and form them into a bowl. Next, you will need to heat a saucepan and bring it to a boil. Once the sauce comes to a simmer, switch the burner to medium low and allow the homemade pie to come to a boil. Continue to cook the brownie mixture until it reaches a stable temperature, about 2 minutes.

Now, remove the brownies from the heat and allow them to cool slightly. While they are cooling, you can prepare the marshmallows by using a food processor or a blender. Puree the marshmallows in the processor until smooth and creamy. Then, add the cooled sauce, sugar and corn syrup to the marshmallow creme and gently mix to combine. It is important to pour this mixture over the prepared brownies and let it set for an additional twenty minutes so that the fluff and sugary caramelized flavor of the marshmallows have time to completely absorb into the cake batter. mini marshmallows


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