THE SLOW TORTURE and ROASTING OF MARSHMALLOW PEEPS

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Joanna Gotwald

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@Furkidlover

One summer I stumbled upon one of the most amazing treats ever. We were having a BBQ and forgot the marshmallows for the kids to enjoy over the fire. The only thing I could find were stale PEEPS left over from Easter. The rest as they say was history. I stumbled upon the most incredible, caramelized treat ever. Try it and you will love it!
The slow roasted and tortured marshmallow peep is by far my favorite way to eat a marshmallow peep with 2nd place going to the two week old stale peep.

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Serves:
As many as you like
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
5 Min
Method:
Grill

Ingredients

How to Make THE SLOW TORTURE and ROASTING OF MARSHMALLOW PEEPS

Step-by-Step

  1. First you must rip the peep away from its conjoined twin and impale the peep on a two pronged spear (long handled skewer).
  2. Position the peep high above an open flame and torture the peep until it begins to get soft and puffy from the melting of the peeps internal marshmallow life-force. Do not allow the peep to melt to the point of falling off of the impaling spear.
  3. Slowly bring the peep down closer to the fire and allow the outer sugar coating to bubble and if it catches fire, extinguish with a puff of air (blow out the flame) and continue until the outer flesh of the peep is golden bubbling brown.
  4. Remove the roasted peep from the spear onto a slab (plate) and allow to rest and cool before consuming your peep with wild abandon.

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About THE SLOW TORTURE and ROASTING OF MARSHMALLOW PEEPS

Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Low Fat
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids



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