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(BBC-US)   Giant marshmallows ruled ingredients, not snacks. With photo of what the UK calls a S'more - hey, that looks pretty good   (bbc.com) divider line
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2022-10-07 12:16:39 PM  
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One of the leftovers that we brought home from the cottage.  These are also  "mega" -sized and make very tasty s'mores.
 
2022-10-07 7:47:45 PM  
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natazha: I've tried mega-marshmallows in S'Mores, but it is very difficult to melt the inside without charring the outside.


That's the biggest issue and requires a lot more patience.

OTOH, some of my family members devised a gluten-free s'more with the mega-mallows.  Cut a slit in the marshmallow, insert the piece of chocolate, and carefully toast the marshmallow until the chocolate melts.
 
2022-10-07 2:41:05 PM  
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A mallow:

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2022-10-07 7:14:27 PM  
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I've tried mega-marshmallows in S'Mores, but it is very difficult to melt the inside without charring the outside.
 
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