I have vivid memories as a teenager, toasting Marshmallows on a very vintage toasting fork in front of our coal fire. I tried my best not to burn them. The taste was always worth it.
While I’ve never been good at cake decorating, I thought I would give my new Nifty Nozzles a try. Carol, of Sugar and Crumbs was kind enough to send me some.
Toasted Marshmallow is one of Sugar and Crumbs new flavours, as soon as I tasted the cake, I remembered my marshmallow toasting days all those years ago. Trying to replicate the memories in front of a gas flamed fire, just doesn’t have the appeal any more.
Colours and Nozzles used.
You could use plain caster sugar in the cake batter, or plain icing sugar for the drizzle and frosting. But where’s the joy in that.
This recipe will adapt to using all different flavoured icing sugars.
Have fun with the piping be as carefree as you wish. I need a little more practice and had fun. Take note. Beware of fake Nifty Nozzles. If in doubt, check with the Sugar and Crumbs website first.
Will keep in an airtight container for a couple of days.
Keywords: toasted marshmallow marbled bundt cake