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Toasted Marshmallow Fluff

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That will be my next step. I slowly toasted some marshmallow fluff like one would caramelize white chocolate in the oven and it became too difficult to spread...I could also use a smoking gun to add a hint of smoke like a campfire.

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Both...I had a jar on hand and wanted to see if I could easily toast it. Since then I've been making it.

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What about just hitting it with a torch and then stirring, torching again etc...

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You mean you want the fluff to be homogeneously Toasted, not hit with a torch on the plate? Interesting.

I think I would make agar agar marshmallow, toast it, and puree it in a blender (like a fluid gel). If that didn't work, I would toast demerara or another "raw" sugar in the oven until its nearly burnt and then proceed with the regular fluff recipe. Maybe a little powdered smoke.

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When I tried that it came out grainer than when I slowly toasted it in the oven...good idea though

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