Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows
This Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows recipe is a squishy and sweet, chocolate-y and chewy combination of super sweet ingredients. This Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows recipe is certainly one for the kids to enjoy, and they will. This Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows recipe is made from all commercial ingredients so you are not really making anything as much as you are putting ingredients together to create Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows. So the kids can probably help or even do all of it as long as the caramel is not too hot. Or you can do the part with the caramel if it is quite hot, then allow it to cool, and then let the kids take over the kitchen for the rest of it.
This Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows recipe is extremely sweet, and is a treat that is more targeted at the kids than adults. Of course, make sure the kids have had a good breakfast, lunch or dinner before you feed them this snack. The amount of sugar in this Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows recipe could lead to a sugar rush or sugar spike and then you will also have to deal with the plunge in sugar levels after the spike. And that is no fun, and it is definitely not good for the kids. If they have a good meal in their tummies, it will slow the absorption of all that sugar and hopefully help them to avoid this up and down sugar rush and drop.
This recipe could be made to give away as gifts on various holidays or for special events. So if you have a special birthday coming up, or an anniversary, or if there are holidays of some kind where you would like to be able to give small gifts to friends, family and relatives who might be coming over to visit, this sweet treat could serve as a good one. It is very quick to make so if the guests are last minute, you can just pull the ingredients that you need out of the fridge and pop these marshmallow treats together in minutes. Of course, that would be without the kids trying to help you out. Still, they do come together quickly, and require more chilling than anything else to get them ready to eat or give out. This recipe also suggests that you use dark chocolate and consider sprinkling the chocolate with salt in order to create a salted chocolate to serve or give out. For the littlest ones, who are most likely to want to eat marshmallow treats, this may or may not be a good idea. They usually just want simple flavors, and the combination of salty and sweet may be beyond their undeveloped palettes.
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