National Toasted Marshmallow Day
Many people remember fondly their childhood memories, sitting around a campfire and toasting marshmallows with wooden sticks. National Toasted Marshmallow Day allows you to relive those childhood memories and invites people to try toasting marshmallows for the first time.
To see where this particular day started, you must go back to the beginning. Although we may not be able to go back completely to the beginning, it is possible to see the beginning of our beloved marshmallow.
Although the marshmallow’s name is actually Althaea, it is actually a flower. However, this delicious treat has been made without harm to any flowers. The marshmallow was named after the marshflower, which is a marsh flower. Although the root of this flower was used originally to flavor marshmallows with flavorings, they now come in other flavors. The name is still a good one.
According to historians, the origins of the marshmallow can be traced back to ancient Egypt. There, people extracted the essence from the marshmallow plant and mixed it with honey to make a gooey candy. It was considered a luxury item, and was only available to the powerful and wealthy, like royalty, because it was so rich.
It’s more like the marshmallow we know today. The marshmallow was created in 19th-century France. It was made with egg whites, sugar, and marshmallow root extract. The mixture was then made into a soft, fluffy candy.
The marshmallow root, like the eggs, has been lost as they have changed over time. Then add some corn syrup, starch and/or gelatin to help them keep their shape.
The S’more is most likely the most well-known treat made with toasted marshmallows. The traditional outdoor treat that a girl scout invented is to put a toasted marshmallow inside a sandwich of graham crackers and a few pieces chocolate. The toasted marshmallow adds a melting sensation to the chocolate, and the whole thing is a delicious, gooey mess.
Toasty marshmallows are very popular and it is believed that about half of all marshmallows sold in America each summer are toasted over a flame. That’s quite a few toasted marshmallows.
These fun facts are all about the marshmallow and will impress your friends and family.
It’s easy to enjoy National Toasted Marshmallow Day. It’s an easy and delicious way of giving a nod towards this tasty, gooey treat. You can either use these ideas or create your own.
Although it is obvious, it deserves to be mentioned. This is the perfect day to get out and light some marshmallows by the campfire or fireplace. Invite your friends and family to join you in reducing those long sticks and building a campfire. Then, toast the delicious, fluffy sugar-mallows.
Toasted marshmallows are a great way to go beyond S’mores. These fun and unique recipes for toasted marshmallows will keep your family coming back for more!
Some companies sell toasted marshmallow-flavored products, which can be used in place of the real treat for those who don‚Äôt have a fire going. These are some of the options:
Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to a National Toasted Marshmallow Day Party. You can theme the decorations, food, and activities around marshmallows. You can have your guests wear white marshmallow costumes and create fun decorations by stringing marshmallows onto a thread and hanging it up as a garland.
Don’t forget to make a fire for everyone to toast marshmallows until they are satisfied. To make the time go by while you toast marshmallows, sing campfire songs.