So I wanted to create a genache that I can use to fill between cookies or macarons.
I have marshmallows that I made but not sure how to create the filling.
Any ideas out there?
So I'm looking how to make the Genache...it's not like I want to incorporate it to chocolate genache.
I want it to taste like marshmallow.
I thought of boiling whipped cream, adding the marshmallows. I will try it...
I just wanted to hear some ideas.
Thanks for your reply!
Ganache is chocolate, as for boiling "whipped" cream !, good luck chum
I would melt down marshmallows with butter in a heavy saucepan (like you were going to make Rice Krispie Treats) and then add warm ganache to it.
Can't guarantee it would work but it would be worth a try. I don't know if the mixture might "break" or not.
That's my best guess.
I used to make a marshmallow sauce that - when cold- would be a good texture to fill cookies. I am sorry that I don't remember the ratio, but I put the marshmallows in a 300 oven until golden brown (this worked better than torching them). While they were warm, I put them in a large pot with just a little heavy cream. I served it warm and it definitely tasted like toasted marshmallow, but you could do it without toasting them. I kept the leftover in the fridge and it was a nice spreading consistency when cold.
Marshmallow creme is not thin, by any means, in fact it is thick and gooey, somewhat like thick jam or even some frostings.