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Allergen free milk chocolate filled with pink marshmallows.
All made possible by the Good Cook Spring Silicone Chocolate and Bark mold.
Seriously adorable, and easy to make.
I melted top allergen free chocolate chips in the microwave for about a minute long, stirring halfway.
It should look like this.
Spread the melted chocolate with the adorable spring spatula, find it on the Good Cooks spring tools section.
We look for the allergen friendly marshmallows, and have had luck with Kraft marshmallows before. According to the ingredients it should be safe for most top allergens. To go along with the spring theme, I chose the pink marshmallows. Although after trying it out, I do recommend the original white marshmallows instead. If you want color, just use some natural food coloring instead. The flavor and consistency was just not the same.
While the chocolate hardened up in the freezer. I melted the marshmallows in the microwave as well. I spread the marshmallow filling over the hardened chocolate.
I took more melted chocolate and spread it out all over the top. Then topped with allergen free rice crispy cereal. *I would recommend putting the layer of cereal under the chocolate and over the marshmallow layers, the chocolate hardened up too fast and the cereal didn't stick too well. The cereal gives extra crunch, and balances out the sweet in the chocolate and marshmallow filling. It should taste like a fun version of smores.
When you have food allergies it's hard to find treats that are safe, and even harder to find treats that look and taste good. I'm glad to find products like this and share them with you all that make it fun and easy for everyone.
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