Chocolate Marshmallow Teacakes
Hello my Little baker bees! I see you have clicked on an oldie but a goodie - my Nana's Chocolate Marshmallow Teacakes - which i'll warn you now: you will have a very hard time only having one. Of course as we are now in December I've added some red and green food coloring to give them a touch of Christmas (and, of course, a dash or three of Sherry and Peppermint Liqueur, which hits you a few seconds after your first bite).
Christmas is one of my favorite time of the years, perhaps its when I take stock and look back on the year that's coming to an end. I think it's no secret that this year is a year we would all wish we could forget or never have had. Maybe!!
But for me, I've been a tad more home stick than I had been in years, Perhaps is due to having too spend more time at home than normally ( My poor Husband ) Not seeing my friends, and having to cancel some trips we had plained, which takes me back to this little treat, which to me looks like a little nipple, I recall when being a kid( wasn't that long ago, I'm an 80s child after all) with my much older siblings we used to dash into nans dinning room, we had to run through the kitchen and the hint of chocolate used to hit you before you even reached the dinning room and you knew right away what was awaiting you, once you reached Nan's l'queur dinning table. Theses yummy marshmallow chocolate goodness. So heres my take on one of my dear departed Nans, hope I've done her justice I guess my mother would tell me, but she can't cook. So! you will have to take my word for it. Enjoy
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You, should be proud about making these deadly delicious desserts. They are a tasty treat, and so beautifully with that shiny glossy dome.
Optional: As you can see, I've touch them up with some edible sugar balls & holly leaves to give them that extra touch of Christmas, but it goes without saying these are perfect for any time of the year.
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