Roasted or toasted marshmallows
A popular camping or backyard tradition in North America is the roasting or toasting of marshmallows over acampfire or other open flame. A marshmallow is placed on the end of a stick or skewer and held carefully over the fire. This creates a caramelized outer skin with a liquid, molten layer underneath. According to individual preference, the marshmallows are heated to various degrees—from gently toasted to a charredouter layer. The roasted marshmallow can either be eaten whole or the outer layer can be removed andconsumed separately and the rest of the marshmallow toasted again.
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