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Parle G Smore's

Updated: Apr 19, 2023


You know as soon as spring starts we all start dreaming of camping trips and having a blast with family and friends. S'mores is that one dish which has to be part of any camping or cottage trip, it feels like comfort served in a cookie sandwich. In an Indian household you'll always find ParleG cookies no matter what!!! When growing up this was that one cookie type which we'd always carry with us on all our trips and naturally we'd make S'mores with them. I always loved sandwiching home made marshmallows between the ParleG and dipping the ends into dark chocolate, Omg so so yum!


Mmmm, a warm summer night, friends/family, a bonfire and these S’mores, what could be better?Well, currently that's what I'm dreaming off. In all seriousness though, these ParleG S’mores are always a huge hit and they are nothing fancy.


Let's make it together :) Please do leave a comment if you make this and subscribe/follow us on our website and Instagram @aliabakesto, Enjoy!


Parle G S'mores

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Rest time: 15 minutes

Total time: 35 minutes

Servings: 10


Ingredients:

245g sugar

125ml water cold

1 egg whites

7g gelatine + 2 Tbsp cold water for hydration

1 tsp vanilla bean paste

20 ParleG cookies

1 bar Lindt 70% dark chocolate (melted for dipping)


Instructions:

1. In a bowl hydrate the gelatine by adding 2 tbsp cold icy water and let it sit for 2 minutes.

2. In a medium sized sauce pan add the sugar and water, keep aside, cook on medium heat until the thermometer reads to 121C, add the hydrated gelatine mixture, mix until combined.

3. While the sugar reaches the desired temperature, in a mixing bowl add 1 egg white and mix until frothy. Pour the hot sugar mixture in a slow and steady stream and mix until fluffy and doubled in size (5 minutes) on medium speed.

4. Transfer the marshmallow mixture in a piping bag and pipe onto the cookies and create a sandwich. Dip the cookies into dark chocolate and enjoy! Before sandwiching you can also toast the marshmallows for an extra delicious texture :)













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