Laura Curtis calls her marshmallow sandwich cookies "malvis," from malvavisco, the Spanish word for marshmallow. She was inspired by toasty s'mores and summer campfires on Lake Michigan, but she picked up her technical skills at the Culinary Institute of America, and then working as a research and development chef for a large supermarket chain.
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These confections are delicious straight, but magical things happen when you microwave them for 5 seconds or put them in a toaster oven for 30 seconds. Pack them as a glorified s'more for your next glamorous camping trip.
Sugar, tapioca syrup, organic chocolate (organic cocoa beans, organic cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, organic vanilla bean), organic wheat flour, butter [cream (milk), natural flavor], dark brown sugar (cane sugar, molasses, inverted sugar), raspberry puree (raspberries, water), hibiscus water (dried hibiscus, water), honey, cocoa powder, gelatin, potato starch, salt, baking soda
- Contains dairy.
- Contains eggs.
- Contains soy.
- Contains wheat.