These mini cookie sandwiches combine just about every flavor we can't get enough of: Each giant, pillowy marshmallow is infused with speckles of real vanilla bean and hugged by two melt-in-our-mouths, buttery cookies with a drizzle of homemade sea salted caramel.
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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Set out a plate of these beauties with your next batch of mulled apple cider. They're delicious straight, but please note that magical things happen when you microwave them for 5 seconds.
Sugar, tapioca syrup, water, organic wheat flour, butter (cream [milk], natural flavor), white chocolate (sugar, whole milk powder, cocoa butter, soy lecithin as an emulsifier, vanilla), honey, heavy cream, gelatin, potato starch, salt, vanilla beans, baking soda
- Contains dairy.
- Contains eggs.
- Contains soy.
- Contains wheat.