Guinness Marshmallows

Mar 13, 2014

Category: Food

St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t always have to be about getting plastered. What’s that? Hold on… we’re getting a bulletin here… OK, yes, apparently it does always have to be about getting plastered. But, it can also incorporate other fun things, like Guinness Marshmallows.

Brought to us by the downhome folks at Wondermade, these sweet squares are made with real Guinness single stout and sweetened with pure Penzey’s vanilla extract—no corn syrup here. As if that weren’t enough to make your inner leprechaun leap for joy, each mallow is also rolled in crushed pretzels. Put them in a pint of Guinness and revel in the stares you receive, or add some to a big mug of Irish coffee. Decadent. Delicious. And decidedly St. Patrick’s Day. [Purchase]

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