marshmallow toast

I can eat marshmallows all day long. So when I saw this delicious, albeit simple, recipe for marshmallow toast on Japanese website, Jin115, I just had to try it for myself. It’s so easy you should try it too. But be careful, yours could become the next source of dark matter or gate to Hell.

The recipe comes courtesy of Twitter user, “dare demo kantan cooking” (simple cooking for everyone), and when they say simple, they mean it. It only has two steps so even the most clumsy cooks can give it a shot. But before starting, just note that a toaster oven would be best. If you don’t have one, try your regular oven but be sure to pre-toast your bread because it won’t crisp up before the mallows burn!

Step 1: Line up marshmallows on a piece of bread (if you’re using the oven method, be sure to preheat it before you start).


Step 2: Throw the bread and marshmallows in the oven or toaster oven and bake until they turn golden brown. Keep an eye on your marshmallows unless you are one of those crazies who eats burnt ones.


Presto, so simple! Sadly mine didn’t look as good as the recipe picture. But you can’t go wrong with sugary carbohydrate goodness. My bread was kind of soggy so I had to resort to special methods for consumption.


One Japanese Twitter user also attempted this recipe but had cataclysmic results:


After the image was uploaded to Twitter and other Japanese sites, many interesting interpretations for the mishap were posted.

The user who made the toast believed he had created dark matter. While another individual thought this was a summons point to call forth the famed sculptor, Rodin, from Hell (I’m betting on this one). Others said the recipe was simply too difficult to make.

But don’t let those users scare you away from making marshmallow toast! After trying it myself, I discovered that it was even easier than I had initially thought. I encourage you to give it a go, but I’m not convinced it’s actually that great of a recipe. Yet, if I could somehow use the marshmallow toast to bring the sculptor Rodin back to life or create dark matter, I would make this again in a heartbeat.

Sources: jin115, recipes_love
Images: jin115, recipes_love, otthi3