Chewy Taiwanese snowflake crisps | Simple candy recipes

Standing time: half-hour. 

1 . Generously grease or line an 8- x 8-inch (20.5 x 20.5 cm) baking pan with baking (parchment) paper.

2. In a big saucepan, soften the butter over medium warmth. Cut back the warmth to medium-low and add the marshmallows. Stir constantly till all of the marshmallow melts, resembling melty mozzarella cheese. (Alternatively, you’ll be able to soften the butter and marshmallows within the microwave, in 20-second bursts, stirring after every burst.)

3. Add the milk powder (or buttermilk powder) and vanilla extract and stir till integrated. Add the crackers, nuts and dried fruits.

4. Utilizing a versatile spatula or picket spoon, stir till all the pieces is nicely coated with the marshmallow-butter combination. The crackers, nuts, and fruits must be unfold evenly so every chew can have just a little of all the pieces. At this level, it’s as much as you whether or not to crush and break up the crackers. I desire the crackers a bit extra intact. Take away from warmth. 

5. Switch the combination to the ready pan. Put on a pair of greased food-safe gloves. When the combination is cool to the contact, pull, stretch and knead it just a little, utilizing your fingers. Evenly press the combination into the coated pan utilizing your fingers (or a greased spatula). You need the combination to be about 1.3 to 2 cm  (½ to ¾ inch) thick and leveled, so don’t over-flatten it. Cowl and let relaxation on the counter for half-hour.

6. Minimize into 12 to 16 even items. Mud throughout with milk powder. Take pleasure in one (or two) after which conceal or share the remainder of these tempting bites.



• A wide range of biscuits can be utilized for snowflake crisps – Ritz crackers are one instance of the kind of salted snack cracker used on this recipe. 

• Retailer in an hermetic container and eat inside a couple of days.

• Substitute the milk or buttermilk powder with matcha for inexperienced, matcha-flavored crisps. You are able to do the identical with cocoa powder for cocoa-flavoured chews. Be happy to alter up your mix-ins.



Pictures and recipe from Trendy Asian Baking at House by Kat Lieu, pictures by Nicole Soper Pictures (Quarry Books, RRP $32.99).  

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