Pear Mallow Slice

 

Makes ~20 slices

Ingredients:

  • 250g “Nice” sweet biscuits
  • 150g butter, melted
  • 200g Carob spread
  • 1/4 cup thickened cream
  • 400g white marshmallows
  • 2 Tbsp milk
  • 5 gelatine sheets
  • 150g canned pear 
  • 250ml pear syrup from the canned pears

Method:

  • Grease and line with baking paper a 20cm x 20cm cake pan. Allow the baking paper to overhang, in order to lift the slice out of the pan when set.
  • Process or crush the biscuits into fine crumbs. Pour in the melted butter and mix until combined.
  • Press the biscuit mixture over the base of the pan and refrigerate for 15 minutes.
  • Put the ready-made carob spread and the cream in a suitable bowl to microwave on high for 40 seconds. Stir until smooth and combined.
  • Spread evenly over the biscuit base and put back in the fridge for 1 hour.
  • If the marshmallows are large, chop them into smaller bits as they will melt faster. Place them with the milk in a bowl and microwave in 20 second intervals. Stir well in between. Repeat until they are fully melted and combined.
  • With a spatula, spread the marshmallow mixture evenly over the carob layer and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  • Soak the 5 gelatine sheets in cold water for 8 minutes.
  • Puree the pears and combine them with 150ml of the canned syrup.
  • Place the remaining 100ml of pear syrup in a small saucepan. Squeeze the water from the gelatine sheets and add them to the saucepan. Stir over a low heat for about 30 seconds to melt. 
  • Away from the heat, add the liquid to the combined puree pear and syrup and whisk well.
  • Pour this over the marshmallow layer and allow it to set in the fridge for 4 hours or overnight. 
  • Slice with a hot knife. Wipe the knife between slices.
Carob spread recipe:- see low chemical, gluten & dairy free, condiments.

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