Give Easter an Undead Twist with Boozy Zombie Bunny Marshmallows!

Reanimate your taste-buds with a boozy, homemade version of Marshmallow Peeps with a zombie twist that will certainly make your Easter egg hunts a little more interesting.

Boozy Zombie Bunny Marshmallows | The Homicidal Homemaker

Rue Morgue #181 - March/April 2018Reanimate Your Tastebuds with Booze-Infused Zombie Bunny Marshmallows!

However you may feel about certain popular sugar-coated, marshmallow treat that is resurrected for every holiday, reanimate your tastebuds with a boozy, homemade version with a zombie twist that will certainly make your Easter egg hunts a little more interesting.

Not only are these Boozy Zombie Bunny Marshmallows tasty on their own, they’re also great in hot chocolate during the winter months, or roasted over campfires during the summer.

Get this recipe in issue #181 (March/April 2018) of Rue Morgue Magazine, available on newstands now!

Boozy Zombie Bunny Marshmallows

    What You Need:

    Marshmallows

    • 3/4 C. cold water
    • 2 packets unflavored gelatin powder
    • 2 T. liqueur (optional)
    • 3/4 C. granulated sugar
    • 1/2 C. light corn syrup
    • 2 t. clear vanilla extract
    • 1 pinch salt

    Icing

    • 1 C. powdered sugar
    • 1 T. meringue powder
    • 2 T. water
    • 1/4 t. clear vanilla extract

    Other Supplies

    • 1/2 C. granulated sugar
    • Gel food coloring (red, pink, black, green)
    • Candy thermometer
    • Pastry bags
    • Rubber spatula
    • Non-stick cooking spray
    • Small cake pan
    • Bunny-shaped cookie cutter (or silicone mold)

    What To Do:

    For the Marshmallows

    1

    In the bowl of a stand mixer, whisk together 1/2 cup of water with the 2 packets of gelatin. Spray your cake pan or silicone mold with cooking spray and set aside.

    In a medium saucepan, stir together the remaining 1/4 cup of water, liqueur*, granulated sugar, corn syrup, and salt. Heat the mixture over medium heat until it reaches 240° F.

    Turn the mixer on low and slowly drizzle the sugar mixture in a steady stream down the side of the bowl. Once the entire mixture is in, increase the speed to high, and mix for 10-12 minutes. Add green gel food coloring and clear vanilla extract during the last minute of mixing.

    Immediately pour the mixture into your cake pan, or place into pastry bag and pipe into mold. Allow to set for 10 minutes before cutting with cookie cutter or removing from molds.

    To decorate, roll marshmallows in granulated sugar, and use icing in pastry bags to add faces, blood, internal organs, and bones.

    Allow to fully dry before storing in an air-tight container.

    *If omitting liqueur, simply substitute with an additional 2 T. of water.

    For the Icing

    2

    Combine powdered sugar and meringue powder in the bowl of a stand mixer.  Slowly add the water and extract; beat at medium-high speed until stiff peaks form (approximately 5-7 minutes). Divide into bowls and color with gel food coloring (I used white, red, pink, black, and green icing). Transfer to pastry bags or covered dish until ready to use.

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    2 COMMENTS

      • Hi Angie! I haven’t tried this particular recipe with agar agar (yet!), so I’m not certain how well agar agar would work with the liqueur. However, I have made vegan marshmallows before using an equal part of agar agar flakes (not powder) in place of the gelatin, and had great results. If I try it with this particular recipe soon, I’ll be sure to give you an update! 🙂

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