All posts tagged: coconut marshmallows

Eco Eats: Thanksgiving Favourite Eats

  Thanksgiving Day is one of my favourite holidays! A wonderful time for friends and family to come together and make new memories during a fantastic dinner.  It is also a time for reflecting on what we are thankful for.  It’s always been a tradition at Thanksgiving Dinner and/or Friendsgiving for everyone sitting around the table to say one thing they are most thankful for.  Through all the good and bad that has happened this year, there is still so much to be thankful for.    When it comes to the holidays, the main attraction is always the dinner table garnished with chic decorations and tasty treats.  ’Tis the season to start whipping up in the kitchen some old fashioned favourite holiday dishes.  Here are some of our favourite Thanksgiving side dishes, drinks and desserts.  Whenever possible, support local.  Some local favourites making their way to our Thanksgiving Dinner are Coconut Marshmallows from Powder Monkey Gourmet Treats and Cayman Thanksgiving Tea from Tea Time in Cayman  Blood Orange & Cranberry Sauce    Ingredients: 1 bag …

Eco Eats: Powder Monkey Marshmallow

  Photo Credit: Powder Monkey Cayman Marshmallows are an all-time favorite dessert/treat/garnish.  I love how versatile marshmallows are: great as garnish on a cup of hot cocoa, a bonus ingredient for pancakes and excellent as a dessert all on its own.  Powder Monkey Marshmallows are the creme de la creme of marshmallows — think fun treat with gourmet taste.  With a selection of refreshening flavors: passion fruit, coconut, exotic rose and mint chocolate chip you are bound to find a favorite bag of marshmallows.  These unique flavored marshmallows are made with love, from scratch and hand cut —a quality made product to be enjoyed.  When applicable locally sourced ingredients from local farmers are used such as coconuts and passion fruit.  For those of you have allergies, you will be delighted to know that Powder Monkey Marshmallows are gluten free and do not contain egg. Yay! (Said everyone with a gluten allergy, me included).  Lydia, can be found experimenting with new flavors in the kitchen.  We can’t wait to see what new batch of flavors she …