A toasted marshmallow is a popular treat often enjoyed around campfires, bonfires, or during outdoor activities. It is made by roasting a marshmallow over an open flame until the outer layer turns golden brown and slightly crispy. The heat of the fire causes the sugar in the marshmallow to caramelize and create a deliciously sweet and toasty flavor. The inside of the marshmallow becomes soft and gooey while the outside gets a delightful crunch.

Toasting marshmallows is a common activity during activities like camping, where people use skewers or sticks to hold the marshmallows over the fire until they reach the desired level of toasting. Toasted marshmallows are often used to make s’mores, a popular American treat consisting of a toasted marshmallow, a piece of chocolate, and usually graham crackers, all sandwiched together.

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