FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN COOK UP A TOTALLY DELICIOUS MARSHMALLOW PANTOMIME CAKE:
Cake recipe handed down through generations and now kindly shared in cookbook
A LONGTIME member of the Childers QCWA has opened her home and her heart in sharing a favourite family recipe.
QCWA member Trish Jacobson whipped up a marshmallow, chocolate pantomime cake that is sweet not only in taste but in the memories it holds for the Cordalba woman and
Trish Jacobson, QCWA member. and keen baker You can do it in any sort of mould you like and any colour you like too.
The recipe was originally created by Mrs Jacobson’s grandmother and has been added to and adapted over the years.
“It’s been handed down through the generations,” Mrs Jacobson said.
But in a generous move, Mrs Jacobson chose to share the family secret with the tastebuds of Australia when it was published in the QCWA Queensland Sweet Endings cookbook.
Mrs Jacobson said sharing the recipe with others would make it even more special.
The family favourite was her go-to for birthdays and other celebrations, Mrs Jacobsen said, and she enjoyed adapting the cake to suit the occasion.
“I’ve had it all different ways, including a Cinderella’s coach,” she said.
“You can do it in any sort of mould you like and any colour you like too. You could even do it green for St Patrick’s Day.”
PIECE OF CAKE: QCWA Treasurer and International Officer in Division Trish Jacobson with her recipe for Marshmallow Madeira Cake with chocolate.