I have a question about the recipe "Moonshine Marshmallows" from Caitlin Freeman. Has anyone tried making these with rum? Would a dark rum work ok as a substitute for moonshine?
Lindsay-Jean is a Contributing Writer & Editor at Food52.
Rum should be fine. In the recipe comments, the author notes that you can use any type of alcohol --"We use a corn whiskey (called moonshine) made by Kings County Distillery. Any other alcohol can be substituted; we've loved whiskey, Lillet Blanc, brandy, etcetera."
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