Marzipan Day

Marzipan Day

Love it or hate it, marzipan plays a big role during the festive period. Chances are youâ??ve got a fair bit left over (including toppings of Christmas cakes and treats), and youâ??ll need something to do with it. Marzipan Day is all about exploring this sweet, yellowish paste of ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites as an ingredient and getting creative. See what you can make!

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