What to do with leftover marzipan
Never let those extra bits of almondy goodness go to waste again. Marvellously malleable marzipan is handy to have in your store cupboard year round, but comes into its own at Christmas if you’re icing a cake or making mince pies.
Why not try making your own homemade marzipan, too? Find out how to make marzipan.
Recipes using marzipan
Just a few our favourite ways to use up those squidges of leftover marzipan.
Need a recipe double-quick?
Stamp out 11cm diameter circles from ready-rolled puff pastry. Core apples (don’t peel) and thinly slice. Roll out and cut marzipan into strips, then arrange alternately with the apples on top of the pastry circles, leaving a 2cm border. Bring up the edge of each circle to cover a little of the filling, brush with egg wash, then bake at 200°C/fan180°C/gas 6 for 15 minutes or until golden.
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