Pile of marshmallows.
Marlow, The Marshmallow Dessert Beloved By 1920s Silent Screen Icon Clara Bow
Clara Bow, best known for her role in the 1927 silent film "It," contributed a dessert to Photoplay magazine in 1933 called marlow, a variation on ice cream made with marshmallows.
To make Bow's vanilla marlow, heat milk and marshmallows together in a pan, then add vanilla and whipping cream. Once it's all mixed and cooled, pour it into trays and freeze it.
While Bow helped popularize this dessert, she wasn't the original creator. It can be traced back to the 18th-century icebox method of making ice cream.
Marlow was seen in many recipe books during WWII and the 1950s, but by the 1960s, it had disappeared, possibly in part due to the increased accessibility of ice cream machines.