Marshmallows

2012-11-19
  • Servings : 5
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  • Cook Time : 5m
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Place the gelatin in the bottom of a large mixing bowl. Pour 1/2 c water on top and whisk to combine, then set aside.
Pour the honey and remaining 1/2 c water in a small saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a rolling boil, stirring to make sure it doesn’t burn or boil over.
OK here’s the tricky part. I actually transferred the hot honey mixture into a glass pitcher to make sure I wouldn’t spill. Turn on your mixer to medium-high in the bowl with the gelatin. SLOWLY pour a steady stream of hot honey, making sure the stream of liquid hits the side of the bowl first so it doesn’t curdle the gelatin.
Have patience…keep pouring until all everything is combined. Then leave the mixer on for 15 minutes. Yep. 15 whole minutes. I covered my mixer with a towel so it wouldn’t splatter. Add the vanilla about 2 minutes before it’s done.
Grease a 9×13 inch pan with coconut oil. When the marshmallow cream is whipped to perfection, spread it into the pan. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.
Then cut into squares and use for all your marshmallow-y needs.

Ingredients

  • 1 c Hpney
  • 1 c Water
  • 4 T Gelatin
  • 1 t Vanilla

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Comments (4)

  1. posted by Brian on November 19, 2012

    Please tell me these have the same texture and properties as regular marshmellows i always have bonfires but imma health freak and cant touch regular marshmellows :D thanks

  2. posted by pjsplace55 on November 20, 2012

    I don’t eat gelatin now that I know it is a translucent, colorless, brittle (when dry), flavorless solid substance, derived from collagen obtained from various animal by-products. Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, boiled crushed horn, hoof and bones, connective tissues, organs and some intestines of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, horses, and pigs.

    Is there another recipe without it for marshmallows?

  3. posted by erin b on November 21, 2012

    How wonderful I have always wanted a recipe for this as, smores are to die for and now we can have them! 80% chocolate, your marshmellows and a sweet flax cracker…perfection :-)
    This will be one of my next new tries.
    This is a paleo site right? And paleo believes in eating animals and all their parts right? Hmm seems to me no part of an animal that sacrificed it’s valuable life would not want full use of all it’s parts. Being Native American I find honor and value in doing so.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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