Vegetarian Marshmallow Heart
Originally uploaded by watchjennybake.
The end result - delicious. Sweet, clean and fresh tasting. The vanilla was strong, and since I used a real vanilla bean, it was fun to see the little black specks throughout. Not that much different from a regular marshmallow, actually, rather like the texture of the first one you take from a freshly opened bag. Marshmallows aren't my favorite treat (clearly I had to put it IN chocolate, see above) but it is nice to know they can easily be made vegetarian for those of us who do not eat meat!
The replacement for the gelatin was xantham gum, which is also used in gluten-free baking, because it adds stabilization and structure. In this particular recipe it made the vegetarian marshmallows so stable they almost refused to melt down to be made into rice krispie treats!
Almost. We managed. :)
Yum! Thanks for the link to the recipe!
Yay!! Was so much fun! Thanks again.
Congratulations! Vegan marshmallows are so hard to make!
where did you get the recipe?
Jenny: check out PostPunkKitchen and you'll know where we're going next. I dare you to go there, too. ;)
That hot chocolate looks delicious! How do you make it?
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