Who doesn’t love marshmallows?! Marshmallows are the perfect treat for any occasion, from a family bonfire to a summer camping trip. Whether you’re making a classic s’more or something more creative, marshmallows are a must-have in any kitchen.
Today, we’re sharing 18 of the best marshmallow recipes out there. Whether you’re a fan of traditional recipes or looking for something more creative, you’ll find something you’ll love in this list.
So let’s get started. Here are 18 of the best marshmallow recipes you’ll ever try!
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How to Make Maple Marshmallows
Homemade Maple Marshmallows are all natural, no corn syrup marshmallows made with maple syrup ~ instantly upgrade your hot cocoa and other cozy winter sip-ables with these easy refined sugar free treats!
Enjoy these all-natural, fluffy, and scrumptious Maple Marshmallows that are made without any corn syrup! They're perfect for elevating hot cocoa or any warm beverage during those cozy winter months. What's more, they're refined sugar-free!
Lightly grease a 9x13 inch pan and line it with parchment paper, allowing the ends to extend beyond the pan edges.
Dust the pan with powdered sugar.
In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, combine cold water and powdered gelatin. Allow it to sit.
Pour the maple syrup into a relatively deep saucepan and bring to a gentle boil over medium heat. Cook it without stirring until the syrup reaches the soft-ball stage, which is 235°F on a candy thermometer.
Carefully monitor the temperature as you approach the soft-ball stage.
With the mixer running at low speed, slowly pour the hot syrup into the gelatin mixture.
Raise the mixer speed and beat until you achieve a thick, glossy mixture that holds stiff peaks. Add in the salt.
Quickly transfer the marshmallow mixture into the prepared pan and smooth the surface with an offset spatula.
Allow the marshmallows to set at room temperature for several hours or overnight.
Once set, use the parchment paper to lift the marshmallows out of the pan and invert them onto a surface dusted with powdered sugar.
Peel off the parchment paper and dust the marshmallow surface with more powdered sugar.
Slice the marshmallow slab into strips, and then cut the strips into cubes.
Roll each marshmallow cube in powdered sugar to coat all the exposed edges and prevent sticking.
Store the marshmallows in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.
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Indulge in this deliciously decadent mocha marshmallow recipe! Our three-step recipe is easy to make and will leave your kitchen smelling like a dream. Rich espresso and smooth chocolate are whipped together with fluffy marshmallows to create an irresistible treat that will satisfy all your cravings...