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Marshmallows


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Ingredients

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  • 180 grams sugar
  • 250 grams hot water
  • 1 tbsp gelatine
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup dessicated coconut (to coat)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Line slice tin (18 x 28cm) with baking paper.

  2. Place sugar into mixing bowl and pulverise 8 sec/speed 9.

  3. Add gelatine and hot water and cook 7 min/100C/speed 2 (or until sugar is dissolved).

  4. Remove lid and place mixing bowl on bench to cool to room temperature (or until a thick syrupy consistancy is reached).

  5. Replace mixing bowl and insert Butterfly. Place basket on top of lid and whip syrup 3 mins/speed 4 (until mixture starts to thicken).

  6. Remove basket and whip a further 3 min/speed 4 or until mixture is thick (similar to a meringue mix).

  7. Add vanilla and mix 15 sec/speed 4.

  8. Pour into tin and refridgerate for approx 15 mins until set.

  9. Use a wet knife to slice into squares.  Put coconut in a bag and toss each square in coconut until well covered.

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Tip

If you wish to colour the marshmallow, just add a few drops of natural food colouring with the vanilla.

If you wish to colour the coconut just add a few drops of natural food colouring in the bag and rub in to get the desired effect.

 


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  • I'm going to try these for sure with my...

    Submitted by mccafferty on 6. September 2017 - 00:52.

    I'm going to try these for sure with my grandaughter thank you for sharing

    Patsy McCafferty

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  • in fact I thought I would increase the speed which...

    Submitted by Diannedianne on 30. April 2017 - 23:20.

    in fact, I thought I would increase the speed which broke my butterfly whisk and the insert over jug hole blew off and I had sticky goo all over the place....

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  • a dismal failure mixture stayed runny no where...

    Submitted by Diannedianne on 30. April 2017 - 23:13.

    a dismal failure. mixture stayed runny no where light & fluffy.

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  • First time ever considering to make marshmallow...

    Submitted by breezyk on 30. April 2017 - 18:15.

    First time ever considering to make marshmallow! Light and delicious, my husband thinks it's too watery..to be seen how it will fare in rocky road! I did add an extra spoon of gelatine.

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  • This recipe is great! ...

    Submitted by mrs_mcbride on 15. April 2017 - 13:28.

    This recipe is great!


    I added an extra tablespoon of gelatine as I plan on using it in rocky road eggs and also added more Vanilla- still soft and fluffy.


    I made a different recipe that turned out horrible, could taste the gelatine and it set very firm- wasn't pleasant at all.

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  • Easy as!  Tried other recipes

    Submitted by 3people3dogs2chickens on 4. September 2016 - 19:02.

    Easy as!  Tried other recipes and they separated - these were perfect  - I'm going to add an extra tbs of gelatine next time so I can used them n rocky road

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  • Perfect! Soft, fluffy and

    Submitted by UrbanAli on 27. January 2016 - 10:16.

    Perfect! Soft, fluffy and delicious. Awesome recipe! Thanks so much 

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  • Perfect for Easter coming up!

    Submitted by Amelia D on 13. January 2016 - 16:16.

    Perfect for Easter coming up! Light & fluffy - might even attempt the bunny next time I make it! Thankstmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Very light fluffy

    Submitted by El Jefe on 8. June 2015 - 20:08.

    Very light fluffy marshmallows, delicious rolled in toasted coconut. Mine had a two millimetre separation on the base of firm jelly but it didn't matter once covered in coconut.

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  • Really disappointed this

    Submitted by Shanny85 on 30. March 2015 - 12:17.

    Really disappointed this didn't work for us. I mixed it for nearly 15 mins! 

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  • Made these today with my

    Submitted by LoriO6 on 16. January 2015 - 13:28.

    Made these today with my daughter. We whipped an extra 3 minutes because it didn't reach the desired consistency. It still wasn't really like whipped egg whites but we threw it in the fridge and crossed our fingers. Upon inspection it seemed as though it had miraculously set into a white fluffy marshmallow but when we removed it from the slice tin we discovered that it had split into two layers - a brown thin layer of jelly on the bottom and a thick layer of white on top. It tasted ok but was useless in the end as we had made the batch hoping to use them in TRTLMT rice bubble bars - they flopped massively using the "marshmallows" we had created. A chef friend suggested a lot longer whipping time to incorporate the sugar more thoroughly. A miss for us.

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  • Made these last night and

    Submitted by brucas on 31. August 2014 - 14:28.

    Made these last night and they came out perfect! I only had gelatin leaves and used 6.

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  • Fantastic!I put into little

    Submitted by GirlWithAMac on 25. July 2014 - 15:57.

    Fantastic!I put into little flat bottomed ice cream cones and topped with spinkles for my daughters birthday party, worked really well tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Congratulations, Janine. 

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 4. May 2014 - 20:21.

    Congratulations, Janine.  When you made the moulded Marshmallow Bunny at our recent Easter Cooking class, everyone was so excited that it turned out so well.  And Ihad lots of positive comments from people about the marshmallow's lightness and taste.  Thank you for a useful and yummy sweet.

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  • Just wanted to say that these

    Submitted by Luffylangley on 20. April 2014 - 08:16.

    Just wanted to say that these are fantastic!! I wa a little worried when I saw some of the other comments but decided to try it anyway and they are brilliant. I even did some in little rabbit moulds for Easter treats for the kids and they look beautiful. I added a little pink colouring to half of them too tmrc_emoticons.) thank you!!

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  • This recipe is awesome, made

    Submitted by jenbabyv on 19. April 2014 - 17:16.

    This recipe is awesome, made bunnies very successfully, thankyou!

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  • Epic Fail! (As my kids would

    Submitted by Joksanders on 19. April 2014 - 16:17.

    Epic Fail! (As my kids would say!) I followed the recipe and method to the letter, but just ended up with a bowl of syrup!!! What went wrong? Any ideas anyone? tmrc_emoticons.( I used veggie 'gelatin' - maybe that was the problem? The packet said it was the same.

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  • unfortunately this didn't

    Submitted by Suzy55 on 5. April 2014 - 14:24.

    unfortunately this didn't work for me.  I ended up with a bowl of liquid that wouldn't whip or set. 

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  • What am I doing wrong? I

    Submitted by kennedyrh on 23. August 2013 - 11:53.

    What am I doing wrong? I tried making these marshmallows twice, they form together like when whipping meringue and look like they will be OK, but are really sticky and not solid after resting in the fridge for 15 mins.They are very light and airy and melt in your mouth but not proper marshmallows. Anyone have any tips. My son is desperate!

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  • I toasted the coconut, that

    Submitted by jeebee on 20. August 2013 - 22:41.

    I toasted the coconut, that worked well to coat them and they are tasty.  They are very light and fluffy but not so much like a traditional marshmallow so I will be looking for a different recipe.  It was quick and easy though!

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  • Thanks for the recipe, I have

    Submitted by CarolineLW on 31. January 2013 - 01:15.

    Thanks for the recipe, I have been hanging out to make marshmallow for ages, so easy, the kids loved them tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • These work great, very light

    Submitted by Dougalbrown on 4. August 2012 - 18:43.

    These work great, very light and fluffy. I coloured the coconut in the TM, about 100gms coconut, a few drops of colouring ~ mix  on Counter-clockwise operation speed 4, 4 seconds. Worked a treat  tmrc_emoticons.D 

     

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  • Wow these look great! i will

    Submitted by Sherrie23 on 28. July 2012 - 15:58.

    Wow these look great! i will be trying these for sure my 4 year old will love it!!  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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