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Vanilla Bean Marshmallows


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Ingredients

30 piece(s)

  • 30 g Gelatine powder
  • 280 g water
  • 330 g white sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla bean extract
  • Corn Flour, to dust, optional
  • icing sugar, to dust, optional
  • toasted coconut, to dust, optional
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Recipe's preparation

    Vanilla Bean Marshmallows
  1. Line a 18 x 26 cm baking tray with baking paper, allowing it to hang over the sides slightly. Set aside.

     

  2. Place gelatine and 140 g of the water into a bowl and leave to soak. Set aside.

     

  3. Place sugar into mixing bowl and mill 5 sec/speed 9. Scrape down sides of bowl.

     

  4. Add remaining water and heat 15 min/100°C/speed 2.


     

  5. Add gelatine mixture and combine 2 min/100°C /speed 2. Allow to cool in mixing bowl until the temperature falls below 50°C (approx. 30 minutes). Insert butterfly and beat 7 min/speed 3.5.

     

  6. Add vanilla and combine 10 sec/speed 3.

     

  7. Pour onto prepared baking tray. Set aside to set (approx. 1 hour).

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  • Easy to make and a hit with

    Submitted by trillylilly on 22. June 2016 - 20:43.

    Easy to make and a hit with the kids. Would be great for a party as not as sweet as store bought marshmallows.

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  • This is quick and easy to

    Submitted by ThermoNixer on 13. July 2014 - 13:37.

    This is quick and easy to make but I agree with some of the other comments - it's not real marshmallow. Probably fine for a kids party or very small serves as a decoration.

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  • Light, fluffy, easy to make

    Submitted by Joolm on 18. April 2014 - 00:36.

    Light, fluffy, easy to make and a bit of fun to eat. Kids loved it! Not really like real marshmallows at all though. The major downside is that they don't toast or even melt (go gooey) in the microwave; instead they kind of go back to liquid and end up a in a puddle... kind of weird. Next time I'll try a more traditional recipe with egg white and cream of tartar.

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  • Wow I can't believe I just

    Submitted by jessclayden on 5. December 2013 - 13:12.

    Wow I can't believe I just made my own marshmallows!

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  • Sorry but this really isn't

    Submitted by lauralofty on 14. November 2012 - 20:23.

    Sorry but this really isn't like real marshmallow.

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  • Who knew making marshmallow

    Submitted by Greencheez on 2. September 2012 - 22:13.

    Who knew making marshmallow was so easy!

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  • Easy to make,  if your

    Submitted by Kazmic on 1. September 2012 - 20:50.

    Easy to make,  if your putting coconut on it you might want to do it when still sticky before its set or it all just falls off

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  • Dead easy and delicious

    Submitted by Kate Parker on 25. August 2012 - 21:31.

    Dead easy and delicious

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