Making your own marshmallows with clean nutrient-dense ingredients is surprisingly easy and quite fun! In fact, the two primary ingredients are honey (see Honey: The Sweet Truth About a Functional Food!) and gelatin (the same protein that makes bone broth so beneficial, see Why Broth Is Awesome and The Health Benefits of Bone Broth). And this festive Halloween twist makes these fun treats you can share with friends, family and co-workers!
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You could, of course, use this exact recipe to make the more typical cube shape marshmallow, perfect for roasting over the campfire, making s’mores (with my Graham Crackers recipe), adding to a cup of hot cocoa (I recommend Eating Evolved), or enjoying on its own. In this case:
- place in a greased glass dish instead of piping
- once set, invert onto parchment paper or a silicone mat and cut into squares
- toss in arrowroot powder to stop them strong sticking to each other