These clea eating marshmallows are delicious in every way!
When I found this video, I did the Snoopy Dance all over my living room. I may have even done a “Tom Cruz” on my couch. I’m not sure. My memory is conveniently fuzzy at the moment.
If you live the clean eating life style, but miss your occasional treats, here’s a no-guilt treat for ya. Clean Eating Honey Sweetened Marshmallows! (The video uses agave, which I do not believe to be clean. So I simply subbed with honey. Worked like a charm!)
Admit it. You just did a little Snoopy Dance in your chair.
Here’s the recipe in case you didn’t have a pen and paper handy during the video.
Also check out this recipe I did as a guest post for Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows. Yum!
Please Note: The type of gelatin you use makes a difference in how healthy they are. Gelatin has many health benefits if you use the good quality stuff. I found this brand and have enjoyed it quite a bit. Also, the video below is to show the technique for making these. However the use of agave is not clean as agave is highly processed. So the recipe below calls for honey instead.
Need some help choosing the right gelatin? This article is very helpful.
YOU MIGHT ALSO ENJOY THIS CLEAN EATING RECIPE:
CLEAN EATING MARSHMALLOWS RECIPE
Made with or without pumpkin pie spice, these marshmallows are clean and totally delish!
- 6 tbsp. water
- 2 packets unflavored gelatin
- 1 cup honey
- 2 tsp. pure vanilla extract (I used bourbon vanilla)
Stir gelatin into water in a small bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds.
While that's in the microwave, pour your honey into a mixing bowl.
Add warm gelatin/water mixture.
Blend for 12-15 minutes until the mixture is white and fluffy and has quadrupled in size.
Coat a casserole dish with cornstarch.
Scoop marshmallow mixture into casserole dish and smooth top so it's level with a spatula.
Let sit for a minimum of 3 hours. Overnight is best.
Turn out onto a surface dusted with cornstarch.
Slice into desired size.
Store in a plastic bag.
Please note that the nutrition data below is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible.