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Marbled marshmallows

April 27, 2019
Marbled marshmallows

Maike and I are totally in marble fever right now – who would have thought that? Honestly, I was a bit skeptical of the whole Mumor trend – but now everything is gemarbeled what’s going on. And everything you eat can get bonuses from me anyway. That’s why these marbled marshmallows have already won with me.

Marbled Marshmallows – Mouse bacon with marble effect

The idea for the Marbled Marshmallows brought me a terrible kitchen chaos during a creative fever weekend – Maike and I tried quite a few recipes and actually wanted to make marshmallows as well. But we already had that on the blog and pushed it all the way back – the twist was missing. Until I saw the food color next to the powdered sugar. And hey, the idea was born. I have used a very simple marshmallow recipe, which I have also used for mail from my kitchen. Delicious!

Marbled marshmallows

Marbled marshmallows – you need that

The amount is enough for a small bowl (about 15 x 25 cm)

  • 250 grams of powdered sugar
  • 2 sachets of gelatine powder (each for 500 milliliters of liquid)
  • 2 packets of vanilla sugar
  • 150 milliliters of water
  • Some butter
  • 1 tablespoon powdered sugar / starch
  • Some food coloring

Marbled Marshmallows – that’s how it’s done

Grease your shape with butter first. Then mix a tablespoon of powdered sugar with a tablespoon of starch and powder the form with it. Keep the rest of the mixture on top, then powder the marbeled marshmallows.

Sift the icing sugar into a bowl and mix it with the vanilla sugar. Then dissolve the gelatin in the water and put the whole on the stove. Heat the gelatine until it almost boils and then add the water to the powdered sugar. Beat it all up with the blender at high speed until the consistency becomes firm and sticky. Then pour about 3/4 of the mass into the mold and beat the rest briefly with the food coloring. Then spread the colorful mass over the rest and pull marble shapes in with a fork. Lightly tap on the work surface with the mold until the surface smoothes. Now you have to leave the whole for at least 3 hours. Then you can cut out or cut shapes and sprinkle the marbled marshmallows with the starch-sugar mixture.

Enjoy the meal,

Jutta

PS: As you make the matching marble cups to the marshmallows, we show you in this video. The article can be found here .

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