have you had a homemade marshmallow? if not, please make these. not only do they far surpass those jet-puffed, bleach-white mallows in flavor…they are deceptively easy to make. plus, everyone will think you are some sort of confectionary genius. these mallows were made to impress.
listening: the wrong side of reno: rocky votolato
because that was our recessional song for our wedding and, well we live, met and went to school in reno.
Next week, I will be camping with my fam near Santa Cruz, Ca…I’m very excited. I’m bringing the mallows for some s’more action. Be excited!
I used organic cane sugar instead of regular white, granulated sugar. Since my husband and I have been on a quest to virtually eliminate High Fructose Corn Syrup from our diets, I used Lyle’s Golden Syrup in place of corn syrup. I have also used honey with excellent results. MMMmmm, honey scented mallows! (Can be made and stored in an airtight container for two weeks at room temperature.)
Nonstick cooking oil spray
1 cup cold water, divided
3, 1/4-ounce envelopes unflavored gelatin