Sugar-Free Marshmallows & Marshmallow Creme

Courtesy of Low Carb Luxury. I tried it and it's good! Problem is, it sets into marshmallows soon, so it's not a creme for long, but good news is it can be microwaved. On regular power, it melts within 3-5 second. Might want to adjust power. If you want to use the creme, do either the microwave or use right after you make it. I used it for gbmom's Light Rocky Road Brownies.

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40mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Sprinkle gelatin over cold water in a mixing bowl.
  • Set aside for 5 minutes to soften.
  • Add to boiling water in saucepan; cook and stir until gelatin is dissolved.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Cool to consistency of thick syrup.
  • Stir in Splenda® and vanilla (and marshmallow flavored oil if using.).
  • Beat egg whites till soft peaks begin to form.
  • Very slowly, trickle a small stream of gelatin mixture into egg white, beating until all gelatin is mixed in.
  • Continue beating until light and fluffy (but not until they're dry.) If you're making marshmallow crème, pour into a jar (jelly jar, peanut butter jar, etc.) and refrigerate.
  • If making marshmallows, continue-- For Mini marshmallows-- Pour into greased and floured pan, cool to set, and cut into size desired.
  • For larger marshmallows, or marshmallow"eggs"-- Fill large square pan with a mixture of 2 parts vanilla protein powder to 1 part dried milk powder (the new Keto milk powder works well here.) The pan should be about two inches filled.
  • Take a dry raw egg and make indentations in the powdery bottom with the fuller base of the egg for making marshmallows, or with the oval side of the egg for making marshmallow"eggs" Then pour the marshmallow creme filling into the little"moulds", sprinkle a dusting of the powder mixture over tops of marshmallows, and allow to set If you make the"eggs" and want to cover them with chocolate, melt the dark chocolate low-carb bars in the microwave till very soft and almost liquid (you can use the Carbolite, the DeLite bars, etc.) Dip each formed marshmallow egg into the chocolate quickly to coat and place flat side down onto waxed paper to set.
  • The mini ones are perfect to sprinkle over puddings or berries and divine over pumpkin pie or mock sweet potato casserole!
  • Or use the marshmallow crème wherever your creative mind takes you!
  • 5 carbs in entire recipe for marshmallow crème.
  • Adjust as needed when making formed"eggs", etc.
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"Courtesy of Low Carb Luxury. I tried it and it's good! Problem is, it sets into marshmallows soon, so it's not a creme for long, but good news is it can be microwaved. On regular power, it melts within 3-5 second. Might want to adjust power. If you want to use the creme, do either the microwave or use right after you make it. I used it for gbmom's Light Rocky Road Brownies."
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  1. michelle.was.taken
    So is it safe to eat uncooked egg whites?
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  2. Mary S.
    Can you brown the marshmellow creme under a broiler like a real marshmellow to get the brown crispy crust?
    Reply
  3. Sherry F.
    I used this to make the nougat layer for my sugar free Snicker crunch bars. Instead of marshmallow flavoring I used butterscotch and it turned out great! Did not turn out soggy.
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  4. cuban100
    Yucky, didn't really like them at all
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  5. whittyjumper3
    Probably like most using this recipe, I really wanted to try it because of counting calories. I absolutely LOVE marshmallows and I regularly make them homeade. My favorite part is eating what stuck to the wisk. :) DONT do that with this recipe. I about gaged from the horrid aftertaste. I actually was very dissaponted at first with this recipe. Because of the egg white base it greatly resembles a meringe. It doesn't stay a creme for long and microwaving sends it straight back into a liquid state. I put it in a containner and just left it on the counter, not even wanting to eat any. To my surprise, I forced myself to retry it the next day (in its solid manner). I at it straight up with a spoon and actually enjoyed it. I then added it to my hot cocoa and it was fabulous! <br/>Something I would suggest to do is add some cocoa powder right after you remove the gelatin from the stove. It is fantastic!
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