Raspberry Flavored Marshmallow

OZ'S BLOG PICTURE  Let’s make it straight! Marshmallow is not just for kids! and makes you really happy! Regular marshmallows are full of sugar. Even though I like sweets a lot, I don’t want to be near any of them! I want to eat my marshmallow my way which is no refined sugar, grass fed gelatin and I kind play around with any kind of flavor. I made these marshmallows, coconut flavored, vanilla flavored and now raspberry flavored! These marshmallows are fluffy and happy!

I like all the flavors but raspberry is the one that I like the most. That’s why I’d like to share this recipe with you this week!

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Ingredients

  • 4 egg whites
  • 5 tablespoon gelatin
  • 1 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 2/3 cup powdered swerve
  • 20-25 drops Stevia
  • 1 teaspoon red beet powder (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon raspberry extract
  • 1/2 cup pomegranate juice (cold)
  •  3/4 cup water with 2 tablespoon no sugar cranberry juice concentrate or just pomegranate juice

Line a brownie pan with a parchment paper, put it aside.

Place the gelatin in to a pot and add half cup pomegranate juice, let the gelatin blooms. The gelatin will become firm in just couple of minutes.

Put red beet powder and swerve in to a small bowl and mix them well! Put it aside.

Put the egg white in to the stand mixer bowl, start beating the egg whites when they start foaming add slowly the cream of tartar, swerve and raspberry extract.

Keep beating for a minute or two until it becomes thick soft peaks.

Boil the 3/4 cup of cranberry juice concentrate or pomegranate juice and add this in to the gelatin mixture.

Stir until dissolves. If you still see some lumps briefly boil over the low heat and stir well until they go away. Add Stevia combine well.

Turn the mixer to medium and very slowly pour steady stream of gelatin in to the egg white mixture.

After you pour all the gelatin turn the mixer to high and continue beating until becomes thick and creamy. (3-5 minutes)

Quickly transfer the marshmallow cream in to the pan lined with parchment paper. Place in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. After that, cut it in cube or desired shapes and enjoy!

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