HOW TO MAKE MARSHMALLOWS | homemade marshmallows without corn syrup

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These healthy (or healthier) homemade marshmallows use honey or maple syrup instead of corn syrup and high-quality, grass-fed gelatin from Vital Proteins. They’re light, fluffy, paleo-friendly and easily adaptable to a variety of flavors. More tips on the recipe page below. Video made in partnership with Vital Proteins. #spon

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29 Responses

  1. Faith and Family Farmhouse says:

    We just love making homemade marshmellows here at the Farmhouse! Love your cooking style ❤

  2. Suha Saad says:

    The ones I made taste a lot like honey, should they?

  3. bldavi2 says:

    Do you have a link to the black plate?

  4. Mira Flores says:

    Do you have a link for that brown colored plate?

  5. Umer Ajmal says:

    honey in marshmellows eeee

  6. Tina Pixie Rox Wood says:

    Love your channel x Is there anyway of making this suitable from veggies? Thank you xx

  7. E. Walker says:

    Hi: In any recipe that calls for half or one cup of honey, lightly coat the measuring cup with olive oil or your oil of choice then measure the honey. When you pour out the honey, every last drop of it will pour out with no sticky mess. I've done this with tablespoons and teaspoons, too. Works like a charm and clean up is easy peasy.

  8. Marcie Villasis says:

    Can I use this marshmallows to make rice crispy treats? For the kids?

  9. Holly Barnett says:

    Used half honey, half maple syrup. Had to cook over low heat because the mixture boils over super easily. It took over an hour for it to come to temp, and the end result did not taste good at all. Waste of ingredients and time. I’ll just go back to making it the reliable, “unhealthy” way.

  10. S R says:

    Can i use my blendtec instead of that mixer

  11. Nope nope nope says:

    Why do u think ppl is search for how to make marshmallow

  12. Nope nope nope says:

    Bahamian recipe with no marshmallow

  13. Compassion_for_all says:

    You lost me at beef gelatin.

  14. Manoj Shende says:

    I love love love marshmallows very much

  15. Ad Astra says:

    That looks so good. But then I remember refined cane sugar is poison for the body and gives us cancer.

  16. Regina Garduño Álvarez-Tostado says:

    Wow interesante

  17. Klimt Kahlo says:

    I need those measuring spoons. They seem not to rust and be sturdy! I browsed through the videos but never saw a link for them.

  18. BANDANA GUPTA says:

    If we do not put gletain

  19. Hestia Hawkmoon says:

    I really want to make some for an upcoming camping trip, but I was also curious, what else can you use the gelatin for?

  20. Kateena Maria says:

    They look delicious, I will give this a try

  21. Youna Alsuhaili says:

    you waste sooooo much!

  22. L. Aramburo says:

    This looks sooo ez and delicious! Never know how ez it was!!!! Now to find that power on line and other uses in recipes

  23. Andora French says:

    I absolutely loved the store-bought marshmallow but cringed when I found out the ingredients.
    SOOOO I am extremely happy that you have shared this recipe. Can't wait to try it!! Thanks!!! Yay!!!

  24. Joshua & Crystal DaVault says:

    I can't afford the mixers and stuff u use but it's cool. I need the veggie stuff for my husband. Low carb stuff

  25. Yamilka Estrella says:

    am I the only one who is in love with your channel, your kitchen and the way you do things? #goals

  26. MsJovi102 says:

    These look delicious! What did you do with the marshmallow that was left in the bowl? 😛

  27. Liz Love says:

    I want to try this with Rice Crispy treats!

  28. valbakke says:

    Holy sugar rush, they come out great with stevia.

  29. Lee Ann Tan says:

    Great recipe, thank you for sharing! I love your marble benchtop btw 🙂

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