Recipe For Rose Water Marshmallows

My aim is to make sugar free marshmallows as perfectly light and fluffy as these rose water marshmallows are. I have dusted them with drinking chocolate but you could go the traditional route of using cornflour. Or even add some flavour to icing sugar.

Rose Water Marshmallows
Rose Water Marshmallows
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At the beginning of December 2014 I trawled the Mall looking for grey or black sandals. Mine had given up the ghost and I could not exactly go barefoot at work for the rest of the month. While trying on a huge variety of shoes I wore out the brown ones I was wearing. Which meant having to find a pair of those as well. I was not in a huge rush for those as I do have a pair of brown FitFlops I can wear as long as I am not walking too far. At the same place that I found a pair of black and pink sandals was a pair of brown ones. They were not the prettiest I have ever seen, but they were comfortable. Well, for at least the couple of months they lasted.

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I had no choice but to take them with us to Italy and by the end of the trip I could not wear them much longer. I had wanted to buy a pair of neutral coloured sandals for our trip to necessitate only packing one pair. This is all in aid to save space. However, I could not find anything suitable leading up to our departure. I managed to find a pair of purple sandals, and a pair of chocolate brown ones on our return. At the same time, everything was about chocolate for me. I made spiced choc mint ice cream, chocolate horlicks chews and these rose water marshmallows dusted in chocolate.

Rose Water Marshmallows, Spiced Choc Mint Ice Cream, Chocolate Horlicks Chews
Rose Water Marshmallows, Spiced Choc Mint Ice Cream, Chocolate Horlicks Chews

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Rose Water Marshmallows
 
These are the fluffiest and tastiest marshmallows I have ever had
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Ingredients
  • 21g powder gelatine
  • 140mls water, divided
  • 440g sugar
  • 225g light corn syrup
  • Pinch of salt
  • 2 egg whites
  • 5mls rose water
  • Chocolate drinking powder for dusting
Method
  1. Spray a brownie pan with cooking spray
  2. Place the gelatine and 125mls water into a bowl and set aside to bloom
  3. Put the sugar, syrup and 15mls water into a heavy bottomed saucepan
  4. Place on a medium temperature on the stove, stirring frequently with a wooden spoon until the sugar dissolves
  5. Place a sugar thermometer into the bubbling syrup and leave to come up to 115° Celsius
  6. Remove from the heat and add the gelatine
  7. Place the egg whites into a stand mixer bowl and use the whisk attachment to beat them until stiff peaks form
  8. Add the syrup and the rose water and continue whipping for 10 minutes
  9. Scrape the mixture using a silicone spatula into your prepared pan and spread evenly
  10. Spray a piece of baking paper to fit over the pan with cooking spray
  11. Place on top of the marshmallows, sprayed side down and set aside to set for at least 8 hours
  12. Tip out, keeping the baking paper in place to use as a cutting surface
  13. Spray a sharp knife with cooking spray and cut desired size marshmallows
  14. Dust each one in the chocolate drinking powder and store in an airtight container

Dave and I are on leave. We will be back at work on the 9th of January. I will start replying to comments then. I wish you all the best over the festive season.

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20 thoughts on “Recipe For Rose Water Marshmallows

  1. These look amazing and I love your delicate ingredients so will give them a whizz, thanks for sharing and Happy New Year Tandy 8)

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    1. My pleasure and hope you enjoy them!

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  2. Comfortable sandals that look pretty and work with just about everything is a rare find, I have spent ages trawling for the right sandal too. But I haven’t actually ever tackled the old marshmallow so high fives for your efforts here, they looks tasty little morsels too.
    Anna Johnston sharing the blog ♥ BOOM SHAKALAKA – It’s 2017My Profile

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    1. The sandals sadly need to go back!

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  3. Big thumbs up on anything rose water and homemade marshmallow. A while back I made some hibiscus ones. Got to try these soon. Have a great trip
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    1. Those sound so good Evelyne 🙂

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  4. I love anything rose water and I also love rose water. But I haven’t tried them both together. Lovely share, Tandy.
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    1. Thanks Anu 🙂

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  5. I love the taste and fragrance of rosewater. Very delicate in a marshmallow. Lovely recipe.

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    1. Thanks Jem 🙂

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  6. How how fun! I love baking and cooking with rose water.. it makes me feel so medieval and royal! haha! <3 – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
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    1. You have got it so right there, medieval and royal at the same time!

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  7. very ambitious!
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    1. And so easy!

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  8. un postre muy original, me encanta
    Sibaritismos de Inma sharing the blog ♥ BUST REMODELLING GEL CREA-MMy Profile

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    1. Gracias, my husband ate most of them 🙂

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  9. HI Tandy, shoe shopping can be such a chore sometimes. I want a shoe that looks nice but is comfortable. Sometimes thats a hard bill to fill. Your masrshmallows look delicious, something I want to tackle sometime. I bet they are much better homemade.
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    1. That is my exact specification! Please try this recipe, they are super easy and super fantastic:)

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  10. Oh I see, just re-read your introduction… you are aiming to make sugar-free marshmallows as light and fluffy as this recipe. I was confused when I read the sugar content. Happy new year, Tandy. x

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    1. Yes, that is my aim. Happy new year to you as well 🙂

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