Who doesn’t like roasting marshmallows over an open fire, either for s’mores, or just plain eating? No, seriously, who doesn’t – email me and we’ll have an intervention or something.
Marshmallows in their simplest form are basically sugar, water, and gelatin. However, if you look at the ingredients of most store marshmallows, you’ll find corn syrup (GMO), corn starch (GMO), and both artificial flavors and colors (because after all, only Blue #1 can give you a really white marshmallow).
But if you’re like us (this was the brainchild of S, so I’ll give credit where it’s due), you wonder why you can’t make your own, and skip all the garbage… Here’s the answer to that prayer – we’re going to show you how to make homemade marshmallows with no corn syrup.