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Marshmallow Cream Fluff Recipe and Video




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I made a fun vid of my marshmallow cream recipe. You can use marshmallow cream fluff with ice cream, on cake, cupcakes, in trifles, on pies, in fluff sandwiches, as s’mores…. pretttty much anything. I also use it in my chocolate strawberry hearts . SO it can be used in a gazillion different ways, and taste much better than American buttercream (ewe) frosting.

 

I also have Matt Damon as a star guest on my show! I know, right? It was only a matter of time until he fell in love with me.

 

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This is me in my cookie demonstration, contemplating the delicious ways to consume marshmallow cream fluff. Ideally, with nobody else because sharing food is the pits.

 

Ingredients for Marshmallow Cream Fluff

– 2 egg whites

 1/4  teaspoon of cream of tartar

–  1/2 cup of corn syrup

 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract or half vanilla bean

 1/4 cup of sugar (granulated..you know the kind people put in their coffee) + another 1 tablespoon of sugar

– 1/6 cup of water

 

Set up two stations. In your first station, Combine egg whites and cream of tartar into mixing bowl. Place the 1 tablespoon of sugar next to KitchenAid mixer.
At second station, pour ⅙ cup of water, corn syrup and the ¼ cup of sugar into a sauce pan on stove. Attach candy thermometer. (Candy thermometers are easy to use, and many will beep at you once it reaches the desired heat!).
Heat on medium, stirring occasionally. Attach a candy thermometer

 

Turn KitchenAid mixer on medium to whip up egg whites.
As soon as the egg whites begin to froth up, slowly add the tablespoon of sugar. Soft peaks will form.

 

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Once the boiling sugar mixture has reached 245 degrees, turn off heat and IMMEDIATELY remove from stove.
Turn the mixer on low (with the egg white still in the bowl) and slowly pour the sugar into the egg white.
Turn to high to whip in more air, and add vanilla.  Mixture should be white, and airy.

 

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Top an ice cream sundae with marshmallow cream fluff.

 

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OR spoon some marshmallow cream onto a cupcake. Add berries for a Valentine’s day (or any day of the year!) touch.

 

I also used this for my chocolate covered strawberry hearts filled with marshmallow cream. Check out that recipe here.

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NOW WATCH MY VIDEO. IT’S SO SEXY. Happy Valentine’s Day. No, you may not come over and share this with me, make your own damn marshmallow cream.

 

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Marshmallow Cream Fluff Recipe and Video
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Serves: 12
 
Marshmallow cream fluff recipe, for a light, airy and soft dessert. Use it for endless dessert recipes. Dairy free and gluten free too!
Ingredients
  • You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: 1finecookie.com Search: “Marshmallow Cream” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here
  • 2 egg whites
  • ¼ teaspoon of cream of tartar
  • ½ cup of corn syrup
  • ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract or half vanilla bean
  • ¼ cup of sugar + another 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • ⅙ cup of water
Instructions
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  2. Toss the egg whites and cream of tartar into a clean mixing bowl.
  3. Mix on low to medium low.
  4. As soon as the egg whites begin to froth up, slowly add the tablespoon of sugar. Soft peaks will form.
  5. Pour ⅙ cup of water, corn syrup and the ¼ cup of sugar into a sauce pan.
  6. Heat on medium, stirring occasionally. Attach a candy thermometer
  7. Once the mixture has reached 245 degrees, turn off heat and IMMEDIATELY remove from stove.
  8. Turn the mixer on low (with the egg white still in the bowl) and slowly pour the sugar into the egg white.
  9. Turn to high to whip, and add vanilla.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 170

 

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2 Responses to Marshmallow Cream Fluff Recipe and Video

  1. NikkiB says:

    Can I either make my own corn syrup (if so please include recipe), or use a substitute? I know molasses is same consistency but has too pungent of a flavor….

    • Jasmin says:

      @nikki, I am not certain, never tried to make my own corn syrup. Not sure why you would want to make versus purchase.
      Molasses would not work in this recipe.

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