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Every great host has to have a few trick up her sleeves. A signature cocktail whipped up like a professional mixologist; an insanely good lamb chop dish even your mother-in-law can’t besmirch; and a seemingly impossible dessert that only you know how to make. Well today I’m going to help you with the last one on that list. Low-calorie Homemade Elderflower marshmallows.
Alongside newborn puppy kisses or a romp through a field of wildflowers, marshmallows are one of life’s greatest small joys. I could literally munch on those little heavenly sweet clouds everyday. Add to that the fact that I recently learned how to make these divine squares at home, making them more delightfully flavorful than their mass-produced counterpart. The only drawback is the copious amount of sugar it takes to make them. Marshmallows are essentially whipped sugar. But I’ve come up with a solution! With the help of Keystone Pantry Allulose by Lang’s Chocolate, I’ve tweaked the traditional recipe to include the low-calorie natural sweetener. And amazingly there is no noticeable difference in texture and taste! And yes, I am a genius. So without further ado, here is my recipe for low-calorie homemade elderflower marshmallows…
I was really excited to integrate Keystone Pantry Allulose into this recipe. If you haven’t heard of the rare natural sugar, let me tell you more about it. Allulose is found in very small quantities in dates, figs, raisins, and wheat. It is has 95% fewer calories than regular sugar and can be easily used as an alternative to sugar and high fructose corn syrup, like in today’s recipe. Allulose is a fantastic tool to add to your kitchen arsenal!
Super easy, right?! I added festive birthday sprinkles to the top, but candy corn or crushed peppermint would also make for fantastic seasonal toppers. For more delicious recipe ideas, make sure to follow my friends at Lang’s Chocolate on Facebook and Instagram. You can also purchase Keystone Pantry Allulose online here. So what do you think? Think you could tackle homemade marshmallows?
I would love to try and make these tasty treats.
The homemade elderflower marshmallows look delicious.
Those are so festive. My problem would be eating them all myself.
This is so pretty and easy!
This is perfect for those upcoming holiday gatherings. I love having something unique and tasty. This fits the bill.
I’m not sure I have the touch for homemade marshmallows but it’s worth a try. Where do you find elderflower liqueur or syrup and what does it taste like?
I’ve always wanted to make homemade marshmallows. This recipe looks delicious!
These do look delicious so I will make for our upcoming party. I am sure they will be a hit!
I have never made marshmallows before but these look so good I think I will try. Keeping my fingers crossed.
This looks so yummy and I will have to try out the recipe 🙂
They look amazing.
I have always been daunted at the thought of making marshmallows. But these look so good!
These look so great. They look elegant.
They look awesome I would love them
These remind me of unicorns.
These are really pretty. I have never had Elderberry.
Soudns like a good alternative to sugar. I like these colourful presentations
These sound (& look) amazing! I need to try and make them…
These look amazing! I am going to attempt to make them soon.. Thank you so much!
So pretty and yummy looking! These would be perfect for parties and bridal and baby showers.
Those Homemade Elderflower Marshmallows look good!
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