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Raspberry and rose marshmallows recipe

Raspberry and rose marshmallows recipe

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Have a go at making your own marshmallows with these pretty raspberry and rose-flavoured sweets. Perfectly fluffy, chewy and pillowy, they make a great edible gift for a loved one or baking project to try at home. See method

  • Serves 30
  • 50 mins to prepare, 5 mins to cook, 4-6 hours to set
  • 110 calories / serving
  • Dairy-free


  • 16 gelatine leaves
  • 2 tbsp berry liqueur
  • vegetable oil, for brushing
  • 400g granulated white sugar
  • 200g liquid glucose
  • ½ tsp rose water
  • 100g raspberry conserve
  • 75g cornflour
  • 75g icing sugar

Each serving contains

  • Energy

  • Fat

    0g 0%
  • Saturates

    0g 0%
  • Sugars

    22g 24%
  • Salt

    0g 1%

of the reference intake
Carbohydrate 27.1g Protein 1.4g Fibre 0g


  1. Fill a bowl with 180ml water. Add 14 gelatine leaves, one at a time, until fully immersed in the water. Leave to soak for 10 mins. In a separate small bowl, soak the remaining gelatine leaves in the berry liqueur. Set aside, until needed.
  2. Line a 20cm x 30cm x 3cm tin with clingflm; brush with oil. Pour the water-soaked gelatine and its liquid into a small pan. Warm over a low heat, until dissolved. Remove from the heat and leave to cool a little.
  3. In a separate, heavy-based medium pan, combine the sugar, 125g glucose syrup and 3 tbsp water. Bring to the boil, stirring occasionally with a metal spoon. Leave to bubble for 5 minutes, or until the mixture reaches 112°C on a sugar thermometer. Carefully pour the mixture into a mixing bowl.
  4. Working quickly, add the remaining liquid glucose and, using an electric whisk set to low, begin mixing.
  5. Add the cooled gelatine, its liquid, and the rose water. Increase the whisk speed to medium, whisking continuously, until thickened. Increase the whisk speed to high and continue mixing for a further 10-12 mins, or until the mixture has quadrupled in size and reached a thick, marshmallow-like consistency.
  6. Meanwhile, melt the raspberry conserve in a small pan over a medium heat. Remove from the heat and leave to cool for 1 min, before stirring in the remaining liqueur-soaked gelatine and its liquid, until dissolved.
  7. Tip the marshmallow mixture into the prepared tin and drizzle over the berry syrup, creating a swirled effect. Cover the tin with clingfilm and leave to set at room temperature for at least 4-6 hrs, or overnight.
  8. Sift the cornflour and icing sugar into a bowl. Using a hot knife, slice the marshmallow into cubes. Working one at a time, toss each marshmallow into the bowl and toss, until coated. Store in an airtight container, lined with nonstick paper, for up to 5 days.

Tip: You can find gelatine and liquid glucose in the baking aisle in-store.

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