I’ve previously written about the recipe for bourbon marshmallows, but I thought today I’d share with you the visuals. They’re actually pretty simple to make, but thoroughly messy.
First step, Boiling Sugar
Whipping Close-up. Nearly done.
Cornstarch-dusted pan awaiting the pour.
The Big Cut, four hours later
Homemade marshmallows are always a great treat. They frequently evoke the response “I didn’t know you could make marshmallows,” as if they somehow just magically appear in a factory somewhere. If you’re willing to put up with a little mess (and a lot of cleanup), then they’re definitely worth the effort.