Simple home made marshmallow for school fetes or fundraisers. Again, resurrected from my teenage years. You can spread this into a slice tray and make it into squares or spoon into little ice cream cones to make marshmallow "icecreams."
This makes heaps! and would go really nicely on-top of a shortbread base and ice. My marshmellow turned out very soft and only eatable by spoon. I added a couple of drops of red colouring and I beat it for around 15min, but perhaps needed more as the base of the marshmellow was gooey. - 17 Aug 2009
When I say I love it, I mean the kids did, worked perfectly, daughter (12) managed to make it first time with no problems. She opted to change the colour though, making blue marshmallows - 02 Dec 2015
WORST RECIPE EVER! I have looked online at other marshmallow recipes since attempting this and there are no other ones out there like this. You are supposed to boil the sugar syrup not just dissolve sugar, also most recipes include use of oil and egg whites. I have wasted a huge amount of time and money making these for Christmas gifts and am fuming. The marshmallows do not whip until stiff peaks achieved, at best I got a single cream consistency and that was about 45 minutes of whisking with an electric whisker. They have since separated also. None of this is to do with my cooking abilities but the useless recipe. Maybe if I had altered the recipe I would have a half decent attempt at marshmallows. So dissapointed. DO NOT USE THIS RECIPE!!! - 16 Dec 2011 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)