Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe

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Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe

Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe

Guess what!?! I was able to make this Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe right after I made the sugar free gummy bear recipe I just posted!

Here’s the thing. The recipe starts off the same exact way until you get to the part where you add the flavorings. But, you take that recipe a step further and use the mixer to combine air into the solution until it becomes fluffy! Then you have marshmallows! Sugar Free delightful treats!

I don’t think I will ever allow my pantry to be with the Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin. Just remember to purchase the orange label because that’s the gelatin that will thicken your liquids. There’s a green label but that product won’t work for this recipe.

I ended up recording the whole process from start to finish.  This video was over 5 minutes long but it shows you clips of every single step.  I just had to show you how easy this is to make!

 

Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe Ingredients

 


 

Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe Instructions

In a small saucepan heat 1 1/2 cups of water with a 1/2 cup of sugar substitute.  You need to heat this just enough for the sugar substitute to dissolve in the water.  Be sure to taste it and add more sugar substitute if it’s not sweet enough for your taste buds.

Put a 1/2 cup water in a microwave-safe container and bring it to a boil using the microwave. (or you can use the stove top for this part too)

Pour 5 tbs of Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin into the hot water and mix it quickly.  I found it easy to use my Nutri Ninja blender for this part because it starts to thicken pretty fast.

Then pour the 1/2 cup of gelatin mix into the sugar substitute water.

Add a 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Tip:  If you want different flavored marshmallows you can use a few drops of Lorann oil extracts (I used about 3 droppers full) and a Personally, we like Watermelon, Strawberry, Cheesecake and Pina Colada flavorings.  We tend to use those often!

You can color your marshmallows also.  I use this Wilton Food Coloring set for occasions like this.  To get this beautiful white marshmallow I used the bright white Wilton food coloring.

Allow the mixture to cool for a few minutes but don’t let it cool enough for it to start forming in to a gel.

Then place the warm liquid into a mixture and mix it on high (be sure to have the bowl covered) for about 5 or more minutes until the liquid becomes frothy and filled with air bubbles.  It will double in size!

Pour the frothy marshmallow mixture into a parchment paper lined baking sheet.  You can make your marshmallows as thick or as thin as you want.

I placed them in the refrigerator overnight to set.

If you want to cover the sugar free marshmallows in chocolate, you will need to melt a cup of Lily’s Sugar Free Chocolate Chips with about a teaspoon of coconut oil.  It will only take about 30 seconds or so in the microwave to melt this amount of chocolate.

After you cut out the shapes of your marshmallows, dip them in the warm chocolate and place them on parchment paper to set.  I placed them back in the refrigerator for this step.

Enjoy!

 

Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Nutrition

Serves 20

Calories 8, Total C 0.1g, Fiber 0g, Net C 0.1g, Sugars 0g, Fat 0.2g, Protein 1.5g

 

SUGAR FREE Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

 

SUGAR FREE Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

 

Gelatin Benefits

Gelatin is a form of hydrolyzed collagen.  Which basically means it’s broken down.  Hydrolyzed collagen is collagen that is derived from bovine bone and cartilage.  It has been used in cooking techniques for hundreds of years!  I personally have noticed a difference in my hair, nails and skin after a couple weeks of use.

There are so many benefits to gelatin!  This list might convince you to incorporate some into your daily intake too.

  • Improves digestion and gut health
  • Protects joints and helps with joint pain
  • Improves your quality of sleep
  • Improves hair, nails, and skin
  • Helps maintain heart health
  • Helps you feel full
  • Maintains strong bones,
  • Eases symptoms of arthritis

 

Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe

Sugar Free Chocolate Covered Marshmallows Recipe

5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Servings 20 marshmallows
Calories 8

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • In a small saucepan heat 1 1/2 cups of water with a 1/2 cup of sugar substitute.  You need to heat this just enough for the sugar substitute to dissolve in the water.  Be sure to taste it and add more sugar substitute if it's not sweet enough for your taste buds.
  • Put a 1/2 cup water in a microwave-safe container and bring it to a boil using the microwave. (or you can use the stove top for this part too)
  • Pour 5 tbs of Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin into the hot water and mix it quickly.  I found it easy to use my Nutri Ninja blender for this part because it starts to thicken pretty fast.
  • Then pour the 1/2 cup of gelatin mix into the sugar substitute water.
  • Add a 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
  • Tip:  If you want different flavored marshmallows you can use a few drops of Lorann oil extracts (I used about 3 droppers full) and a Personally, we like Watermelon, Strawberry, Cheesecake and Pina Colada flavorings.  We tend to use those often!
  • You can color your marshmallows also.  I use this Wilton Food Coloring set for occasions like this.  To get this beautiful white marshmallow I used the bright white Wilton food coloring.
  • Allow the mixture to cool for a few minutes but don't let it cool enough for it to start forming in to a gel.
  • Then place the warm liquid into a mixture and mix it on high (be sure to have the bowl covered) for about 5 or more minutes until the liquid becomes frothy and filled with air bubbles.  It will double in size!
  • Pour the frothy marshmallow mixture into a parchment paper lined baking sheet.  You can make your marshmallows as thick or as thin as you want.
  • I placed them in the refrigerator overnight to set.
  • If you want to cover the sugar free marshmallows in chocolate, you will need to melt a cup of Lily's Sugar Free Chocolate Chips with about a teaspoon of coconut oil.  It will only take about 30 seconds or so in the microwave to melt this amount of chocolate.
  • After you cut out the shapes of your marshmallows, dip them in the warm chocolate and place them on parchment paper to set.  I placed them back in the refrigerator for this step.

Video

Nutrition

Serving: 1marshmallow | Calories: 8 | Carbohydrates: 0.1g | Protein: 1.5g | Fat: 0.2g

Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy.

Tried this recipe? Mention @ISaveA2Z or tag #KetoFriendlyRecipes!

 

 

Here are a few more sugar free marshmallow recipes you will enjoy!

 

Keto Marshmallow Creme Fluff Recipe

 

 

Keto Mississippi Mud Bars Recipe made with Marshmallow Fluff

 

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  1. hello good day question if im allergic to meat what can i use to replace the beef gelatine?

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