Delicious Marshmellow Pudding Squares

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Introduction: Delicious Marshmellow Pudding Squares

About: I'm a mom of 4 and I love to craft! Anything and Everything interests me and i love to create in the process of learning.

These delecious squares would litrally melt in your mouth! There is one big drawback....You make it...It disappears! lol! The good news is it's easy to make, you cant go wrong :-)

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Step 1: Supplies

Supplies
3 egg whites

1 tsp gelatin

4 tbs sugar

2 drops of vanilla

Sugar sprinklers - optional

Step 2: Desolve the Gelatine

Mix gelatine with hot water.

Step 3: Beat It!

Beat egg white in high speed till it becomes soft peaks

While beating the egg white add sugar and gelatine mix. Add vanilla flavour too.

Add coloring if you wish and beat well till nice and peaky.

Step 4: Spread It

Pour it in to a dish and spread it.

Step 5: Sprinkle It!

This step is optional. I just thought to add it for a decorative touch.
These are sugar sprinklers I made. Very easy and quick to make yourself. You can add any sprinklers you want.

Sprinkle the sugar on your dish. Refrigerate the dish for 2 hours. Now cut in squares.

Step 6: Gift It!

Now gift it! This would be a wonderful hit at parties too.

Try it out and let me know what you think of it :-). Also please don't forget to vote for it! I would really appreciate it !

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    12 Discussions

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    ashleyjlong
    ashleyjlong

    4 years ago

    Wow! Those look like unicorn food. In the best way possible, obviously ;)

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    shazni
    shazni

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks! Of course the best way! lol

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    mchowdhury mumu
    mchowdhury mumu

    Reply 4 years ago

    will try this
    tnx for your post

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    shazni
    shazni

    Reply 3 years ago

    you are welcome! sorry for late reply :-(

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    warriorethos2
    warriorethos2

    4 years ago

    shazni, this is a great and easy recipe. Two questions and that is how much hot water did you use? Do you refrigerate any left over march mellows or can they sit on the counter for passer-byes to snack on the next day? Good luck in the Meal Prep Contest.

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    shazni
    shazni

    Reply 3 years ago

    Seems like my reply has got deleted! sorry!

    about 4 table spoons of water should do. Well it is very humid here so we keep it in the fridge. But if where you live is not humid, keeping it out is fine. Don't worry, it won't last the next day...it will all disappear! lol

    sorry for the late reply...I thought I replied in my mobile. I have been busy with my newborn baby these
    last four months and only now I'm slowly picking up my rhythm :-)

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    perea
    perea

    4 years ago

    flavorless gelatin?

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    shazni
    shazni

    Reply 4 years ago

    Yes :-) .I have added vanilla flavour separately.

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    shazni
    shazni

    Reply 4 years ago

    :-D

    And today I made Marshmellows for the first time! It came out great!

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    Ggungaby
    Ggungaby

    4 years ago

    This looks like a fun treat to make.
    Hmm...you mentioned using food coloring. How's this sound?
    Black & orange for Halloween, red & green for Christmas, pink for Valentine's Day, green for St. Patrick's Day, pastel for Easter, and red & white & blue for 4th of July. Yeah?

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    shazni
    shazni

    Reply 4 years ago

    Oh yeah! sounds really good :-) looking forward to pictures on each occation!