The easiest way to make sugar-free, allergy-free, vegan marshmallow fluff with an unexpected ingredient! This multi-purpose condiment & sweet topping recipe will become a staple and have you buying cans of beans just for aquafaba!
Breathe deeply! Your fluffy sweet marshmallow dreams are about to come true! Just when you (at least I did) thought all hope was lost due to all vegan, gluten-free marshmallows having SOY and normal marshmallows having gelatin, there would never be marshmallow anything again.
Just like I think everyone should be able to enjoy bagels, mac & cheese, etc., everyone should be able to enjoy fluffy marshmallow love! EVEN if you aren’t into added sugars! This fluff may be the definition of a pillow, floaty, airy, and nothing but love, sweet love! (I’m so excited!) This fluff can be used for so many things! From rice krispies, pancake topping, any sweet topping, cupcakes, s’mores, and more!
I’m giving The Majestic Beauty even more love this week. This wasn’t even the post I was going to publish today. I was going to post one of my favorite recipe with the vegan marshmallow fluff, but that was stupid of me! I needed to give you the recipe for the fluff first! (Next week I’ll be posting the killer recipe I was planning on posting…don’t you worry!). If you’ve been reading this blog for more than a week, you know that actual marshmallows have been on my recipe bucket list for the longest time. While this recipe for marshmallow fluff isn’t actual “cubed” marshmallows, it may just be better! It has also made me fall even deeper in love with THE KING BEAN! Yes! We are going to be using the famous aquafaba today! If you haven’t tried this vegan trend yet, you really need to (wth this recipe!)
Sugar-Free Vegan Marshmallow Fluff
- In a stand mixer, combine the aquafaba, xanthan gum, agar, and cream of tartar. Beat at an increasingly high speed for 2 minutes until it starts to look like whipped egg whites.
- Turn the mixer off, add the vanilla and powdered erythritol.
- Turn the mixer back on and beat at an increasingly high speed for about 5 minutes until you have a white, glossy, fluffy, "stiff peak" fluff!
**You can store extra marshmallow fluff in a closed jar in the fridge for about 3-5 days
Another fun tid-bit about this vegan marshmallow fluff is that you can totally customize it! Add in a flavored extract, food coloring, cocoa powder, anything you want! Have fun with this base recipe; marshmallows are ALWAYS about fun! I’ve never seen someone frown when marshmallow goodness is present! Now you’re going to have to wait another week for that recipe I wanted to post today! Ah! (I’m probably dieing more than you, but I know you’ll love it!) Until then, marshmallow (fluff) on!
So tell me:
+ Have you jumped on the aquafaba train yet?
+ What will YOU use this marshmallow fluff for?
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