Until this Monday, our home is without water. Isn't that exciting? One of our fire sprinklers decided to spring a leak, while my husband was away on his annual camping trip. Luckily, I was able to find the lever to cut off the water. Hence, I'm unable to cook or bake because the sight of unwashed pots, pans and dishes makes me feel out of sorts.
So I'm going to share this recipe that I made a while ago. I've been sitting on sharing it with you, because I have several ideas on how to use this marshmallow creme recipe. My busy work, and night classes, have gotten into my way of creating new recipe posts. It's all good, because you are going to want to make this!
I try to keep a jar of marshmallow creme in my pantry, but sometimes I run out. Now I know that I can make my own with ingredients that I already have in my home-- egg whites, sugar, corn syrup, water and vanilla. The end result of my efforts yielded a creamy and velvety marshmallow creme. It was really hard to resist not eating it all-- and that's the truth!
Making homemade marshmallow creme isn't super difficult, though you do need a candy thermometer. This is a kid friendly recipe, in that they will want to eat it by the spoonfuls. But, you want to keep them safely away from the boiling sugar and water mixture.
On the stove top, combine water, sugar and corn syrup, and give it a good whisk and then cook until boiling.