- December 2012
- Makes 70 snowballs
- Takes 20 min to make, plus setting
Who doesn’t love marshmallows? These festive snowballs from Debbie Major make a great edible gift or dinner party treat.
- 6.6g (4.2g sugars)
To make the snowball shapes, you have to use the quantities given here, so you’ve time to work with the marshmallow before it sets. However, you could double the quantities, pour the mixture into a 21cm x 26cm x 5cm deep cake tin lined with oiled cling film, then press another sheet of oiled cling film on top and leave it to set. Cut into squares, then toss in the cornflour and icing sugar.
Debbie Major suggests presenting the marshmallow snowballs in gift boxes lined with brown paper. Alternatively, slide into cellophane bags and tie with ribbons and a pretty label.
If using a different brand of gelatine, follow the pack instructions.
However you make it, the marshmallow should keep for up to 2 weeks, wrapped in cellophane.
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