Homemade low carb, sugar-free keto marshmallows are easy to make and so fun to eat. Only 4 ingredients and no corn syrup required! Sugar-Free Keto Marshmallows – You must try this recipe.
Marshmallows are usually made with a mix of granulated sugar and corn syrup to sweeten. The corn syrup is actually there to prevent the sugar from recrystallizing.
Some homemade marshmallow recipes use cream of tartar to accomplish this instead. That way, there is no corn syrup. But, I suspected that this wouldn’t work well with a sugar-free sweetener, like erythritol. It just never reacts to anything the same way as sugar does.
Instead of trying to find ways to reduce the crystals, my solution is to use a combination of powdered erythritol and vanilla stevia. The powdered sweetener takes a long time to crystallize. I’ve stored these for multiple days without having that issue. The texture is not 100% identical to traditional sugar marshmallows, but they are pretty close.
The other advantage of using two sweeteners is that they taste better than one alone. Combining the powdered erythritol and liquid stevia worked well here.
Like most recipes, these are gluten-free marshmallows. I don’t know of any kind that contains gluten, anyway. The main advantage of these is that you avoid sugar, too.
Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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