Toasted Coconut Marshmallows
These are good as a snack or dropped into a mug of hot chocolate. The mixture for the marshmallows becomes quite thick and
requires substantial beating time, so you’ll want to use a heavy-duty stand mixer instead of a handheld mixer. Using a stand
mixer also makes it safer (and easier) to gradually add the hot gelatin mixture to the beaten egg whites. Use a dough scraper
to cut the marshmallows into squares with a quick vertical motion (avoid dragging it as you cut the marshmallows). If the
dough scraper sticks to the marshmallows, dust it with powdered sugar.
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