Recently I invested an evening into Facebook catch-up. I say invest instead of waste for one simple reason - I found Tiffany at The Gracious Pantry! Full of tasty sounding/looking recipes that are easy and affordable, The Gracious Pantry quickly became a new favorite.
However, it's not the recipes that won me over. It's Tiffany's coherant and straight-forward description of clean-eating, which can be a hard dietary concept to nail down.
opportunity to guest post on her fabulous blog! It's an honor to share one
of my recipes with you all.
When I first started my clean eating journey, I was saddened by all the
time because it just didn't seem logical to deprive myself of all the
wonderful foods this world has to offer, all in the name of losing a pound
"cleaned up". After all, the idea is to actually enjoy healthy foods, not
recipes I create are simply recipes that I've converted. The following
recipe is no exception. It was inspired by a recipe I found at
Clean Eating Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows
Note: These are purposely made to be very strong in flavor so that they will flavor the drink they are in. If you want to eat these by themselves, cut back on the spice by about 1/2.
Naturally Sweetened Marshmallows (Makes approximately 35 marshmallows, depending on how you cut it)
6 tbsn water
1 cup honey
2 tsp pure vanilla extract
1 tbsp. pumpkin pie spice (no added sugar)
Cornstarch or tapioca starch
Prep: Coat a 9x13 casserole dish with cornstarch.
Step 1 - Combine the gelatin and water in a small bowl. Place into the
Step 2 - Next, pour the honey into a large mixing bowl. Add vanilla and
warm gelatin/water mixture.
Step 3 - Now stir in the pumpkin pie spice.
mixture should lighten in color and become very fluffy.
Step 5 - Scrape marshmallow mixture into casserole dish and smooth top so