Keto Marshmallows . Fluffy sweet pillows that melt beautifully in hot chocolate and won’t give you cavities.
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There are like a million and one diet plans available to you these days. You may be overwhelmed with your options. I know that I get overwhelmed with mine!
It’s for this reason that, as soon as a particular diet has been chosen, and it’s time to start menu planning, you need to adhere to your chosen diet plan. A lack of focus is often to blame for weight loss failure. It may just bring you back to square one.
This is why you definitely want to compile a small library of recipes that fit within your particular diet plan. So if you’re going low-carb, then build up a low-carb recipe library.
Pretty basic stuff, right? But it’s super important.
I only bring this up because I’ve been guilty of hopping from one plan to the next myself. Why did I do this? Only one reason…
On low-carb, you crave carbs. On low-sugar, you crave sugar. The grass always seems greener on the other side. Besides, those “video doctors” sure do make compelling arguments. And let’s not BS ourselves. Cooking videos can oftentimes be pretty damned tempting. 😉
But the thing is, for any diet plan to work effectively, you really need to stick to it. Of course, it could be said that any diet that focuses on all-natural foods and reasonable portion sizes can be enough all on its own.
If you’re honest with yourself, I’m sure you’ll see the merit in that. Control the calorie intake, eat clean, and the fat should come right off. Oh, and move that body of yours a little more! 😉
This, of course, is conventional weight loss advice. And it probably has that designation for a reason!
Of course, not all diet plans follow this model. And even if they don’t, you may want to stick with them anyway. Many diets have more of a macro-nutrient ratio focus. Failure to adhere to your diet’s particular ratio may compromise your weight loss results.
Keep your eye on the prize! Don’t stray.
Here’s What I Recommend…
Have a look at my Keto videos category page on the site. I’m sharing tons of great stuff with you there.
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4 tablespoons water
3/4 cup isomalt or sorbitol (you can sub this for erythritol, but the marshmallows will only last a day or two before the erythritol crystalizes and the marshmallows turn grainy)
1/4 cup erythritol or xylitol
2 egg whites (optional)
1.5 tablespoons gelatin
2 tablespoons cold water
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract (or other flavoring)
Sprinkle the gelatin over the 2 tablespoons cold water and let dissolve.
Combine the 4 tablespoons of water and all the isomalt and erythritol in a saucepan fitted with a candy thermometer. Bring to a boil and boil to “soft-ball” stage, or about 110 degrees C.
Meanwhile, whip the egg whites until soft peaks form (if using).
When the syrup reaches soft-ball stage, remove it from the heat, add the gelatin, and mix. Pour the syrup slowly into the whipped egg whites while beating. Add the vanilla and continue whipping until stiff and mostly cooled. Transfer to a pastry bag with a large plain tip. Pipe directly onto powdered erythritol (or xylitol)-covered non-stick mat or molds and let set until ready to use, at least 1 hour or overnight.