Oh yes, it’s true, I went back to Sweetness The Patisserie in Epping again. There were just so many different things to try there that I couldn’t cover them all in one visit, of course, so I had to go back. I had to go back for that fudge, and more of those marshmallows.
I took my 4-year-old daughter this time and left my two younger boys at home with nana. My daughter chose these sour gummies for herself.
Sour banana and sour strawberry, to be exact. But they weren’t very sour. They were so delicious, better than any sort of gummy treat you could buy at a supermarket.
And these marshmallows. We got a pack of 8 assorted ones. I just can’t get over how soft and fluffy these are, lighter than air. I’m surprised that they don’t actually float in the air. They each have a specific flavor (raspberry, passionfruit, mango, etc.) and they taste exactly like what they’re supposed to.
I wonder if they use egg whites in their marshmallows, or if they use a recipe that doesn’t have eggs at all? I’d love to know, and I’d love to make them myself! I’ve never made marshmallows before and these from Sweetness have inspired me to make my own vanilla bean marshmallows. I just wish I knew if I should go for the egg white ones, or the other ones – does one give a fluffier result than the other?
I chose a pack of 2 toasted coconut marshmallows for myself (I had already eaten one before I took this photo!). Words cannot describe, seriously. I am totally blown away by these marshmallows.
I also got a block of peppermint fudge for msyelf.
I couldn’t decide between the vanilla fudge and the peppermint fudge, so I left the ultimate choice up to my daughter, who I knew was going to choose peppermint just because of the green stripes on it! But next time I’m getting the vanilla fudge.
Because yes, of course, there will be a next time. But hopefully not for a little while. You know what they say about too much of a good thing!
View the treats from my previous visit to Sweetness The Patisserie.