Marshmallows in a cloud

This week I decided to do something a bit different and share a family recipe that’s very close to my heart 🙂

If you want to impress your guests with a creative and delicious dessert this is the perfect recipe. Last Saturday I hosted a potluck at my house and was in charge of the dessert so decided to go with what I like to call marshmallows in a cloud – hope you all enjoy it!


  • Egg whites (x8)
  • Nutriwhip (500ml)
  • Canned peach slices (1 can, 28oz)
  • White sugar (2 tbsp)
  • Fruit flavoured mini marshmallows (3 cups)


  1. Cut the marshmallows in half
  2. Cut the peach slices into small pieces
  3. Separate one egg at a time into a large bowl, letting the white fall into the bowl and discarding the yolk. Beat with an electric mixer on medium-high speed until the whites are stiff and glossy. Slowly add sugar.
  4. In a separate bowl add the nutripwhip and beat with an electric mixer on medium-high speed until it reaches a creamy and stiff consistency, and mix it with the whites.
  5. Add the marshmallows and peaches into the mix
  6. refrigerate for 6-8 hours… and…voilĂ !
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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Andrew Marco says:

    WOW, these look AMAZING! I’ve never made this before, this is super unique 🙂 Loving it!

    I was wondering if you were on FB at all? It would be amazing if you could share your recipe in our group, would love for you to join our community of food lovers! Check us out:

    Liked by 1 person

    1. foodieleads says:

      THANK YOU! I will definitely join your fb group and share the recipe with everyone 🙂


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