Last month, Dani from Marshmallow Club – who I “met” through her Instagram account – allowed me access to her new online course on how to make marshmallows, called Marshmallow 101! Before I talk about Dani and the marshmallows I made I’ve got say that she offered me access to this as a pure act of kindness. She didn’t ask me to promote her course at all, she has no idea I’m even going to talk about it until I share this post.
Her exact words when she messaged me were “I thought of you straight away because I know you love giving things a go”, and I’m being 100% honest when I tell you that I teared up when I read that 😭🙌 Dani’s heart really is just as sweet as her marshmallows. I’ll always be grateful that, amongst all the hate that Instagram and the blogging world can have, it can do a lot of good too. It has allowed me to make friends with a lot of other creatives from around Australia and other countries.
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If you’ve followed me on here for a while, you may know that I’ve made marshmallows a few times before. Each time, I’ve tried a new recipe and each time, I’ve been confused and disappointed by the results of the texture. They’ve always looked fine, but the texture was always a huge let down. I’ve made some pretty fun designs actually: pink dice, lips shaped ones for Valentine’s Day, and “Pickle Rick” ones inspired by the TV show Rick and Morty.
A few years ago, Dani actually sent me some of her marshmallows to try and they were amazing. So, when she offered to let me try out her course, I knew this was going to the answer to my texture problem – and it WAS! Dani really does know her stuff. I had never taken an online course before, so I was really excited to add this to my list of things that I have tried – because, Dani is right, I do love trying new things! When it comes to creative endeavours, I want to try it all 🙌Read More »