Marsh Mallow Root- for Marshmallows or Tea
Use the marsh mallow root as a tea or an addition to recipes, including the original marshmallows. Comes from a mallow plant that grows in marshes. 2 oz in a heat-sealed bag with the history on the label.
A Bit of History
Marsh mallow root was used by ancient Egyptians in making a thick, cake-like version of today’s marshmallow. Instant gelatin replaced the marsh mallow root in the late 1800s.