Perfect Pudding club celebrates marshmallows on The Alan Titchmarsh Show making gourmet cinnamon marshmallows. The Pudding Club, started 30 years ago in an effort to celebrate the great British puddings that were, at that point, off the menu at most restaurants.
The Pudding Club meets every Friday (and occasional Saturdays) and the challenge is to try to eat seven puddings at a sitting.
Today they showcase their marshmallow treats on The Alan Titchmarsh Show.
Traditional marshmallows would have been made using the powdered root of the marshmallow plant, but modern preparations use gelatine or gum arabic, which are more easily obtainable. Commercially-made marshmallows usually come in fat, cylindrical shapes and have a slightly chalky exterior and sticky, chewy interior.