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Are de malvaviscos vegan?

De malvaviscos is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de malvaviscos?

De malvaviscos, also known as marshmallows, are a popular confectionery ingredient that is enjoyed all around the world. These soft, fluffy, and sweet treats are made from a mixture of sugar, corn syrup, gelatin, and flavorings, which are whipped together until they become light and fluffy. They are commonly used in baking, especially for making s'mores, hot chocolate, and other sweet treats. Marshmallows are also a common ingredient in traditional holiday dishes, such as sweet potato casserole and ambrosia salad. With their airy texture and sweet taste, de malvaviscos add a touch of whimsy and fun to any dessert or dish.

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