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Guide to Vegan Marshmallows

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The holiday season calls for roasting marshmallows and eating s’mores. The only problem: many marshmallows contain an ingredient called “gelatin,” which is obtained from pigs’ body parts.

However, in our modern society where veganism is growing, many companies have started experimenting with innovative food ideas and thanks to vegans and entrepreneurs, we have a wide range of vegan marshmallows to choose from. Here are our picks:

1. Freedom Pink and White Vegetarian/Vegan Marshmallows

Photo: Sainsbury’s

Last month, Sainsbury’s brought vegan marshmallows and whipped cream, including Freedom Mini Pink and White Mallows.

The bags are 75g and are gelatin-free and dairy-free.

2. Dandies All Natural Marshmallows

Dandies is a favourite amongst vegans and others alike. Their marshmallows come in a few flavours – including Vanilla, Mini Vanilla Peppermint, and Pumpkin – and they are all made with natural ingredients.

Dandies Marshmallows are also 100% vegan, allergen-free and non-GMO.

3. Trader Joe’s Marshmallows

© Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s is known fro having a variety of vegan products, including their own marshmallows.

The Trader Joe’s Marshmallows are non-GMO, gluten-free and free from artificial flavours and colours.

4. Ananda Foods Homemade Vegan Marshmallows

Looking for marshmallows in all sorts of flavours? Take a look at British brand Ananda Foods! Their most popular marshmallows are the vanilla-flavoured ones, which are made with organic madagascan vanilla.

If you’re a coconut fan, you can also try their coconut marshmallows. They also have marshmallows lollipops and gelatin-free Wagon Wheels!

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