Vegan marshmallow brands are on the rise, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. From the popular Dandies vegan marshmallows to Trader Joe’s offering, there are more reasons than ever to make s’mores.

Here’s a breakdown of the vegan marshmallow scene—what brands are available, where to find them, and links to recipes that incorporate these heavenly white delicacies. Enjoy!

Vegan Marshmallow Brands

Yummallo Vegan Marshmallows

These vegan marshmallows are gluten-, fat-, and gelatin-free. Find them at Walmart.


This Chicago-based company, owned by vegans Ryan Howard and Dan Ziegler, developed its marshmallows in 2008 when Howard wanted to share the joys of marshmallows with his vegan son and realized that no suitable options were available. Luckily, he’s a food process engineer by trade, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s began carrying vegan marshmallows by popular demand. Good work, us!

Funky Mello

If you’re in the Austin area, check out Funky Mello. Its gourmet vegan marshmallows are meltable and freezable, and they come in various flavors.

Ananda Foods

This British company has an online shop that also carries delectable round ups (chocolate-covered cookies with a marshmallow center) and marshmallow lollipops.

Suzanne’s Specialties

Suzanne’s specialty is a product called Ricemellow Creme, which will help you whip up easy desserts like marshmallow rice treats and s’mores in no time. Tubs of this marvelous marshmallow product are available in stores and online.

Freedom Confectionery

In addition to the classic flavor, Freedom Mallows come in strawberry and vanilla. You should probably try all three just to be safe.


Smucker’s makes an accidentally vegan marshmallow topping that you can put on ice cream or cookies—or, better yet, between two cookies.


Recommended Recipes

Pre-Made Marshmallow Treats

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