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Easy and Healthy Homemade Sugar Free Marshmallows

These sugar-free marshmallows aren’t just easy, they are healthy too!

I used trim healthy mama’s gelatin to make these marshmallows. If you use grass-fed gelatin instead of knox (or the generic equivalent), you will get the same health benefits. Grass-fed gelatin is a powerhouse full of beneficial nutrients for our bodies. However, you can use whatever gelatin you have. These are still better than the store-bought sugar-free marshmallows. Although, I do like Maxmallows.

This sugar-free marshmallow recipe only needs a few ingredients but will take a little time.

The marshmallows do need to be whipped for a bit. If you have a hand mixer or a stand mixer you can make this. I have no idea if you can make these without a mixer. But these are worth it!! Having a healthy marshmallow to top your hot chocolate with is great. They melted just like the bad for you kind too


Here are a few tips when you make these.

These need to sit for around 24 hours. I used parchment paper to line my pan. I cut a little piece out of each corner to help the paper fit better. I used a pizza cutter that I ran under hot water to cut the marshmallows. After they were cut, I coated them in a little powdered swerve. I let them sit out for a little bit to dry the edges. I store mine in the fridge so they don’t go bad quickly. These are easy to make but take a little patience!

Easy Sugar Free Marshmallows


  • 1/3 C Water
  • 2 T Gelatin
  • 1/2 C Water
  • 1 C Sweetener, I used Allulose
  • 2 Pinches Salt
  • 2 t Vanilla


  • I try to keep things simple. In the bowl you are going to be mixing the marshmallows in, add your 1/3 cup of water and 2 tablespoons of gelatin.
  • In a saucepan bring water and sweetener. If using allulose, don't put on high heat.
  • Once simmering, add the salt and vanilla.
  • Carefully, in a small stream, with the mixer on low or medium low, pour the sweetener mixture over the gelatin.
  • Once the sweetener mixture is all in the bowl, scrape the bottom of the bowl to make sure you don't have any of the gelatin that isn't dissolved.
  • Now is the fun part, increase the speed on your mixer. Allow everything to mix and thicken. Once you don't have to worry about the mixture to splash everywhere (it isn't too liquidy), turn it on high. Once the mixture has grown in size and becomes thick like marshmallows, place into parchment lined pan.
  • Smooth out the best you can and let sit for 24 hours.
  • Pick up the parchment paper to remove the marshmallows. Peel the marshmallow mixture off the parchment paper. What I did was run my finger down the edge and the marshmallow stuck to itself. It was really easy. Now cut them however you want. I used a pizza cutter I had ran under hot water.
  • I coated them in powdered swerve.
  • Top your hot chocolate with healthy, homemade marshmallows.

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