LA SELVA BEACH, CA - JUNE 23: Campers at Club Ed International Surfing School roast marshmallows over the campfire June 23, 2003 in La Selva Beach, California. Club Ed is a seven-day surf camp open to all ages and skill levels. The week-long camp, founded by Ed Guzman, includes surf instruction, campfires, a field trip to the Arrow Surfboard factory and a massage. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Plant-Based Eaters Rejoice! Marshmallow brand Yummallo is now making vegan marshmallows.  Traditional marshmallows are typically made with gelatin, which contains the skin, ligaments, and tendons of pigs.  Yummallo’s new recipe is made with sugar, corn starch, rice protein, and vanilla. In my opinion, this sounds more significantly more appetizing!

Check out the latest addition to the Yümmallo family!

Posted by Yummallo on Wednesday, April 21, 2021

A ten-ounce bag costs just $3.98 and is available at Wal-Mart.  The company released a statement saying, “We are known for our colorful and fun marshmallows, but our customers have been asking for a gelatin-free marshmallow from us for a while now. We are very happy we get the chance to bring one to market at an affordable price.”

So grab your sticks, get to roasting your marshmallows, and enjoy a delicious smore!

Are there any other animal-free products you would like to try?

Check out these other vegan products as well:

Vegan Bacon

Vegan Ben & Jerry’s