Ananda’s vegan marshmallows taste similar to traditional store bought marshmallows. However, the texture is different. Ananda’s are not very chewy or sticky. They taste quite good on their own, but I was disappointed when I added them to my hot chocolate. The marshmallows didn’t melt like regular marshmallows, the flavour faded, and the texture became mushy and rubbery, not creamy and gooey. I haven’t tried melting or roasting them, but their inability to complement hot chocolate makes these marshmallows lose a few points in by books.
Give Ananda’s a try and see what you think. They are locally made in the UK. Ananda’s also offers a vegan marshmallow mix to make your own marshmallows at home. There are a variety of flavours to choose from as well as a vegan version of Wagon Wheels! I purchased my Ananda’s vegan marshmallows at the very first North East Vegan Festival 2013.
Soy free, nut free, gluten free.