Sugar-Free Jumbo Marshmallows

Sugar-Free Jumbo Marshmallows

Why buy marshmallows for your campfire when you can make your own! This sugar-free marshmallow recipe is easy, fun and you can add fun toppings like sprinkles or toasted coconut! Don't forget your s'more skewers for this reicpe!
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Prep Time: 20 mins
Setting Time: 3 hrs
Total Time: 3 hrs 20 mins
Servings: 6 servings
Author: @klean.kate


  • 3 egg whites
  • 1 cup allulose
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 sachets Simply Delish Unflavored Jel
  • ¼ cup Monkfruit powdered sugar plus more for dusting
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract


  • First, line an 8x8 baking pan with plastic wrap and then spray with oil and generously dust with powdered sugar. Set aside.
  • In your stand mixer, beat the egg whites on high until medium/stiff peaks form.
  • Add the allulose and water to a small saucepan and bring to a boil to create a simple syrup.
  • Whisk the syrup continuously until it reaches a rolling boil, then add the salt and vanilla to the saucepan.
  • In a separate bowl, dissolve the two boxes of unflavored jel into ½ cup water and then add to the saucepan. Whisk to combine then remove from heat.
  • Turn your mixer down to low, and slowly pour the sugar mixture into the egg whites to create a marshmallow fluff.
  • While it is still mixing, add in the ¼ cup of powdered sugar and whisk for another 30 seconds on high.
  • Quickly pour the fluff into your prepared baking pan, smooth the surface, and let it rest for about 3 hours/overnight.
  • Once they have set up, dust with more powdered sugar and turn it out on a lined surface and slice into squares. I recommend using clear fishing line for clean and precise cuts.
  • Enjoy them on their own,roast them to create s’mores, or add them to your hot chocolate!

6 Responses

  1. Stephanie, the ingredient list says that the monkfruit sweetener is powdered. Is the Allulose also powdered? I’ve not yet seen powdered Allulose in the stores. I have found liquid Allulose and wonder if that could be used?

    1. Hi Jackie! Yes the allulose is powdered within this recipe. Using liquid may change the consistency of the syrup as the powdered has a smoothing effect on the texture. However, recipes are always surprisingly flexible. If you decide to try it out, do let us know how it went!

    1. Hi Kellie! Excellent question! You do not cool the simple syrup before adding it. However, when you add the simple syrup to the egg whites, be sure to add the syrup very slowly to ensure the mixture does not break and that your mixture is constantly whisking on low. Hope that helps!

    1. Hi Sue! The allulose used in this delish recipe is in powdered form! Hope all that helps!

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