Vegan marshmallow brands?
We can't order Dandies in the summer, and no stores near us carry them. But we will be going past a natural foods store that carries Sweet and Sara vanilla marshmallows on our vacation, and we're thinking of getting these (hoping to toast them, etc... on the vacation). But has anyone tried these, and are they ok? I seem to remember one brand we tried years ago tasting kind of weird. The Dandies we had a couple of years ago were ok, but small.
I miss the old Eams marshmallows--but they stopped making them after the factory burned down.
Take a look at the Vegan Essentials review-vegan marshmallow products.
I like Sweet and Sara, though not as much as Dandies. They're definitely denser/chewier rather than fluffy. The taste is good though; they do the trick.
Sweet and Sara are amazing, in my opinion. My mom isn't even a vegan and she loves them.
I JUST ate a Sweet and Sara's vanilla marshmallow (right before reading this!). I really enjoy these marshmallows: they melt great (use them in Smores all of the time!), have an awesome texture (dense and chewy), and they melt in hot beverages (slowly, however).
Sweet and Sara, they taste great, toast well and are a nice size.
Sweet n Sara's are the best marshmallows for roasting and making a sweet potato bake with. Dandies are fun, but too small and they just don't have the airiness of a gelatin-based marshmallow.
i think sweet & sara are best for roasting. but yeah, i miss the emes ones too. damn you emes!
I just ate some Dandies brand marshmallows roasted over a campfire and they were sooo good. A little on the small side and kinda expensive at $5 a bag but awesome taste and texture, yum!