Sugar Free Marshmallows are the childhood flavor hero you need. So fluffy and delightful, you won’t miss the sugar at all, you’ll just be askin’ for S’More.
Sugar free marshmallows have arrived and you don’t want to miss out on these! Summer is in full swing and it just HAS TO INCLUDE SMORES.
We can’t wait for you to try these keto marshmallows, they are all the taste and flavor of a traditional marshmallows without that sugar!
When we first realized how much sugar and carbs are in a marshmallow, our sadness could not be contained. It just didn’t seem fair.
Do you remember your first S’more? We do. Ooey gooey and all hopped up on sugar, those memories are bliss.
Have no fear though, those ooey gooey memories can live on without messing up your WOE.
S’MORE IT UP
Marshmallow. Chocolate. Keto Graham Cracker.
These may seem like they would be on the no-fly list for low-carb diets. But we have the hookup. Just be sure to mindful of portions. (As always)
All you’ll need for these sugar free marshmallows:
- Unflavored gelatin
- Warm water
- Powdered erythritol ( or another favorite powdered sugar substitute of your choice, see our low carb sweetener conversion guide to help! Best to use ones that are a close 1-1 ratio.)
- Sea salt
- Vanilla extract
All comes together to make the perfect fluffy treat – aka Keto marshmallows.
- Add some low carb graham crackers and we are in business!
- Low-Carb Chocolate Bars finish the dynamic trio for a perfect S’More.
- Add different flavored extracts and food coloring to change the flavor of the marshmallows.
There sky is kind of the limit with these babies.
HOW MANY NET CARBS IN A SUGAR FREE MARSHMALLOW?
.5 Net Carbs per marshmallow. You really can’t beat this treat!
If you’d like to use another form of sugar alcohol be sure to check out our low carb sweetener conversion chart. Our family does subtract the sugar alcohols and we’ll continue to provide that sugar alcohol grams above the nutrition card below and you can decide for yourself if you want to follow that. 🙂
If you are new to this Low Carb/Keto lifestyle and are unsure what we are talking about please feel free to read up more on Net Carbs.
Some key details to help assure your keto marshmallows are a fluffy success.
- Coat your sharp knife in powdered sweetener before cutting into your marshmallows
- If the dough is sticky, dust the marshmallows in a little erythritol to prevent sticking during storage.
- Be sure to use an air-tight container for storage of your Keto Marshmallows.
Not feelin’ the love for S’Mores? How about some delicious fondue?
Yessssss. We are very fond of this low-carb chocolate fondue. And it goes beautifully with marshmallows!
We hope you love this ooey gooey goodness of these sugar free marshmallows as much as we do. Don’t forget to share. 😉
SOME Low Carb Desserts You might enjoy:
Sugar Free Marshmallows are the childhood flavor hero you need. So fluffy and delightful, you won't miss the sugar at all, you'll just be askin' for S'More.
Place 1/2 c of the warm water into a large bowl. This needs to be large enough as you'll be mixing the marshmallows in this bowl. Otherwise, you'll have a mess!
Sprinkle the gelatin on top of the warm water and whisk until incorporated, set aside.
In a medium sauce pan, place remaining 1/2 c of water, powdered sugar substitute and salt over medium low heat. Whisk the ingredients until it becomes translucent. Remove from the heat as soon as you see bubbles begin to form.
Pour the warm mixture into your large mixing bowl. Using a hand mixer or stand mixer with a whisk attachment, whisk for 15-20 minutes until the color changes from light brown to white, you have a little air in the mixture and forms stiff peaks.
Place parchment paper in a 8x8 baking dish.. Dust with powdered sweetener to help prevent sticking.
Pour marshmallow mixture into prepared baking dish and refrigerate overnight. The dough should become firm and not sticky on the top.
Remove from the pan using the parchment paper. Coat your sharp knife in a bit of powdered sweetener and cut into your marshmallows, making 16 squares. If the dough seems a little sticky, you can dust the marshmallows in a little more erythritol to prevent sticking when storing. Store in an airtight container.
Please note that there are 216 grams of sugar alcohol in the entire recipe and should be subtracted to get your net carbs. If you split the recipe into 16 marshmallows per the recipe 13.5g of sugar alcohol should be subtracted off the nutrition label per serving.
Please note that the nutrition data below is provided as a courtesy. We try to be accurate with this information but feel free to make your own calculations.