how to make pumpkin pie marshmallows

Hello friends!!!

How is everyone doing today?  Did you get your workout in? Do any headstands? Any fun plans for the weekend?

We are both in town this weekend which we are excited about as October is going to be CRAZY!!

Okay, now back to how to make pumpkin pie marshmallows!

low sugar pumpkin pie marshmallow recipe

We had these idea as soon as we bought our first canned pumpkin this fall season. And you know we love our homemade marshmallows.

We are super excited to share with your our newest marshmallow obsession! These pumpkin pie gut-friendly marshmallows are perfect to eat all day long.

We based the recipe out of stevia (though you could use honey or maple syrup for those that do not like stevia) to make a super low-sugar pumpkin pie snack!

Need help with making homemade marshmallows, check out our video.

Also see how we make sugar-free low calorie marshmallows.

pumpkin pie marshmallows

If you love pumpkin pie and looking for a low-sugar treat —> you’ll will love these. Promise.

They are a little dense compared to our vanilla stevia marshmallows but very satisfying and tasty nonetheless.  Since pumpkin is ‘heavier’ it provides these marshmallows with a richer texture.

pumpkin marshmallows

We are thrilled to enjoy our pumpkin pie marshmallows all season long.  Now you can join us!

pumpkin pie marshmallows

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

pumpkin pie marshmallows

Low sugar pumpkin pie gut friendly marshmallow recipe.


  • 1/3 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/4 teaspoon stevia (or 2-3 tablespoons maple syrup)
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 4 tablespoons gelatin


  1. Place 1/2 cup water with 4 tablespoons gelatin into mixing bowl. Mix until combined. Let sit for about 10 minutes.
  2. Heat up 1 cup water with 1/3 cup pumpkin puree. Heat on medium high heat until you see bubbles. Click here to see a video of us making marshmallows
  3. Pour hot mix into gelatin and mix together.
  4. Add in pumpkin pie spice and stevia.
  5. **If using MAPLE SYRUP add it to the hot water pumpkin mixture.
  6. Start mixing on slow speed and move up to a faster speed.
  7. Beat for 10-12 minutes. The marshmallows should start to come together.
  8. Pour marshmallow batter into a pan, we use a glass 8 in square pan.
  9. Let sit for a few hours or overnight.
  10. Once set, cut pumpkin marshmallows into any desired shape.
  11. We used pumpkin cookie cutter.
  12. Store in refrigerator for a few days.

paleo pumpkin marshmallows

Happy pumpkin pie marshmallow making!!

When you make some – please send us some ;)

Check out our other favorite ways to enjoy pumpkin and winter squashes:

Pumpkin hazelnut protein bars

Chocolate squash protein chia seed cookies

Pumpkin chocolate chip blondies

Raw pumpkin apple pie upside cake

Twins question: Who wants some pumpkin pie marshmallows? Has your pumpkin baking started yet? What fall recipe are you most looking forward to?


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  1. says

    Ahh! I have been simply dying to make your other marshmallow recipes forever now (and your homemade rice krispie treats?! Yes….). Now I feel fully behind that you have moved onto pumpkin-flavored marshmallows. These are so cute. Mission accomplished. I am now searching amazon for grass-fed gelatin and may actually purchase some this time around.
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  2. says

    These are absolutely adorable!! I definitely want to try them out.
    For some reason I’m a little intimidated by the whole gelatin thing, but recently with all these recipes popping up I think I’d be willing to give it a try.
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  3. Susan says

    I didn’t know if you meant powder stevia or liquid. I used liquid. Also I put this in the kitchen aid mixer with the paddle attachment … And nothing after 12 minutes. Switched over to the whisk attachment and …. MAGIC! These are setting in the fridge now! Thought I would share my minor setbacks for the world!

  4. says

    Thanks for another great recipe :-) Mine are nowhere near as orange (just a hint really), but I think the finished product looks and tastes nice. I used 2 TB maple syrup and made up my own spice blend since I can’t have cloves. I also used a hand mixer since I don’t have a stand one. Took a while longer to beat, as I imagined, but it worked!
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