“As the marshmallowist I like to do things a little differently- with unexpected combinations and a bright, fresh twist ”


the marshmallowist story

The Marshmallowist was the first producer of gourmet marshmallows in the UK. Using premium ingredients - only whole fresh fruits, organic herbs & spices and boutique alcohol - The Marshmallowist combine classic confectionery with unexpected flavours.


We work with you to create bespoke marshmallow centrepieces or personalised favour boxes that match the style and individuality of your big day.

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your brand

We create bespoke flavours and branding that matches both your campaign and budget. From signature treats to unique outdoor toasting experiences- we're the UK's leading Marshmallow brand.

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How To Eat Marshmallows

Sometimes our marshmallows confuse people. They’re marshmallows but they’re not pink and white. They’re the same price as a box of posh chocs but, well, they’re marshmallows. Can you even toast them? But what happens if you do and they fall off the stick…eeks! So what the heck is so special about them and why do we bother making them?

Let's support teachers as well as treat them...

Teaching is, quite honestly, one of the hardest yet undervalued and underfunded jobs in this country. I often stare bewilderedly at anyone who goes into teaching wondering what saintly star they fell from. Because if any of us occasionally think our jobs are hard- pffft- we know absolutely nothing. The only reason any of us have the opportunities we have- that I have the confidence and the skills to run my own business- is because we had really great teachers.

We're not at Wimbledon with Strawberries & Cream.

I don’t think that I’m that into Wimbledon and then EVERY YEAR, I kind of wish I was able to go and watch tennis and eat expensive strawberries and wear a straw hat and clap politely. I just don’t even really think about that in January which is when you need to think about it. Same for Glastonbury tickets. So I mainly just watch tennis on the telly. And there is something lovely about that- it brings back memories of watching it after school because nothing else was on.