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Indoor S’Mores: Gluten & Dairy Free!

I haven’t had S’mores since I was a kid. In fact, I haven’t had a graham cracker for 10 years (which is when I began eating gluten-free). Fortunately, my favorite gluten-free folks at Kinnikinnick have created some delicious graham crackers which makes S’mores a possibility yet again. Woohoo!

Since the rain has made its arrival in Portland, my best friend and I made indoor S’mores for a recent poker night. They were a big hit! And we used soy-free dark chocolate – making it all the better. Enjoy!

2 Kinnikinnick S’moreables – gluten-free graham crackers
2 marshmallows (unfortunately I haven’t been able to find an organic marshmallow!)
1 square of Trader Joe’s super dark chocolate with almonds

Place chocolate square on one gluten-free graham cracker. Place 2 marshmallows on a metal skewer and place over a stovetop burner. Please note: Do not leave burner unattended. Hold marshmallow over burner for 1-2 minutes, or until golden brown. Slide marshmallows on top of chocolate square and put second graham cracker on top of the entire creation to form a sandwich.

Happy Eating!
xoHeather :)

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  • Tessa

    Yum!! I had the hardest time finding good gluten free graham crackers, and then I found Kinnikinnicks…yum! I love your adaptation for indoors here…and my kids will too! When my son can start eating these with us, I’ll use my corn-free marshmallows! Tessa@TesaDomesticDiva.blogspot.com

  • Dawn

    As it turns out, these graham crackers do contain soy… :(

  • Anonymous

    You’re right! They do contain soy lecithin. That was my error. Adjusting the post now. Thank you! xo