GlutenFree S’mores

On my recent camping trip, making s’mores was all I could think about. What camping trip is complete without them?! The problem w/ gluten-free s’mores and camping for me is finding GF graham crackers to go with it. So, this time I decided to use Kinnikinnick Foods GF Ginger Snaps with Godiva Milk Chocolate Salted Caramel & Marshmallows.

I took my special s’more spike and added the first marshmallow, a piece of chocolate, another marshmallow, a little more chocolate, then lightly patted the cookie on the tip of the spike to top it off. I put it all in the fire and let it catch a flame till my marshmallows were a bit blackened – my preference – then took another cookie and slid it all off to make a s’more sandwich…. Mmmm.

All in all these were big hits with even the non gluten-free crowd as they quickly finished every last crumb, leaving the poor Hershey’s Chocolate & regular graham crackers lonely for the rest of the eve.

So try something different on your next camping trip and let me know how they turn out. Enjoy.

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  1. Reply

    I am allergic to chocolate and grains. However, if I could eat grains, I would make this with carob and coconut butter,

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    I wish I could have chocolate because this is such a great idea! I miss smores! Yummmm

    1. Ooh I love s’mores. Why no chocolate? That’s a serious bummer!

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        I am allergic to it! It makes me very sick! No fun! 🙁

        1. Oh no. I’m not a big chocolate fan but I sympathize

    2. Ooh I love s’mores. Why no chocolate? That’s a serious bummer!

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        I am allergic to it! It makes me very sick! No fun! 🙁

        1. Oh no. I’m not a big chocolate fan but I sympathize

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