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These Vegan Grain-Free S’mores Brownies are made with a layer of graham-style crust topped with flourless fudgey grain-free brownies finished with a top layer of vegan marshmallow fluff for the perfect s’mores summertime brownie recipe!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bob’s Red Mill. The opinions and text are all mine. The product used in this recipe was sent to me as a gift, thank you so much Bob’s!
We made it my friends, though another winter to the first day of summer. Aside from the sunny, warm weather and all the fun outdoor activities, we’re entering into the beloved s’mores season! Now I know it’s so much fun to make traditional s’mores by the campfire but today I’m bringing you a fun s’mores treat that combines a graham-style crust, flourless brownies, and vegan marshmallow fluff all in one and this dessert will blow your summer socks off! This could quite possibly be one of my FAVORITE dessert recipes I’ve ever made… so trust me, you’re going to want to make them 🙂
We’re starting with the graham layer, not made with traditional grahams but with a combination of Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour, Coconut Flour, and Coconut Sugar that tastes like graham crackers and keeps this recipe not only gluten-free but also grain-free. You simply combine the flours and sugar with cinnamon, salt, pure vanilla extract, and coconut oil and press it into a parchment-lined 8×8 baking pan.
Next you’ll make the grain-free, flourless brownie batter using Tapioca Flour and spread that on top of the graham-style crust and bake it in the oven for 20 minutes. While the brownies are cooling, you’ll make a batch of my super popular vegan marshmallows and then pour the marshmallow fluff over top of the cooled brownies and let it set up for about an hour, preferably more.
I chose to torch the top of the marshmallow layer to give these Vegan Grain-Free S’mores Brownies that authentic toasted marshmallow vibe, but you can skip that or drizzle with melted chocolate and then dig right into these scrumptious brownies! Omg s’mores perfection made right in your oven!
I love using Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour not only because it’s grain-free, but also because the super fine texture gives the crust that perfect graham-esque, light and airy crunch. Almonds are known for being nutritious and satisfying, providing vitamin E, protein, fiber, and healthy fats making them a great choice for those following paleo, gluten-free or low-carb diets. I’ve been using almond more and more in my sweet and savory recipes. And their Tapioca Flour comes from cassava, a plant common to South America, also very commonly used in a paleo and grain-free diet, and works perfectly in the brownie batter keeping it “flourless” and grain-free also.
So be sure to head over to Bob’s Red Mill to order your products, also sold on Amazon and in most grocery stores and don’t forget to tag me on Instagram or Facebook @HealthyLittleVittles #healthylittlevittles if you make these delectable Vegan Grain-Free S’mores Brownies!
* I get my tapioca syrup on Amazon (see below), but if you can't find that you can try to replace it with brown rice syrup or corn syrup- just note- it will no longer be a grain-free recipe.
** If the center of your brownies sink slightly, you can gently push the outer edges down before your pour the marshmallow fluff over top
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