Pan Smores {Dairy-Free}

Original Post:  2/1/13

Move over rice crispy treats, there's a new cereal treat in town and we are in LOOOOVE! Enter...Golden Grahams Pan Smores.

I originally got this recipe off the box of Golden Grahams. We make these allergy-free by using dairy-free chocolate and butter, but friends and family never know.  

Every time I make these pan smores for a get-together the entire pan gets eaten, and people often ask if they are truly dairy-free. And for the recipe, peeps definitely want the recipe. They taste that darn good. And "normal". 

You will want to whip up some pan smores asap, trust me.


3/4 cup light corn syrup (organic is my choice)

3 tablespoons dairy-free butter (Earth Balance)
1 package Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
1 teaspoon vanilla
9 cups Golden Grahams cereal 
3 cups miniature marshmallow

Grease 9 x 13 inch pan.
In a very large pot (6 quart), heat syrup, butter and chocolate to boiling stirring constantly.
Remove from heat, stir in vanilla.
Add cereal to the pot, toss until coated with mixture.
Fold in marshmallows 1 cup at a time.
Press into greased pan.
Let stand 1 hour.
Cut into 2 inch squares.
Store at room temperature.


Joshua and Mallory said...

I am a new commenter, but wanted to let you know that I LOVED this recipe. I recently made this for my small group and the dairy and non-dairy eaters alike devoured them. Thank you for this recipe!

Jamie Kaufmann said...

I am so glad you enjoyed. Thanks for posting on your blog. :)

Christine Jenkins said...

This looks absolutely wonderful and I'm excited to try them! My son (he's 11) was just recently diagnosed with a milk allergy/sensitivity and I'm very new to all of this. I think we have a good handle on it so far, but I absolutely LOVE your blog and I'm so glad I found it. I've been looking for something like this. It's so very encouraging to find others out there with food issues and find new recipes etc.

I too homeschool our children (we have three) and am a born-again Christian. I've just recently taken up blogging and I can see food being a big part of it. Thank you so much!