making homemade {raw} s’mores



Homemade {raw} s’mores with marshmallows. These s’mores are gluten-free, grain-free, mostly raw, and low-sugar!

Let’s talk about this sinfully delicious dessert shall we?

Do you remember our first time making raw smores over at pure2raw? We cringe at looking at old pictures. We know many food bloggers feel the same way from looking back at older posts. Don’t get us wrong we adore our first raw s’mores and all their ooey gooey deliciousness. Nothing wrong with jazzing up an old favorite, right?


Not only did we discover making an old favorite differently is amazing, but we learned that our sugar-free marshmallows make for the perfect s’mores filling!

Okay, these are really yummy and really satisfying even without all that extra sugar . We admit you’re gonna want more than one.  We sure did.

The first time we made a raw s’mores we wanted it to be nut free, so we used seeds with coconut flakes as our base. This time around we wanted to use a nut. We picked walnuts as our nut base. You could use any nut of your liking mixed with the coconut flakes to make a great cookie base. We also used yacon syrup in ours to keep it low-glycemic, but using molasses would be a great option to help give the cookies a more ‘graham’ cracker flavoring.


Oreo marshmallow cookies anyone? Yes we know, it’s not quite like the original. Nothing like creating our OWN traditions.  We are all about doing things differently ;)

We’re not going to lie and say these taste exactly like the original. Because they don’t. But they are SUPER delicious in their own sexy way.

You know we love to play around with recipes. And re-making our raw s’mores has been a recipe that needed to be updated.


It was fun cutting the marshmallows to be our s’mores filling. We happily gobbled the extra marshmallow scraps.


Hard to believe this ‘sexy’ dessert is low in sugar.

We topped off our homemade {raw} s’mores with rich chocolate sauce. Yum. Can we have more s’mores, please?


We are so excited to share our updated {raw} s’mores with you today.


The chocolate sauce definitely makes the s’mores complete. Drool worthy? YES! We think so.

We hope you enjoy our twist on the classic s’mores dessert.



Purelytwins recipe: {raw} homemade low-sugar smores with chocolate sauce

makes 6 cookies; makes 3 s’mores sandwiches


S’mores cookies~

  • 1/2 cup (2oz) – walnut halves
  • 1/2 cup (1 3/4oz) – finely shredded coconut flakes
  • 3 tablespoons (1oz) – mesquite flour (can use nut meal, carob, or cocoa)
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon flax meal
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 2 tablespoon yacon syrup or molasses (or could do maple syrup)
  • pinch sea salt

Marshmallow filling~

one recipe of our stevia based marshmallows or any marshmallow recipe or pre-made you like

Chocolate sauce:

  • few drops of stevia 
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 6 tablespoons raw cacao powder (cocoa powder is fine)
  • 4 tablespoons coconut oil, liquid
  • 1-2 tablespoons water


  1. Make the marshmallows first. Follow the directions from the original recipe and set marshmallows to the side as you make the cookies. We recommend letting the marshmallows set for a few hours before cutting. 
  2. Gather your s’more cookies ingredients together. 
  3. Once cookies batter comes together, carefully roll out on a parchment paper. Grab a circle cookie cutter and start cutting out the cookies. We got 6 cookies. * Size and amount will vary depending on the size cookie cutter you use. 
  4. We dehydrated our cookies at 110 degrees for about 6-8 hours. You do not have to do this part, you can place cookies in a 200 degree oven for about 3-4 hours. This part helps set the cookies.
  5. Once cookies are done set to the side to cool.
  6. Next grab your marshmallows and start cutting them into circles using the same circle cookie cutters.
  7. Next time to make the chocolate sauce for the topping.
  8. Place all your chocolate sauce ingredients into a glass bowl.  Begin to stir. Continue to stir until it is all mixed together.
  9. Build your cookie s’more cookies with marshmallows in the middle. Top with chocolate sauce.


Your welcome.


18 Responses to making homemade {raw} s’mores

  1. Mmmm these look wonderful and the pics are totally drool worthy!
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  2. Victoria says:

    I can’t wait to try these! YUM!
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  3. Now that you know I love Marhsmallows…I’m sure you were thinking of me when making these ;) hehe
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  4. Oh my goodness, these are beautiful! They look delicious, too. Who doesn’t love a good marshmallow, right?
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  5. These look divine! I may need to these this weekend!

  6. I’ve been DYING to make your marshmallows, but I only have a hand mixer, so I’m a little nervous about the mixing for 10 minutes thing… Haha I don’t know if my arms will handle it well!

  7. There literally ARE NO WORDS.

    Where do you guys come up with these ideas! :)

  8. These definitely make me crave a summer evening by a fire!!!!
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  9. I am a lazy cook – can you send one my way! :)
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  10. Kate says:

    I’m going to make this to bring to my friends place for dessert next week and serve with a side of berries! yummy! :)

  11. These look amazing! Mmm…
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  12. Chris says:

    Can you use protein powder instead of the walnuts? Thanks!

    • purelytwins says:

      you can try Chris, not sure what kind of texture it will provide, might have to change the liquid about too, as it might soak up the liquid differently.

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