Ingredients (always vegan + always conflict free)
Ingredientstruly ethical chocolate (cocoa mass, cocoa butter, vegan sugar, soy lecithin, vanilla), corn*, smoked paprika, smoked sea salt, smoked pepper*, homegrown sage*, tapioca syrup, filtered water, tapioca starch, carrageenan, soy protein, natural vanilla flavor, smoked sea salt, baking soda, sea salt, maple syrup, molasses, coconut oil*, oat flour*, cornstarch*, flaxseeds*. CONTAINS: SOY, CORN. *denotes an organic ingredient. Produced in a facility that uses nuts, seeds, coconut, soy, and wheat.
We did it! We made a perfect s’mores kit for you to bring along to any event and become everyone’s best friend. There are supplies for 6 s’mores in every set, so no more left over bags of marshmallows that you forget about for months. If you’re intentional, you may even have some leftover chocolate.
The kit includes:
12 gf graham crackers: Because we’re us, we’re giving you 12 handmade, ethically sourced, 100% vegan, and gluten free graham crackers. Our manager Kate crafted this magic recipe that’s better than anything store bought and *finally* means no honey! Why are they always made with honey?
6 vegan marshmallows: Dandies will forever be our favorite mallow. Totally vegan and perfectly toast-able. But for me, I always buy a bag to make s’mores with and then have maybe 15 leftover that I later find in the back of my pantry in December. But with the perfect number in this kit, less waste! And a *lil* more pressure to make a perfect toasted marshmallow.
1 semisweet bar: A solid bar of our 65% chocolate, ethically sourced and handmade into the cutest bars. All of our chocolate is sourced from República del cacao, an Ecuadorian brand that Lagusta visited herself to ensure they had good ethics!
1 smoky corn on the cob bar: So…I know what you’re thinking. “Why did we put corn chocolate in a s’mores kit?”. But trust us on this! Take a leap of faith! Crispy sweet corn and smoky sage flavors make for the *perfect* s’more. It’s perhaps the most American thing we could do, add corn to a s’more.
and smoked sea salt! The finishing touch before you close your sweet sandwich.
Just a reminder, we only ship M-W in the summer time! ♡
Did reading this make you curious of the etymology of the word s’more? Here you go: It’s a combo of the words ‘some more’. A beautifully smushed up word that you’re probably used to if you grew up somewhere rural, like I did. Save time and make it one word, you know? The recipe for a s’more was first published in the 1920’s, but the treat was already popular among girl scouts and boy scouts. So we can thank the children for being brave enough to make a sandwich out of different forms of sugar. Hope you enjoy this special s’mores kit we’ve been crafting! – Ericka