s’more season has arrived

29th May, 2016 / No Comments

What is summer without campfires? What are campfires without roasting marshmallows? What are roasted marshmallows without graham crackers and melted chocolate?!

S’more season here, folks, and if you want to go all out, here are two homemade graham cracker recipes — one classic, one vegan/refined sugar-free/peanut butter version — to take this campfire treat to a whole new level!

P.S. We did test out this recipe during the April kiln firing and roasted marshmallows from the side stoke hole (pictured below).

P.P.S. These are great for post-s’more snacking or are very freezer friendly if you want to keep your stash on hand and whip ’em out like a pro for impromptu campfires, which is like 90% of all campfires, right? 🙂

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Classic Homemade Graham Crackers 

2 ¼ cup spelt or oat flour, plus more if needed and for rolling out

1/4 cup sugar

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 large egg

1/4 cup vegetable oil

1/4 cup honey

1 Tbsp milk

(cinnamon-sugar, optional; for topping)

Bake at 25 until golden, let sit in warm oven to crisp up

Mix wet (minus milk) and dry separately, then combine. Add milk in the end if needed. Brush tops with water and sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top if you want. Roll ball of dough out to ¼ in thick and cut cracker squares (eyeball it!) Pierce with fork tines and bake for 15-25 min at 325F.

Peanut Butter n’ Honey Graham Crackers  (vegan, refined sugar free)

¼ cup coconut oil

scant ½ cup honey

2 heaping tablespoons peanut butter

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 ½ cup of spelt or ancient grain flour or gf flour blend (brown rice flour, quinoa flour, buckwheat flour, spelt flour)

1/3 cup oat flour

¾ teaspoon baking soda

½ teaspoon cinnamon

¼ teaspoon salt

3 tablespoons water

Mix wet (minus water) and dry separately, then combine. Add water in the end if needed. Roll ball of dough out to ¼ in thick and cut cracker squares (eyeball it!) Pierce with fork tines and bake for 10-20 min at 325F. They burn easily so do check often.

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