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Pan Smores Bars Dairy Egg Nut Free

No fire, no sticks, no nice weather needed to make these delicious indoor smores.
 
This is an easy way to feed smores to many and is a huge crowd-pleaser.
 
No-bake pan s’mores are simply pressed into a pan, so quick and easy.
 
Easily made dairy-free, even though nobody will notice. And oh so addicting.
 
See our delicious cereal smores recipe below!
 
 

 

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JAMIE’S TOP TIP FOR PAN S’MORES

These pan smores are best made the day-of. But if you have leftovers, cut and store in an airtight baggy to keep them crunchy and fresh for the next day. 

 

Move over rice crispy treats, there’s a new cereal treat in town and we are in LOOOOVE!

Enter…Golden Grahams Pan Smores.

Same concept. Cereal, no-bake, gooey goodness.

But much more depth with crunchy cereal, fluffy marshmallows, and lots of chocolate!

Our family has been making and sharing these treats for years and years. 

It’s a dessert our adult friends count on for New Years and Super Bowl. 

And my teens insist on taking them to parties at friends’ houses. 

I use both dairy-free chocolate and dairy-free butter for my son with milk allergy. 

However, nobody would ever guess that this rich chocolate snack has no dairy. 

It’s always devoured.

Plus, I get asked for the recipe often. 

Want to take something more exciting than Oreos to your next potluck?

These dairy-free s’mores will definitely impress your friends and family!

Even though you want to let them set for about an hour, you can have these smores whipped up in minutes.

Homemade dessert really doesn’t get easier than this. Or tastier.

See the super easy recipe below, just five ingredients!

S’MORES REVIEWS

“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!” Blog Reader, Mallory

“Your smores bars have been a crowd favorite for years!! We bring them and my kids are all the sudden the kids with the cool snack.” Stephenie on Facebook

Cereal Smores Bars

CERAL PAN SMORES DAIRY FREE

Makes approximately 24 servings.

INGREDIENTS

3/4 cup light corn syrup 
3 tablespoons dairy-free butter
1 package dairy-free chocolate chips
9 cups Golden Grahams cereal
3 cups miniature marshmallows

Here’s our favorite organic corn syrup (affiliate).

Here’s info on dairy-free butter we use.

Yes, this recipe does use a whole bag of dairy-free chocolate chips. That’s a bit of a cost.

And we love these natural marshmallows!

See instructions below.

No Bake Cereal S'Mores Recipe

 

DIRECTIONS

Grease 9 x 13 or 10×15 inch pan with dairy-free butter.

In a very large pot (6 quart), heat 3/4 c. corn syrup, 3 tbs. dairy-free butter and 1 packaged dairy-free chocolate chips until the mixture is heated through, thin, and smooth. 

Remove from heat.

Add 9 c. cereal to the pot, toss until coated with mixture.

Fold in 3 c. marshmallows 1 cup at a time.

Press into greased pan.

Let stand 1 hour.

Cut into 2 inch squares.

Store at room temperature in an airtight container, a plastic baggie works great to keep them crunchy.

Hope you love these cereal pan s’mores bars as much as we do! 

You can save these pan smores on Pinterest for later.

And here are more dairy-free s’mores ideas, too!

 

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Colleen Saitz

Monday 20th of February 2023

Would it be ok to use margarine?

Jamie Kaufmann

Monday 20th of February 2023

Hi Colleen! Yes, your allergy-safe margarine will work for sure. :)

Christine Jenkins

Wednesday 2nd of February 2011

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!

Jamie Kaufmann

Monday 17th of January 2011

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

Joshua and Mallory

Monday 3rd of January 2011

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!

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