Saturday, February 25

Vegan Housewives: Vegan S'more Brownies


Hello!  We're Kortney and Katie from Vegan Housewives and we're so excited to be over here on Skunkboy Creatures today!  Sharing vegan baked goods and roasting marshmallows over an open fire are two of our favorite things to do, so we figured why not combine them into one delicious concoction... say hello to Vegan S'more Brownies.
While baking from scratch is fun, it isn’t always necessary & can get pretty time consuming. Our goal is to make your life as simple & tasty as possible, through quick & easy recipes.  This one will only take you about 7 minutes to prepare, 15-20 in the oven & you won’t even have many dishes to clean up afterwards!

What You Need:

Directions:
Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees (or as stated on the box)

1.    Prepare the brownie mix according to the package, using the olive oil to replace the butter & Ener-G egg substitute http://www.ener-g.com/gluten-free/egg-substitute.html> *Some boxed mixes don’t call for any more liquid, however add 1/4 C of vanilla almond or soy milk, to make your brownies extra moist!
2.    Mix in your chocolate chips & marshmallows (we won’t tell if you add a few extras!)


  3.    Layer your baking dish with graham crackers then pour your brownie mixture over top of them, being sure to spread everything evenly & marshmallows are completely covered in chocolate *Any cookies popping out of the top, may get a little burnt.  We like them this way, but if you’re not too fond of crispy cookies, just be sure to break the tops off before popping them in the oven 

4.    Bake the brownies for the recommended time or until your marshmallows have completely expanded and slightly browned on top

  5.    Enjoy!
     These little sweet treats are perfect for an indoor camping trip- serve with a 
      side of family room blanket forts for the full effect. We hope you enjoy them 
      & thanks so much for having us!  Also, if you have a favorite recipe that you 
      would like to have veg-i-fied, we would love to help out.  Head over to VeganHousewives.com to submit your dish & we will slave away until we 
       have created a vegan version just for you!

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Thank you so much, Katie and Kortney, for this recipe!  I can't wait to try it out this weekend!  
I hope you all have a great one!  xoxo Katie

20 comments:

  1. They look delicious! Will definitely try and make them. Seems like a nice and easy recipe!

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  2. This is fantastic! I have dairy allergies so this recipe is perfect. Plus the substitutions are simple... some vegan recipes can be a little overwhelming with too many impossible to find ingredients. Going to try this out tonight. Thank you so much for sharing everyone :D

    Aoife x

    http://aoife-blake.com

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  3. looks delicious!!!!!! will add to my recipe to do list!!!! :) thanks

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  4. Strange, we're English and were just toasting marshmallows on the fire tonight when I was telling Steve about smores- think they're mainly an American thing as just found out about them from reading blogs.Rx

    http://sandersonsmithstory.blogspot.com/

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  5. Yay! Can't wait to make these tomorrow! :)

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  6. Holy nom! Do you know if I could use coconut oil instead of olive oil?

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  7. mmm... this looks delicious!!! yummy!!

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  8. Uhhhh YUM :) These look amazing and are super easy sounding to make, thanks for sharing!

    xo
    Lizzie
    placeclevertitlehere.blogspot.com

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  9. that looks so good! i think i might even have all of that stuff in my cabinets! definately going to try it out soon.

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  10. gah! those look so amazingly good. i must make them!
    thank you so much for sharing this :)

    lily ♥

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  11. These look so good! I think I might start drooling over the image if I am not careful--will have to try this out definitely.

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  12. Any vegan marshmallows you'd recommend? I love marshmallows but I have the hardest time finding gelatin free varieties, besides the Sweet and Sara ones I'd have to order online. Any help for a south ontario girl?

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  13. Where or where do you find vegan marshmallows?!?

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