100 Ways To Change Your Life

The Science of Leveling Up Health, Happiness, Relationships & Success

Change Your Life!
The Freshest Pod

The next episode of our advice series, where every month, I’ll be joined by a new special guest. This month I’m so excited to welcome Robin Arzón to the podcast to answer your questions.

Listen Now!
Healthy Convo Game

6 categories with 150 unique, interactive cards to build intimacy, explore personalities & go deep, quick

Order yours today!

S’mores Cookies (Gluten Free, Grain Free, Dairy Free, Refined Sugar Free, Paleo)

chocolatecookiesdessertgraham crackerholidaymarshmallows'moressimple mills


As my final collaboration with Simple Mills for their 12 Days of Cookies celebration, I decided to create a cookie for “the Accessorizer” theme – the type of person who always has that little extra something that takes their clothing or home furnishings to the next level.  I knew right away that I’d be doing a s’mores cookie, because s’mores are clearly the Accessorizers of the dessert world.  They take their perfectly good, delicious graham cracker bodies and throw on a layer of perfect, melty chocolate – and because that’s just not enough, they top it with perfectly toasted marshmallows.  I’ve long wanted to try making a s’mores cookie, so one rainy Saturday, I sequestered myself in my kitchen, determined not to come out until I succeeded.


The first tricky thing in making a s’mores cookie was figuring out the base:  what, I wondered, made a graham cracker taste, well, graham-y?  Several batches of experimentation later, I came up with a combination of cinnamon, excessive vanilla (a trick from the always genius Smitten Kitchen) and a touch of molasses.  I added this to Simple Mills’ chocolate chip cookie mix and, with the graham cracker base studded with chocolate chips, I was only one step away from s’mores cookie magic.


That step being, of course, marshmallows.  I played around with gelatin and with variations on flavors in my signature cashew frosting, but ended up going with a variation on a Swiss-style meringue.  Swiss meringues are cooked while they’re being whipped, so you can essentially eat the meringue batter without having to worry about salmonella nasties.  This was perfect for my use as frosting: I piped it on top of my cookies before sticking them in a broiling oven for that perfect toasted marshmallow top.  Et voila.



Don’t forget to follow along on Simple Mills’ Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more 12 Days of Cookies fun, and be sure to check out their Pinterest board filled with gifts that are perfect for the Accessorizer in your life (and if anyone wants to get me this copper Kitchen Aid for Christmas…well, I would never want to get in the way of you and your dreams).


clock clock iconcutlery cutlery iconflag flag iconfolder folder iconinstagram instagram iconpinterest pinterest iconfacebook facebook iconprint print iconsquares squares iconheart heart iconheart solid heart solid icon

S’mores Cookies (Gluten Free, Grain Free, Paleo, Refined Sugar Free)



Graham Cracker Base

Toasted Marshmallow Frosting

  • 4 large egg whites
  • 1 cup coconut sugar
  • 1/4 tsp cream of tartar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract


Graham Cracker Base

  1. Mix together all dry ingredients; set aside. Mix together all wet ingredients until well combined, then stir into wet ingredients until well mixed. Spoon onto parchment lined baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Let cool completely before removing from pan..

Toasted Marshmallow Frosting

  1. In a metal bowl, whisk together egg whites, coconut sugar and cream to tartar. Place bowl over a pot of simmering water and whisk constantly (I used the whisk attachment on my hand mixer) for 4 – 5 minutes, or until mixture is warm to the touch. Remove from heat and continue whisking until stiff peaks form, about 7 – 10 minutes. Spoon into a plastic bag with the tip cut off or a piping bag then swirl onto top of cooled cookies. Heat oven to “broil” and broil cookies until the tops are just turning brown. This typically takes between 1 and 2 minutes, so watch it carefully so it doesn’t burn!
  2. Makes 12 – 16 cookies. Store in a tightly covered container at room temperature for 3 – 4 days.


A couple of my international readers have asked what they can do since Simple Mills isn’t available in their country. These should work almost as well with this cookie recipe – just add the 1/4 cup coconut flour, 1/4 tsp cinnamon and 1 tbsp molasses before baking, and frost as per the rest of the instructions.

This post is sponsored by Simple Mills, a company whose mixes I’ve used long before we were working together (they’re simply the best healthy baking mixes on the market, period).  Thank you so much for supporting the brands that make Sprouted Routes possible.

100 Ways To Change Your Life

The Science of Leveling Up Health, Happiness, Relationships & Success

100 Ways To Change Your Life takes the learnings gathered over thousands of hours of expert interviews and distills them into 100 distinct habits, shifts, and tools to revolutionize every part of your life.

With fun, easy steps and a deep grounding in the latest science, you’ll be armed with everything you need to achieve your dream life, from your gut health to your finances to your friendships and beyond.

Get Your Special Offer


Let me know what you think!

Recipe rating 5 Stars 4 Stars 3 Stars 2 Stars 1 Star
* By using this form you agree that the information provided will be used as per our privacy policy.

  1. 7 Homemade Paleo S’more Recipes (For a Comforting Dessert) says:

    […] 3. S’mores Cookies Why not bake your s’mores in cookie form in the first place? This recipe has an absolutely delicious graham cracker cookie base with molasses and cinnamon, and a toasted marshmallow frosting made with egg whites, coconut sugar, and vanilla extract. […]