Dairy Free S’mores Pie

GUYS!  HI!  HI HI HI HI HI!  I have something very important to say…  S’mores Pie.  Yes, I said it.  I made a S’MORES PIE.

I almost sprained my fingers typing out this post because I’m so damn excited to share the recipe with you.  It’s freakin’ legendary.

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This decadent S'mores Pie has a deliciously comforting graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy chocolate filling, and a homemade marshmallow fluff topping. And it's dairy free and low in sugar! Healthy Dessert Recipes at the Desserts With Benefits Blog

There’s really nothin’ much better than this S’mores Pie.

It’s like a S’mores x 10294.75

It’s like a S’mores reloaded.

This decadent S'mores Pie has a deliciously comforting graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy chocolate filling, and a homemade marshmallow fluff topping. And it's dairy free and low in sugar! Healthy Dessert Recipes at the Desserts With Benefits Blog

From the comforting graham cracker crust to the decadent, silky smooth chocolatey filling, to the from-scratch, cloud-like marshmallow fluff topping, you’ll find it hard (read: impossible) to say “no” to another bite.

This is a seriously show-stopping dessert.  I brought out the big guns (aka my kitchen blow torch) and toasted the heck out of that mallow!  I mean, just look at that crisp-on-the-outside-gooey-on-the-inside marshmallowy goodness!  Now get ready to look under the hood:

This decadent S'mores Pie has a deliciously comforting graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy chocolate filling, and a homemade marshmallow fluff topping. And it's dairy free and low in sugar! Healthy Dessert Recipes at the Desserts With Benefits Blog

Awwww yeahhhh.  We’ve got a buttery and delicious graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy dairy-free chocolate filling, and a refined sugar-free marshmallow fluff topping.  And what I consider to be happiness slipped in there too.

Can you say, “YUM!” for me?  My mouth may or may not be completely full of this delicious pie…  *blushes*

This decadent S'mores Pie has a deliciously comforting graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy chocolate filling, and a homemade marshmallow fluff topping. And it's dairy free and low in sugar! Healthy Dessert Recipes at the Desserts With Benefits Blog

Healthy S'mores Pie
Prep Time
45 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
1 hr 15 mins
 

This decadent S'mores Pie has a deliciously comforting graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy chocolate filling, and a homemade marshmallow fluff topping.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Pie
Servings: 2 8" pies
Ingredients
Crust:
Filling:
Topping:
Instructions
For the Crust:
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Take the pie crust out of the fridge and let it thaw at room temperature for ~45 minutes, or until soft and dough-like.
  2. In a large bowl, stir together the graham cracker crumbs and melted coconut oil.  Then, dump in the softened pie dough and mix together with your hands.
  3. Press the mixture into two 8” pie pans.  Bake for 10 minutes.  Let cool completely.
For the Filling:
  1. Place a double boiler over medium heat with about 2” of water.  In the top portion of the double boiler, whisk together the erythritol, cocoa powder, corn starch, and just a splash of the coconut milk, until completely smooth.  Then whisk in the remainder of the coconut milk.  Whisk occasionally.
  2. When the water in the double boiler starts to boil, whisk the mixture constantly.  It should seem like it’s not going anywhere for a while, then it will thicken quite suddenly.  When this happens, turn off the heat but keep whisking the mixture over the double boiler for ~1 minute, or until it’s thick like a pudding.
  3. Remove the top portion from the double boiler and whisk in the vanilla extract.
  4. Add the chocolate and let sit for 1 minute.  Whisk until completely smooth.  Pour the mixture into the pie crusts and let cool at room temperature for ~2 hours.  Cover with plastic wrap touching the surface of the filling.  Refrigerate overnight.
For the Topping:
  1. In a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, add the egg whites and turn on high speed.
  2. In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, add the agave nectar.  Add a candy thermometer and cook until it reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit.  While that is heating on the stove, add the erythritol and salt to the whipping egg whites.
  3. When the agave reaches 160 degrees, remove it from the heat and add it to the whipping egg whites in a VERY SLOW AND STEADY STREAM along the side of the bowl.  Whip on high for 6 minutes total, adding the vanilla paste in the last minute.  Mixture should be firm, thick, white, and glossy.
  4. Spoon or pipe the mixture over the pies, then toast with a kitchen torch.  Serve immediately.
Recipe Notes

You can try subbing the granulated erythritol with a granulated sweetener of choice (like organic cane sugar) if you like!

I’ve been making S’mores Pie for years now.  The first time I ever made one was in 2011 during my freshman year in college!  Since then, I’ve made plenty of variations.

Sometimes with a graham cracker crust, sometimes with a Gingersnap Cookie base.

Sometimes with a chocolate cream cheese filling, sometimes with a Chocolate Silk Pie filling.

Sometimes with a thick marshmallow topping, sometimes with a marshmallow-fluff-like veil of drippy, sticky goodness.

The recipe I posted above is my ALL TIME FAVORITE version.  But here are some shots of the runner up (has a Gingersnap base, chocolate cream cheese filling, and a cloak of marshmallow fluff):

Healthy Smores Pie | Healthy Dessert Recipes at the Desserts With Benefits Blog

You can still enjoy S’mores — the all-time classic campfire treat — even without the campfire!

This S’mores Pie is incredibly unique, fun to make, and mind-blowing to eat.

You definitely need to make it for yourself.  This is pure comfort in a pie pan…  but without the excess sugar and artificial ingredients.

This S'mores Pie has a deliciously comforting graham cracker crust, a rich and creamy chocolate filling, and a homemade marshmallow fluff topping. And it's dairy free and low in sugar! Healthy Dessert Recipes at the Desserts With Benefits Blog

Oh, S’mores Pie, I love you.

Enjoy!

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With love and good eats,

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– Jess

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27 comments on “Dairy Free S’mores Pie”

  1. This looks absolutely dreamy! Love your blog!

  2. Love the photos! The pie looks really inviting!

  3. Lovely!!! Can I substitute sucanat with brown sugar?

  4. That smores pie looks delicious! Good idea.

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  6. What kind of protein powder are you using?

  7. This is one gourgeously amazing cake. I’m drooling 🙂

  8. Ok so you can sub brown sugar for sucanat, do you think I could sub granulated erythritol too? All I can seem to find is just 100% cane sugar. I am making this for a thanksgiving get together but I’m also trying to watch my sugar intake. What’s a girl to do? lol Also, can I add extra vanilla in place of the paste? I can only find this online as well and the order won’t show up in time. If not this, then I’m bringing you pecan pie instead 🙂 Thanks for being our test kitchen Jess!

    • Yup, brown sugar can replace the sucanat and cane sugar for the erythritol… but you can use all brown sugar if you like, it will just increase the calories and sugar in the recipe.
      You can also use vanilla extract instead of the vanilla paste 🙂
      Have an AMAZING Thanksgiving!
      -Jess

  9. Can we substitute the erythritol with something else? Like powdered stevia?

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  11. Hi Jessica,
    Iam not from US, it’s hard for me to find erythritol, so can I sub with regular sugar?
    thanks

  12. Danielle Diermeier
    11

    This looks amazing!! Can’t wait to make this one! Do you think it will work with a vegan protein powder? I don’t like using whey or soy protein powders for allergen/hormonal side effects they have.

  13. Hey, I was noticing this awesome vegan recipe (per your permanent buttons on the side) but then noticed it has whey and eggs (which are, as you know, not vegan). I just pinned a lot of stuff from this website only to find out that it’s not vegan. Why do you have those permanent buttons on the side that says vegan, sugar free, etc and not follow it? It’s a little misleading.

  14. Actually, it does. 🙂 On the right hand side, you have a list of green circular buttons that are tags. It starts off with gluten free, then vegan, and so on. 

    • The sidebar is static — it stays the same no matter what page or recipe you’re looking at. Those buttons are kinda like a quicker way to find gluten free recipes, or vegan recipes, etc. If you’re looking for vegan recipes, click the vegan button and alllll those recipes are vegan! 😀
      The tags for this particular recipe are found beneath the recipe’s title (gluten free, high fiber, high protein)
      -Jess

      • Right, but if you read my comments I mentioned specifying that. You could have a header over them because a lot of bloggers have those buttons to give a quick rundown of what their blogs are about, which is what I thought was happening here. It was just a helpful suggestion for any future people that might be interested in your blog. 🙂

  15. BLONDIEBAKESANDBIKES
    14

    S’mores pie? Thats healthy?! I’m so in! Haha, just found your blog and I love it!!

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