This post was created in partnership with Santé Nuts. All opinions are my own.
Did you know that Sunday, August 10 is National S’mores Day? I had no idea! It had been so long since I’ve had a S’more – at least since going gluten free. So when I saw the Nutty S’more Cones recipe from George Duran on the Sante Nuts website to make S’mores in ice cream cones, I went in search of gluten free cones. I was very happy when I found some at the health food store nearest to us.
When I told the girls we were going to make Ice Cream Cone Nutty S’mores, then jumped up and down and could hardly wait. I think they asked me every 5 minutes about it until I caved and agreed to do it right then!
You can add chopped fresh or dried fruit, or other items to mix up this recipe, but we kept it simple with corn syrup free mini marshmallows, dairy and soy free chocolate chips, Santé Nuts (candied pistachios, candied pecans and cardamom pistachios) and gluten free ice cream cones.
The girls had an absolute blast making this recipe, and we’ll definitely be doing it again soon!
Gluten Free Ice Cream Cone Nutty S’mores
- Gluten free ice cream cones (not sugar cones)
- Chocolate chips or chunks
- Mini marshmallows (corn syrup free)
- Santé Nuts (any variety), chopped or whole
- Preheat your oven to 275˚F.
- Make a toppings bar with your chocolate chips, marshmallows, nuts and anything else you want to use.
- Let everyone fill up their own gluten free ice cream cone with the toppings of their choice.
- Next, loosely wrap each filled cone with aluminum foil and place on its side on a baking sheet.
- Place in oven for 2-3 minutes (the corn syrup free marshmallows we use take longer to melt – at least 5-7 minutes). If you’re camping, you can place them near a campfire or on indirect heat in a grill.
- Allow the aluminum foil to cool and serve. They’re delicious and messy!
Thank you again to Santé Nuts for sponsoring this post. We love their nuts, which are made by hand in small batches and come in 9 different varieties. They use a special technique roasting their nuts so they absorb a minimal amount of oil, so they’re crunchier and healthier. And their products are manufactured in the USA, gluten free, Kosher, vegan and made in a peanut free environment.