I came across a recipe for Buckwheat Graham Crackers and ideas started racing through my head to make a healthy smore! This is what I came up with, Roasted Banana Campfire “Smores”! I wasn’t going to call them smores but Roasted Banana Campfire Sandwiches didn’t really have the right sound. I have to tell you I wish I would have captured my kids reaction to telling them we were going to go outside and roast bananas. Instantly they thought we were making grilled banana splits and were a little confused but in the end I think they were pretty happy with the results.
To start make a batch of Buckwheat Graham Crackers, the recipe can me found here. I added 1tsp of cinnamon to ours for the “regular” batch and added 3 TBSP of Navitas Naturals Cacao to another batch to make Chocolate Buckwheat Graham Crackers. I rolled out the regular batch with buckwheat flour and for the chocolate I used cacao and buckwheat mixed. For both batches I used a fondant roller with the guides on the end for thickness and got 47- 2″ crackers for each batch. I also burnt the first batch slightly cooking at 22 minutes so the next batch I only baked for 20 minutes.
Roasted Banana Campfire “Smores”
Makes 4 sandwiches
8 Buckwheat Graham Crackers
1 large banana, cut into chunks about 1 1/2″ the size of a large marshmallow
1/4c chocolate peanut butter (we used our favorite Peanut Butter & Co Dark Chocolate Dreams)
These are made like a traditional smore. Start by spreading 1 tablespoon of chocolate peanut butter onto 4 of the graham crackers. Roast your banana over the campfire, place it on top of the chocolate peanut butter, and placing the 2nd cracker on top of the banana. Enjoy!
Ok so because these are healthy if you want to live on the wild side….. have one with your coffee for breakfast! I made mine with Wild Friends Vanilla Espresso Almond Butter!