Almost healthy, portable S'more jars for your next picnic or cook out. Layers of creamy dark chocolate avocado pudding, crumbled graham crackers, and brûléed marshmallow cream. A more-ish make ahead treat.
I over-filled my jars for the photographs but if you are capping and transporting your jars to a picnic then show some restrain in filling them. Lol.
Blend all of the pudding ingredients together thinning with between 5-6 tbsp of non-dairy milk to get your desired consistency.
Crumble your graham crackers into medium bits. I like a mixture of larger and smaller crumbs.
* I prefer the texture of Marshmallow Fluff (whipped aquafaba) to marshmallows. If making and eating the recipe within a couple hours then you can skip the Xanthum gum and use cream of tartar in the Aquafaba recipe.
If the S'mores jars are for much later or even the next day then use the Xanthum gum. The Xanthum gum will help keep the marshmallow fluff stable and not weepy.
Or skip the aquafaba and just use boughten marshmallows.
Place aquafaba in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a balloon attachment. Turn the mixer on medium for a couple of minutes until the liquid is foamy and not so sloshy. Now add the cream of tartar or the Xanthum gum and vanilla extract
Now turn the speed up as high as it will go and whip for as long as it takes till you get stiff glossy peaks. (7-12 minutes)
Slowly add the sugar 1 tablespoon at a time while still whipping. Make sure the sugar is completely incorporated and there you have a lovely marshmallowy texture. Keep whipping until you have stiff peaks.
Take your four small clean jars and layer a couple of tbsp of graham cracker crumbs in the bottom of each.
Now carefully (why did I write carefully?) spoon the avocado chocolate pudding between the jars.
Top with another layer of graham cracker crumbles and the top with either a couple of marshmallows or aquafaba whip.
Brûlée them with a torch if you are lucky enough To have one or turn the broiler (grille for Brits) in your oven to high and lightly brown the tops (about 2-3 minutes).
When ready to serve then plunk a few squares of chocolate into the marshmallow fluff.