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Lavender Lemon S’mores Recipe | National S’mores Day

Guess what? National S’mores Day comes once a year, but you can definitely enjoy this tasty treat all year ’round. Normally, our family makes them with milk chocolate, but I decided to do something different this year and combine a few of my favorite flavors. I enjoy lavender lemonade, and white chocolate has always been a favorite, so I came up with these lavender lemon s’mores for a fun treat!

I partnered with Lindt to do an Instagram post for National S’mores Day, and I loved the recipe so much that I decided to blog it! No compensation was provided for this blog post. 

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Lavender Lemon S’mores Recipe


These ingredients make one s’more, so feel free to increase the quantity to make more for family and friends (and yourself because if you adore lemon, you’ll love these!).

  • 1 graham cracker flat (comprised of 4 rectangles)
  • 6 rectangles of Lindt white chocolate (feel free to use less, but this fits perfectly with the size of the cracker)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon curd
  • 1 marshmallow
  • a pinch of culinary lavender

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Method to Make Lemon Lavender S’mores

  • Place one half of the graham cracker on a plate.
  • Spread lemon curd.
  • Sprinkle culinary lavender buds on top of the lemon curd.
  • Place the white chocolate on top of the curd.
  • Toast your marshmallow as much or as little as you’d like, and place it on the chocolate.
  • Top with the remaining half of the graham cracker.
  • If any marshmallow gushes out of the side, feel free to sprinkle those parts with more lavender buds.
  • EAT and enjoy!

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I hope you test out this lavender lemon s’mores recipe. I made them on a whim but really ended up loving the flavors! Craving more lavender inspiration? See these shower ideas on the blog!

  • Laura Dove - Oh wow this sounds like such a sophisticated s’more flavour! We don’t actually have s’mores over here but I am assuming they are just marshmallow?

  • EG III - That recipe looks devine! It never dawned on me to stray from the traditional s’more…but new revelation opens up a world of endless possibilities. Thank you for sharing!

  • Jennifer - They are usually graham crackers, milk chocolate, and toasted marshmallow, but anything can be flipped out for it to be a creative s’more. You should try the classic recipe sometime! 🙂

  • Jackie - Wow that looks delicious! I’ve never had proper smores, in Australia we don’t have graham crackers. So i’ve made an alternative but I don’t know what the usual tastes like haha

    I might try this one though, it’s different but very appealing.

    Jackie – Organised Mum Life

  • Vaibhav Mehta - Jennifer I don’t know the C of cooking but looking at those delightful pictures I do know the E of eating. Damn those are some foodporn pictures or what. You are the Nigella Lawson (my crush) of the blogging world for me!

  • Amanda maguire - I’m really loving lemon curd at the moment. These sound absolutely Devine!!!!

  • Monidipa - What I love the most, Chocolate… So yeah, I am definitely going to try this once soon, this S’more look so delicious, I am already drooling. Loved the post. Great recipe.

  • Monidipa - What I love most, chocolate… What am I gonna try this weekend, definitely this S’more. I loved it, it’s so easy to make. All the pics are so amazing, I am already drooling.. Amazing post.

  • Kate - Oh wow that sounds like a crazy but incredibly interesting food combinations that will probably blow your senses away! Thanks for sharing!

  • Rhian Westbury - I would never have thought to put lavender into something like this. I bet once it’s melted the scent comes out quite strongly x

  • Mommy Sigrid - This is a pretty exciting twist to Smores! I would love to try this. I don’t think I can find the ingredients here though. Tsk tsk. Looks so good!

  • Fashion and Style Police - I love the sound of this recipe. It is making me very hungry. Love anything with lemon in it.

  • Renata Green - It’s amazing that something so ‘rustic’ as smores can look this elegant and delicious – and a bit posh.

  • jefferson - I don’t know if national smores day exists, but you just told me with your post 🙂 your presentation of food is very great and lovely!

  • Blair villanueva - Your smores recipe looks yummylicious and hey I didn’t know it got a special day! Cheers for the smores ancestors!

  • Sreekar - I do love t when great ingredients combine in a simple yet rustic dish! Most of all I think a newbie like me can manage this in the kitchen:) Please cook more at your whim, it sure seems to be working:)

  • Asher Kabeer - I’ve read about Lemon Lavender for the first time but that rectangularly shaped biscuits sound pretty tasty.

  • Jana - Oh wow! That sounds amazing! Not only that, but it also looks delicious! I am going to have to try this recipe out!

  • Ami Rose - Oh my these look and sound incredible. I need to get my baking apron back on and experiment in the kitchen again!

    Ami xxx

  • kim - What a fabulous idea! Loving this twist on the old fashioned s’mores and I can’t wait to try it!

  • Nina - This is such a cool idea! I would never think to make smores as a snack for a wedding! However your take on it is absolutely perfect for this sort of thing!

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