S’mores Milkshake has roasted marshmallows, smooth chocolate, graham cracker crumbles, all of the flavor of your favorite campfire treat.
Why not bring your S’mores indoors?
What can I say? School is out, vacations and camping trips are being planned and I for one am ready for the outdoors and warm weather!
This milkshake is an awesome and entertaining twist on the classic snack. Despite how impressive they look; they are actually super easy to make. Even more fun though, will be the look on the face of whoever you serve them too!
While most milkshakes are pretty straight forward, there are always tons of possibilities when it come to creating new flavors and garnishing. While experimenting with this S’mores Milkshake recipe, I decided to pull out all of the stops to make this a super decadent and impressive milkshake!
I am fixing a S’mores Milkshake.
It’s all of the yumminess of your favorite campfire treat. Enjoy all of that flavor without having to build a campfire! These are a huge hit with everyone I have made them for and there is no doubt this dessert is over-the-top delicious. It’s the perfect balance between graham crackers, toasty sweet marshmallows, and yummy chocolate! This is such a fun way to transform the humble S’more into a fancy and decadent dessert, with no campfire necessary!
I also love that this milkshake is a single-serve dessert you don’t have to fuss over. Just blend up all of your ingredients, generously decorate, and serve. It’s great for a party or special event, yet easy enough for a regular day. You simply MUST give this recipe a try. Your taste buds will thank you, I promise.
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- 22 Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows
- 7 Honey Maid Graham Cracker Squares divided
- 3 Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bars divided
- 10 scoops Vanilla ice cream 4-5 cups
- 4 Tbsp milk
Place 5 graham cracker squares in a plastic bag and crush until finely ground; pour the crumbs onto a small plate.
Break up 2 chocolate bars, and place in a bowl. And microwave for 30 seconds, stir, then microwave for about 30 seconds more, until melted.
Dip the top of your milkshake glasses into the melted chocolate, then into the crushed graham cracker crumbs; set aside.
Place the marshmallows on a foil lined baking sheet, and place under the broiler; broil until toasted. Watch them closely or they will burn, about 1-2 minutes, set aside.
Place ice cream, milk and any remaining melted chocolate in a blender, blend; top with 18 toasted marshmallows, blend until smooth.
Pour into glasses, top with remaining toasted marshmallows, and whole pieces of chocolate bars and graham crackers.