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Campfire Treat: S'More Shooters in Edible Frozen Chocolate Shot Glasses

When you get a classic that everyone loves like s’mores, you can’t help but want to recreate that taste in as many forms as possible.

Trail mix, cakes, and cookies are all popular, but for a real crowd pleaser, offer up a drinkable s’more that will have your guests talking about it for summers to come.


S'More Shooters: Boozy Campfire Treat


I have a set of moldable shot glasses that I fill with everything from juice, ice cream, water or even chocolate pudding and use them as edible shot glasses in the summer. Children love them because they are a fun twist on an ice pop, and adults love them because they are not your normal shot glass. Most major home stores stock them, but if you can’t find a set, using a small disposable cup with a second, smaller cup inserted will offer the same fun experience.

These drinkable s’mores are so fun, and you can be as simple or creative as you like. I opted for simple, but you can go bold by adding marshmallows and crackers to your frozen blend, or even going that extra step and putting them on a stick for easier handling. The recipe below is for an adult s’more shot; turn it into a mocktail by swapping out the vodka for cream soda.


S'More Shooters: Boozy Campfire Treat

S'More Shooters: Boozy Bonfire Treat


  • 1 package of instant chocolate pudding
  • 1 silicone ice shot glass mold (like this Freshware one found on amazon.com)
  • Milk as directed by the pudding instructions
  • Small marshmallows, toasted
  • Crushed graham crackers
  • 1 ounce of marshmallow vodka per shot glass

Make the instant chocolate pudding as directed on the package, and then pour it into the molds. If you are getting creative by adding crackers or marshmallows, add them half way through the setting process to ensure that they do not shift while freezing. Set molds in freezer until completely frozen.

Once frozen, add a splash of milk to small plate, and crushed graham crackers to a second plate. Dip the shot glass into the milk to wet the rim, and then dip the shot glass in the crumbs to line the rim. Return to the freezer to set until you are ready to serve.

Before serving, add your vodka and a few roasted marshmallows to a small party stick.

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