It's only fitting that a dessert you can't seem to get enough of in any form is called a s'more (short for some more?). I mean, we at Celebrations are certainly craving some more of this chocolatey, ooey gooey treat at all hours of the day. That probably explains why we've pretty much tried to make a s'more into everything - from our s'mores whoopie pies to delicious s'mores cookies.
And now, we've decided it's time for a liquified version of this summer treat that both adults and kids can enjoy!
Serve this drink cold for a hot summer day or warm if you're in the mood for s'mores in the middle of December. The only thing we're missing is the bonfire - and now that we think about it, those super messy and usually overburnt marshmallows are so overrated.
Sipping a mocktail version of this campground favorite will give guests the feeling of sitting around a cozy campfire. Enjoy a s'more beverage with your kids on Christmas Eve as easily as you would on Fourth of July. If you have a fireplace, invite the family to gather round the flames and share ghost stories just as they would while making the classic s'mores on a stick.
Stick to this recipe for a family friendly treat, or make it a little more fun for the adults by adding some caffeine and booze to the mix. For a caffiene mix, feel free to brew a cup of your favorite cup o' joe with milk instead of pure milk with syrup. But if you are looking for that alcohol buzz instead of a caffeine fix, spike your s'mores mocktail with a swig of Bailey's. You can even combine the two for a coffee-baileys-s'mores extravaganza!
5 ounces milk
1 tablespoon chocolate syrup
1 - 2 tablespoons Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Creme
1 graham cracker
1 chocolate bar piece
Add milk into a mug or glass. Stir in Hershey's syrup until combined.
Spoon marshmallow creme on top of the cocktail. Wait for a couple of minutes and the cream will settle forming a smooth topping.
If adding coffee or liquor to the mix, do so now and stir. Then, insert the graham cracker and chocolate bar piece into the creme topping as a garnish and serve.