S’mores Shake Recipe

The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!

This S’mores Shake Recipe is the result of a couple of serious obsessions found in our home.  I have a serious s’mores fetish.  SERIOUS, people!  If it says “s’mores” in the title I will Pin it.  No joke.  Just ask my sister.  She is almost as bad as I am!

My husband is a foodie.  He loves to cook and experiment, although he rarely has time since he’s an exhausted and overworked medical resident.  But milkshakes are not time consuming or preparation-intensive, so ever since my dad got one of the amazing Vitamix blenders my husband has developed a milkshake fetish akin to my s’more fetish.

And then we decided to combine our passions, and thus it was born: the S’mores Shake.  It’s easy and simply divine.  Want to make one for yourself?  Here ya go!

Ingredient List:

*  Large Marshmallows
*  Milk (whole is richest, but any will do)
*  Vanilla Ice Cream (high quality stuff will give you the best results — we love Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla)
*  Chocolate Sauce (for drizzling)
*  Graham Crackers (for crumbling)

This delicious milkshake is essentially a roasted marshmallow shake with s’mores trimmings.  We use a Vitamix mixer, which is quite large, so you may have to shrink this recipe down some for your own mixer.

Begin by prepping the marshmallows.  Did you know that you can toast them in the oven?  You can!  I think that discovery may have a very bad effect on my waistline….

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and set your oven to broil.  Move your oven shelf to the top setting so that your marshmallows can broil properly.  Line about 20-25 large marshmallows up on the parchment paper and put them in the oven to broil.  LEAVE THE OVEN DOOR CRACKED AND WATCH THEM!  It only takes about 30 seconds.
The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!
Take them out and let them cool for a bit.  Then flip them over and toast the other side using the same technique.
The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!
Time to get blending!  Don’t forget: we used a large blender, so you may want to reduce these amounts!

Pour about 1 1/2 cups of milk into your blender, and then fill your blender with vanilla ice cream.  We used about a quart of ice cream.  Blend well.
The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!

Time to add your marshmallows!  *Reserve a marshmallow for the top of each shake that you are making!  It’s the perfect garnish!*  Blend very well.

My husband thought I was nuts when I said that we should add all twenty, but I was right.  It was marshmallow rich and oh-so-divine.  You may want to only add a portion of them since this is the part that seemed thicker and slower to blend.  20 marshmallows is a lot of stickiness for a blender to take, even a Vitamix!  Luckily, the Vitamix has a handy feature where you can use a stick-thingy (yes, that is the official name for it…) to push down the items in the blender to help them blend, as demonstrated below by my handsome hubby.
The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!

Done blending!  Time to garnish!  Crumble graham crackers and either layer them into your shake or sprinkle on top.  Do the same with drizzles of chocolate sauce.  We used a hot fudge sauce.  Top with your toasted marshmallow and you are done! The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!

Now eat up!  YUMMMM…..  You won’t be sorry that you tried this!

The most delicious S'mores Milkshake recipe from Craft Quickies!

What is your food obsession?  Are you a fellow s’mores or milkshake lover?  What makes you Pin like mad?

For more s’mores recipe inspiration see the S’mores Saturdays Series on my blog or my S’mores Recipes board on Pinterest!  I have problems.  Yummy, yummy problems.
Smores Saturday on Craft Quickies

This s'mores milkshake from Craft Quickies looks amazing!!  The perfect summer treat!

Oh my word!  I had no idea you could toast marshmallows in the OVEN!  No fire pit needed!  S'mores....here I come!

 

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Sarah Westover McKenna
Sarah is the scattered creative mind behind Bombshell Bling. A former elementary school teacher and a current stay-at-home mom, she loves developing her creativity through her blog and her jewelry design business, Bombshell Bling Jewelry. Sarah is a lover of all things vintage, colorful, and BLING. She is also a sweets addict with a major obsession with s'mores.
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  1. Tiffany Merritt says

    Looks so yummy! Wanted to let you know that I’m doing a round up of recipes that I can’t wait to try in the near future, and I’d like to include this one. I will be listing the name of your recipe, linked back to your site, as well as your site name. A photo will be in a collage format only, so that your picture cannot be “swiped” from my site. And there will be no information about the ingredients or recipe steps so that readers must come visit you if they want to know how to make it! This will go live on the 13th; please do let me know if you don’t want me to link to you for some reason. I hope it brings you a lot of traffic!

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