S’More Milkshakes

S'more Milkshakes #recipe

Holy hotness, New York City.

It’s a summer of triple digit temperatures, when few foods sound appetizing thanks to the fact that you could cook them on the city’s sidewalks. The only solution? A no-cook culinary repertoire loaded with freezing favorites, like this campfire classic turned chilled treat. It’s chocolate meets toasted mallow with a graham cracker crunch, and it’s a celebration of the gooey glory of summer without burners or a bonfire.

Blend up a batch of S’more Shakes and get ready for my upcoming arsenal of no-cook favorites.

S'More Shak Milkshakes

Yield: 2 shakes

Prep Time: 5 min

Ingredients:

1 cup chocolate ice cream
1/2 cup whole milk
3 Tablespoons marshmallow fluff
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Marshmallows, for garnish
Crushed graham crackers, for garnish

Directions:

Combine the chocolate ice cream, milk, marshmallow fluff and vanilla extract in a blender or milkshake machine. Blend until smooth.

Pour into glasses and top with marshmallows. Torch the marshmallows with a kitchen torch until they begin to brown. Garnish with crushed graham crackers and serve immediately.

 

Comments

  1. 4
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    says

    Wow perfect for the summer!!!
    I love that it’s so creamy with ice cream and light cream.
    I’ll try this too tomorrow. Today, i’ll buy the ingredients. Seriously!
    I would love to post this at Foodista so readers can visit your post. But you have to add the foodista widget to the end of this post so it will appear in the Foodista pages and it’s all set, Thanks!

  2. 7
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    says

    Love this! Looks delicious. Will definitely have to try! We don’t keep ice cream long in this house as it gets eaten way too quickly, so I don’t even buy it often!! But I think this recipe is a must try!

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