This boozy s'mores milkshake is everything! Blended with your favorite rich chocolate ice cream and roasted marshmallows for the ultimate campfire flavor. You won't want to drink anything else.
I've been silent the past few days and I am so sorry about that - kind of. My daughter's birthday was this Monday and I spent from Friday to Monday morning baking her cake and desserts. It almost turned out perfect - just one aesthetic mistake that I didn't really like. The cake is unlike anything I've ever made for the blog and I hope you enjoy it when I get a chance to share!
To tide you over, I decided it was time for me to share my boozy s'mores milkshake recipe. I actually came up with the idea for this milkshake when I was researching cakes to make for my best friend's birthday. We decided to make one big cake, plus a few mini cakes for everyone to taste and they will all be boozy. I found this campfire cupcake from Prohibition Bakery and thought it would also make a great drink to serve at the party.
The original cupcake this boozy s'mores milkshake is based off uses a peated Scotch because it has an incredibly smoky flavor to it. Unfortunately, peated Scotch usually costs a ton of money. The cheapest ones I could find were $60. After talking to a few Scotch connoisseurs, a single malt from the Highlands will still have enough smokiness to satisfy that flavor here in the milkshake. To emphasize it and add to the creamy over the top deliciousness, I added roasted marshmallows into the milkshake.
So I think it goes without saying... this boozy s'mores milkshake is definitely going to be served at the party!
- 1 pint chocolate ice cream
- ½ cup milk
- ⅓ cup single malt Scotch (preferably peated or from the Highlands)
- 6 roasted marshmallows
- 2 teaspoons caramel
- 3 tablespoons crushed graham crackers
- Whipped cream
- Add the ice cream, milk, scotch, and four roasted marshmallows in a blender and lightly blend until smooth.
- Lightly rub the caramel on the lip of your glasses. Place the graham cracker crumbs on a plate and press the caramel coated glass into the crumbs so they stick to the caramel.
- Fill the glasses with the milkshake. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle the remaining graham cracker crumbs on top, then garnish with a roasted marshmallow.