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Roasted Marshmallow S’mores Shots

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Roasted Marshmallow S’mores Shots
  • Prep Time 30 min
  • Total Time 3 hr 0 min
  • Servings 16
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Roasted Marshmallow S’mores Shots

Toasty marshmallow, creamy chocolate, and crunchy graham crackers – your favorite s’mores flavors in jelly shot form!

Ingredients

16
jumbo marshmallows
1/2
cup milk (can substitute almond or coconut milk)
1
envelope of unflavored gelatin
1/2
cup Godiva chocolate liqueur
16
graham cracker squares and/or 16 Golden Graham cereal pieces

Directions

  • 1 Using a strawberry huller or simply your fingers, hollow out a "well' in each marshmallow, taking care not to tear holes in the bottom or sides.
  • 2 Pour milk into a small saucepan and sprinkle with unflavored gelatin. Allow it to sit ("bloom") for a couple minutes. Heat on medium-low, stirring constantly until gelatin dissolves, taking care not to scorch the milk.
  • 3 Combine with chocolate liqueur and cool slightly.
  • 4 Pour into prepared marshmallows and place in refrigerator. Allow 2-3 hours to fully set.
  • 5 When ready to serve, use a kitchen torch or gas stove to lightly "toast" the rims of marshmallows. Place atop graham cracker squares or garnish with Golden Grahams cereal (or both!)
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A toasty roasted marshmallow s'mores jelly shot you can down in one bite!

As prepared by E is for Eat,

Chocolatey s'mores jelly shots poured into a whole jumbo marshmallow make for a perfect party treat. 

I don’t know about you, but I am in complete and utter denial that summer is winding to a close. I refuse to accept it, and therefore present to you these delightful jelly shots that have summer written all over them. 

Toasted marshmallows, creamy chocolate, and crunchy graham crackers. All ingredients for the perfect s’more, and therefore ingredients for the perfect s’mores jelly shot.

Just like with the Strawberry Daiquiri Shots, these ones are awesome because the entire thing is edible. Just pop the entire marshmallow in your mouth. No plastic cups to contend with, no cleanup, just delicious jelly shots in your belly.

 

Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Shots

First, you’ll need some marshmallows. For optimal booze-holding capabilities, I recommend going for the jumbo size.

 

Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Shots

I used my strawberry huller to hollow these out, but your fingers will work too. Just be sure to coat them in non-stick cooking spray and add more as needed. No matter what you do, your fingers will be an ooey-gooey-marshmallowy mess when you’re finished, but this little trick will cut down on the mess.

 

Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Shots

Now your marshmallows are all ready for the delicious jelly shot!

 

Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Shots

Next, make your gelatin. Pour a half-cup of milk into a small saucepan. I went with almond milk because that’s what I had, but you could use coconut milk or even regular milk if you like. Sprinkle with one envelope of unflavored gelatin and allow it to sit for a minute or two. Then warm on medium-low, stirring constantly until the gelatin dissolves and taking care not to scorch the milk.

Pour your gelatin mixture into a measuring cup that has 1/2 cup of the most amazing booze I've ever laid taste buds on: Godiva Chocolate Liqueur. It’s like boozy chocolate milk and I love it.

 

Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Shots

Lightly coat a plate with cooking spray and place the marshmallows on it. (This will help them from sticking too much later). Carefully pour your mixture into the marshmallows, taking care not to overflow them. Some will leak anyway; try not to get too upset about it. If you have any extra, go back through and top them off, as some of the liquid will settle into the marshmallows. Now, place them in the fridge and let them sit for a couple hours until set.

 

Roasted Marshmallow S'mores Shots

When you’re ready to serve take a kitchen torch or, carefully using a gas stove, lightly toast the edges of the marshmallows. Set on a square of graham cracker for serving and/or top with a Golden Graham cereal. So cute! 


Enjoy your boozy s’mores and soak up that last bit of summer!!

Jaymee Sire is an Emmy award-winning sports anchor by day and food blogger by night. (Or sometimes vice-versa depending on the sports schedule.) You can check out more of Jaymee’s delicious creations on her alphabet-themed food blog, e is for eat.

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Tips  

Coat your fingers and tools with non-stick cooking spray to make it easier to hollow out the marshmallows.

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