Guest post by Alison of Ingredients Inc.
S’mores actually got its name from the phrase “some more”. This recipe for S’mores Milkshakes is as easy as can be, and you will definitely want more. Combine the classic s’more ingredients of chocolate ice cream, mixed with chocolate milk and top with roasted (or broiled) mini marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate. Feel free to lighten this recipe using low-fat frozen chocolate yogurt and low-fat chocolate milk or even chocolate soy milk. You may also substitute regular-size marshmallows for mini ones. Enjoy this cool treat in the heart of summertime where eating (and drinking) s’mores are so fun.
S’mores Milkshakes Recipe:
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 11/2 minutes
8 cups chocolate ice cream
2 cups chocolate milk
2 cups mini marshmallows
4 tablespoons graham cracker crumbs
4 tablespoons mini chocolate chips
Garnish: Chocolate bar squares
1. Preheat oven to broil.
2. Combine ice cream and chocolate milk in container of a blender; set aside.
3. Place marshmallows on a lightly greased aluminum-lined baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Broil 1 1/2 minutes or until lightly browned on top and roasted.
4. Blend ice cream mixture 30 seconds or until combined. Pour evenly into 4 individual glasses. Top each glass with 1 tablespoon graham crackers crumbs, marshmallows, 1 tablespoon chocolate chips and garnish with chocolate bar, if desired.
Serve immediately. Makes 4 servings
Alison Lewis is a nationally known Recipe Developer, Television Spokesperson, Food Educator, Nutritionist and President and Owner of Ingredients, Inc., a Food Consulting company in Birmingham, Alabama. She is known for creating healthy family-friendly recipes that are easy to prepare, and she offers great entertaining ideas on her blog: www.ingredientsinc.net. She is the author of upcoming cookbook “400 Best Sandwich Recipes” due spring 2011.
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wow this looks amazing! I just made a s’more cookie bar for my blog myself…cant go wrong with s’mores! :)
Now this is the perfect vehicle for s’mores when we don’t have time to go up the canyon – a milkshake! Great concept and I’m sure it will be a hit this summer!
That just looks absolutely delish! I’m sure it would be a hit with my s’mores loving boys! Thanks for sharing.
I love that hunk of chocolate sticking right out! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us, Alison!
I love smores and having it all blended up into this creamy frothy drink is almost more than I can handle!!!! Yum!
OH man, that looks incredible! My son is bouncing off the walls just looking at it with me! Thanks!
oh my… that looks GOOOD!
Oh my – yum!!
Thanks so much for allowing me to be a guest on your site! Hope everyone enjoys this recipe! Best, Alison