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Thursday, July 11, 2013

thirsty thursday - s'mores two ways

S'mores are one of those treats that instantly bring you back to your childhood. It doesn't get much better then sitting around a fire on a summers evening roasting marshmallows with friends. The simple joy of getting your marshmallow perfectly crisp without falling into the fire and creating the perfect bite as you sandwhich the melty goodness between two graham crackers {with lots of chocolate of course}. Since we dont have a fire pit out on Shelter Island I decided to make a much neater version of this famous dessert for my nieces while they watched a movie. It was the perfect blend of all the classic s'mores flavors with less of a mess. Since it was a hit  I decided to share that recipe along with a cocktail version {obviously}. Hope you enjoy!

{towel // bowl}

2 cups Kettle Corn 
1 cup Cocoa Puffs
1 cup Cinnamon Toast Crunch 
1 cup mini marshmallows

{tip - cinnamon cheerios & chocolate cheerios can be substituted for a less sugary cereal}

1 ounce vanilla vodka
1 ounce chocolate liquor {I used Godiva}
2 ounces heavy cream
1 graham cracker crushed for rimming of glass {I crushed in food processor}
4 mini marshmallows roasted for garnish {I roasted with mini torch}
2 ounces chocolate syrup for rimming glass {adheres the graham cracker crust}

{tip - dont want to commit to a full bottle of flavored vodka, buy the nips for tasting}

Still prefer the old fashioned s'mores treats??? Check out all the adorable ways you can package up this nostalgic dessert. The individual packaging makes this perfect for entertaining at home to make your guests feel special or makes a fabulous favor for a party!

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