Toasted Marshmallow Milkshakes

Guys, I’m okay! I got my wisdom teeth out yesterday, but thanks to the miracle of modern medicine, I don’t remember a thing. And, according to my boyfriend, I can still crack a joke or two while high as a kite. Nice to know.

I’m in a fair amount of pain, but it’s not intolerable, and I’ve been able to keep food down today. Yippee! And no bruising or much swelling yet. It must be genetic – my little sister had almost no side effects after she got hers removed either.

The night before my surgery, I was all stressed and annoyed about life, trying to motivate myself to get through some readings and essay outlines. And the best way I could think of was to make these gorgeous toasted marshmallow milkshakes, as seen on Cupcakes and Cashmere, Joy the Baker, and While I was at the store, I picked up vanilla ice cream and jumbo jet-puffed marshmallows, and after I finished my work for the day I made myself a little treat. It’s super easy, you can do it too!

I relied on Joy’s recipe primarily, although they’re all pretty similar. This recipe makes one decent-sized shake.

First thing’s first, toast 6-7 marshmallows either over the open flame of your gas stove (yay!) or under the broiler.

Ooh, ahh.

Do this several times until you have a big collection of deliciously gooey, charred marshmallows.

Don’t worry too much if they’re burny. That’s what makes the milkshake take on such a delicious s’mores taste!

Into the blender, throw 3 big scoops of vanilla ice cream, about 1/2 cup milk, and a dash of vanilla extract.

And the marshmallows, of course!!

If your blender is as finicky as mine, you may want to chop the marshmallows up pretty small before blending – they’re quite sticky and my poor blender had a hard time mixing them!

Reserve one of the pretty marshmallows for the top of the shake – it’s yummy to eat when soaked in milkshake.

And there you have it! Trust me, they’re as delicious as they sound – full of tiny bits of chewy marshmallow, a nice smooth texture, and a coldness which just might be the perfect thing for a post-wisdom teeth surgery patient!

Yum, yum.



2 thoughts on “Toasted Marshmallow Milkshakes”

  1. Happened to stumble across your site while doing an image search and then saw THIS! I usually make spiked milkshakes for the family every Christmas Day for dinner (at 2pm) and THIS…this is awesome. Can’t believe I never thought of it before, but you’d better believe I am TOTALLY using it this year.

    So just a quick “thanks for posting!” Happy holidays!

    1. You’re very welcome! Hope you like them! :) They’re delicious. Hope your family loves them. I am definitely going to try spiking them next time! ;)

      Happy Holidays!

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