Hazelnut S’Mores Martini Cocktail Recipe
Hazelnut S’Mores Martini Cocktail is a very grown-up take on the classic s’mores of childhood. Make a batch of these for your next bonfire.
These are always a hit, you may want to make a pitcher or two if you are making these for a party or girls night.
If you aren’t toasting marshmallows over a fire you can use a brûlée torch or a long handle lighter to toast your marshmallows.
S’Mores Martini Variations:
Irish S’mores – swap Frangelico with Bailey’s
Raspberry Sm’ores – swap Frangelico with Chambord
Almond Joy S’mores – swap Frangelico with Amaretto and reduce chocolate liqueur to 3/4 of an oz and add 3/4 oz of coconut rum or vodka.
Hazelnut S'mores Martini
All the awesome goodness of everyone's favorite campfire treat in a martini. Make a pitcher or 2 of these for the adults at the next campfire - everyone will thank you. These also make a fun dessert martini for girls'night of book club.
You can change the number of servings and the recipe will recalculate the ingredient portions.
- 1.5 oz Marshmallow vodka
- 1.5 oz chocolate liqueur
- 1 oz Frangelico liqueur
- 1/2 oz heavy cream
- 1 t Chocolate syrup
- 2 t graham crackers crushed
- 1 large marshmallow toasted
- 1 short wooded skewer
Dip the rim of a martini glass into chocolate syrup, then into the crushed graham crackers. Chill glass in freezer until ready to use.
Thread the marshmallow(s) onto the wooden skewer(s) then toast with a brûlée torch or lighter (or over a campfire)
Pour all the liquid ingredients into a shaker with ice, and shake until mixed well.
Pour mix from shaker into glass and sprinkle with a pinch of graham cracker crumbs. Garnish with the marshmallow straw and serve.
If you can't find marshmallow vodka, you might try infusing your own I found this recipe at MixthatDrink.com.
Full Disclosure: I haven't this but thought it might be interesting to try. Let me know if you try it.
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