Trick or Treat S’mores to Drink

Trick or Treat S’mores to Drink

Halloween is a week away, are you looking for something fun and unique to do for your Halloween party this weekend? How about something that would make you feel like a kid again, a S’more Bar?

Let me be the first to tell you,  I know that S’mores are not exactly ground breaking news, but I will say they have really had a recent resurgence since my youthful days as a Girls Scout. Ahhhh, I can remember sitting around a camp fire, roasting marshmallows and telling ghost stories, how much fun we had.  So, why not try and recreate some of those memories at your Halloween gathering?

As the weather has finally cooled off here in Georgia, and the pesky bugs have all died off.  We are finding ourselves spending more time outside by the fireplace. This past weekend we had some family staying with us and we wanted to do something a little bit fun and different from our normal visit. So I threw together the makings of a basic Smore’s Bar from things I had stashed in my pantry and even created fun little cocktails too!

As I was making our cocktails I thought this would be a great idea for a Halloween party. Playing off the theme of a S’more’s “Bar”, I literally wanted to make a bar drink that taste like a S’more. I mean honestly, look how cute these shots turned out. I ringed the shot glass with crushed graham crackers and garnished the shooter with a mini Hershey bar and star shaped marshmallows . 

THE GROCERY LIST:

1 16oz Container of Half in Half

1 Bottle of Kailua 

1 Bottle of Bailey Irish Cream

Chocolate Syrup

4 full size Graham Crackers (crushed)

1 Large Hershey Bar

1 Bag Mini Marshmellow

 

Dip the shot glass rim in water then dredge into graham cracker crumbs. Squeeze in enough chocolate syrup to cover the bottom of the shot glass.  Layer in equal parts of Kailua, followed by Bailey’s and then top with a layer of Half n Half.  Float your marshmallow and Hershey Bar on top then Enjoy!

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129 Comments

  1. These look tasty, I can not wait to try and make them soon.

  2. This is perfect for our summer camping trip! I know I found this pin under fall drinks but your should rebrand for for a summer version too!

  3. Such a cute idea and the again your pictures sell the scene, great job!

  4. This looks super tasty and simple to make. I like the recipes like that, easy to do with a big pay off.

  5. These turned out so cute. Are they very strong or could I make them in a larger glass for sipping verses a shooter?

  6. I love how cute these look, so cute I wouldn’t want to drink them, but I would. Thanks for this great share I will be passing on to our campfire crew this weekend.

  7. These look great a prefect little campfire treat and the weather is getting better for a outdoor campfire too!

  8. I love s’mores they are one of my favorite desserts, I guess they remind me of happy childhood days. I will have to try this.

  9. I think we will try to do a kiddy night around the fire pit, these would be a great addition for the adults.

  10. This looks like a fun shooter for a fireside party. Great pictures and I love that fireplace.

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  12. These look delicious I had to check out the recipe to see how to make them.

  13. These are so cute and I bet they taste really good too! Great idea.

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  15. I really appreciate the tasty little treats you came up with for this post. To have a special little treat for adults only, is a wonderful to say thank you to you readers and friends.

  16. We would have to make a kid friendly one which would be chocolate milk with a Hershey bar and marshmallows. LOL

  17. These look very tasty, also I love your fireplace it is really beautiful especially with the wooded private yard.

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  19. Thank you so much for giving everyone a chance to read from this blog. It is packed with amazing stuff. This is such a pretty and impressive shot to serve to guests around a fire pit, keeping it classy of course.

  20. Hey Regina you can get about 20-25 out of a bottle depending on the size of you shot glass and how full you fill it up. You can also stretch it with the half half if you find yourself in a bind.

  21. I love this idea for sitting around the bonfire. The fact you took a childhood memory and turned it into a fun adult beverage is really brilliant. Also just wanted to say I love your fireplace. Goodness it is so pretty, I would spend my days and night right there.

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  23. The expertise shines through. Thanks for taking the time to answer our questions.

  24. I simply desired to say thanks we made these over the holidays and absolutely loved them. They were the hit of the season and my family was so impressed with the creativeness.

  25. My daughter in-law made these tasty treats for us over the holiday and I had to know where she got the recipe from, I am now signed up to follow and am becoming a big fan too.

  26. This is a exceptional great recipe and can be used anytime of year, you should change the name for SEO purposes to something more universal.

  27. Well I guess I don’t have to spend the weekend figuring out what to make I will try this one out!

  28. Yum the pictures alone have me drooling. I bet these are really tasty and perfect for entertaining guests.

  29. Do you know how many you can make from one bottle? I was thinking about doing these for a large party but I wanted to make sure I owl have enough to go around. I guess I could do a trial run before the party in February to get my answer, lol that would be fun.

  30. I made these over the holidays as a fun treat since we had Bailey’s in the house. We let the kiddos do Smore’s around the fire while all the mom’s dad’s had a few of these to stay warm.

  31. Been goggling drink ideas, love the idea and look of this one. Came out to your site and you have a ton of great drink ideas. Are you a bartender? If not you should be, lol

  32. Yes we will be trying this recipe out on our next camping adventure. Seem like something that we pack and will travel well, plus the kids can still have Smore’s just the parents will partake in this treat. Might make sleeping in the woods more enjoyable too ūüėČ

  33. I am not sure why you have this listed as a Trick or Treat, in my humble opinion it is all treat. Seriously tho this is a perfect shooter for around the fire anytime of the year. Great pictures too, they are so clear.

  34. This would make a great campfire drink, to worm you inside and out. Thanks for the share!

  35. These look to good to be shots, they look like mini desserts. Great pictures pinning for later.

  36. I think this looks like the perfect fireside drink, and I plan to do these when the carolers come through the town. I will just use plastic cups instead, thanks for the great idea.

  37. GURRRRLLL holla… on this tasty toddy. I tried these and everyone loved them last night, it was the hit of the party.

  38. I got to pin this one for later, they look so good, I got to try them.

  39. Pinning for later, since these look so good. I never remember drinks ideas until I have a party then I can never find them.

  40. I was searching for a season drink idea and the pictures of these drew me in, I had not idea it was s’more, it just looked good.

  41. Smore’s are one of my families favorite things, and some of our best memories. I love that you have created a drink with that flavor profile.

  42. This looks so good, and great presentation the mini chocolate bar and marshmallows really sell it.

  43. I must try this over the holidays, it sound delicious and looks adorable.

  44. I really like this idea as a campfire drink and I think it would really be good year round.

  45. I made these for our Thanksgiving guests we went through a entire bottle of Kuala in one night, those are very dangerous, but we had fun.

  46. I really love the flavor of Smore’s, this drink will be perfect for me. They look so cute too!

  47. We tried this over the holiday and they were delicious. Everyone loved them!

  48. I do not really do shooters, but my college aged kids do. Maybe I can make them some for the holiday and be a cool mom.

  49. Holy Cow this looks like a great idea I would want a large cup of this than a shot glass.

  50. These look incredibly tasty for the cooler weather days. Beautiful fireplace by the way!

  51. Of I love smores and this is perfect for adults while the kids make the real ones. ūüėČ

  52. I think I will make these for Thanksgiving for around the fire pit, such a great activity to include the entire family.

  53. I am going to the kids for the holiday, how cool would I be if I brought this treat to share.

  54. Wooop, Party by the fireplace. You must throw the best parties. What I would not give to be your neighbor.

  55. Looks like a good year round idea to me, forget just trick or treat LOL.

  56. I love that outdoor fireplace, and the drinks look pretty good too!

  57. I have a cousin that would love these. She is coming over for Thanksgiving so I will have to make them for her.

  58. Well don’t these look delicious, I will have to make them over the weekend of festivities.

  59. Another great idea night to do with the kiddos, of course we will keep the shooter for the adults only lol.

  60. Ok I can really see myself liking this drink, maybe just in a larger cup.

  61. Very pretty presentation on these drinks, I love a good presentation because the details are what things special.

  62. Yep these are going on the grocery list for next week, what a fun holiday idea. Plus I will already have marshmallow and and graham crackers for other Thanksgiving day treats, just add in chocolate.

  63. These will be perfect mourned the fire pit over the holidays. The kids can do Smore’s and a tray of these for the adults will be perfect!

  64. These look like awesome sauce!!!! Hey maybe that is what you should name them.

  65. Adult Night staple right here! I can imagine a few of these going back around the fire pit this season.

  66. I am always on the prowl for tasty and unique drink ideas since I entertain so often. This one is perfection, thank you!

  67. These look so good. Are they a warm drink or cold? It seems like they are could but I assume you could warm them up.

  68. Talk about some fun around the old firepit, these are great, gotta try um.

  69. I am making these this weekend for a girls get together. I think the ladies will really love it. Plus I can send them your way for you Holiday Home Tour!

  70. Now you are talking my language, I love a good shooter. Campfire down by the river and shooters that is the life.

  71. The presentation on these little drinks are perfect. That little Hershey square lures me in. Whether I drink or not.

  72. My kids areal about S’more’s right now, what a fun way to give the parents a little bit of fun too!

  73. This looks so good, I love S’mores! Such a fun adult version.

  74. Ok this looks so good for anytime of year, but the thought to trick or treat with them is a killer idea.

  75. Ok so a S’more if a self made campfire cookie. Traditional made by toasting a marshmallow over a campfire, then placing it between two graham crackers with a piece of chocolate. They are a camping tradition here in the US, which has gone main stream into other sectors of culinary treats.

  76. Saw this pin too on a fun store shooter. Such a great idea! It sounds tasty and seems simple with basic ingredient. Thanks!

  77. Such a cute drink idea for a party, so festive and nice presentation.

  78. What is a Smore? The drink looks nice, it is kind of small, but would make nightcap.

  79. I think we will do these for Thanksgiving by the fire pit. Still the perfect weather for it.

  80. Yum I just want that chocolate bar on top, the PMS has got me me like CHOCOLATE!

  81. Yummy to my tummy, I got pin this and try it out of the neighbors.

  82. This looks like campfire fun in a glass. Thanks of the recipe share.

  83. Did you actually give these away at Halloween? Obviously only to the adults, but such a cute idea. i know when I took my kids trick or treating years ago, I could used 2 or 3 of those.

  84. This drink looks like a prefect dessert of night cap. I am not a fan of marshmallows but the could be optional, the recipe looks almost like a White Russian or Mud slide.

  85. This is such a great idea for a cool weather shot. I am tried of all the Fireball recipes, it’s had it s day people, move on.

  86. Oh these look so good, and I am not 100% positive that you have to use them only for Halloween, you might want to re-name this post.

  87. I love smore’s and this is a perfect grown up treat. I see a girl’s night in my future!

  88. Smore’s are the best for fall and winter treats around the fireside. Now mom and dad can have a treat too ūüôā

  89. The garnish of the little Hershey bar and graham cracker crust is adorable. Perfect presentation. Gotta say anything would look good by that beautiful fireplace tho.

  90. These sound very good, like a little night cap in a cup, maybe they could be used instead of a mint on pillow. LOL

  91. This looks so warm and tasty, a perfect fall night by the fire.

  92. They look so good, I must try them. Also just gotta tell you that outdoor fireplace is pretty special too. I would spend all season out there.

  93. Oh my, that fireplace!! I love that you have an outdoor fireplace instead of a pit, it is just classier. Like rednecks verses royalty.

  94. Love Smore’s anything, this would even make a great holiday drink for Christmas Eve!!

  95. Oh this looks so good, a perfect campfire treat for the grown ups.

  96. Girl you had me at S’more! Love you fireplace, it’s so she-she

  97. I do like a good drink for around the campfire, I think the Mrs. will really like this one.

  98. Oh yum, I gotta try this one. I love me some S’mores!!!!!

  99. This doesn’t just have to be for trick or treat, it could be great for a movie night of camping, or BBQ in the fire pit. Some a great idea to put smore’s in glass for adults ūüėČ

  100. Now that is a great idea for shooters, not just Fireball and apple juice, I must try it soon.

  101. This drink recipe is ranking very high in the SEO for halloween drinks, although I agree with some of the other posters that it could be utilized year round. I hope the title does not stifle the post.

  102. Ok these look amazing, the pictures are so crisp and clear I feel like I can just reach out a grab it, and I wish I could.

  103. I wish I had seen this sooner, but I will do at a tail gate party this weekend.

  104. Now I wish I had seen this one sooner, I will pin it because we do lots of campfire gathering so I have a felling we might use it yet.

  105. I am making these tonight! Thanks for the recipe it is super easy.

  106. Wow this is a great idea too! You have the best site for loads of Halloween Ideas.

  107. These look so good! I must try them for my Halloween party this weekend. Take care my friend don’t let the spooks get ya!

  108. All joking aside! This is a really great idea. Thanks for the fun home tour!

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