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
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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