Boozy S’mores Milkshakes

Today is National S’mores Day!!!! Hip Hip Hooray!

Boozy S'mores Milkshake

We made these milkshakes recently and they were such a fun treat. A fun boozy treat. You can simply omit the booze but my gosh, so good.

We slurped up our milkshakes for dinner one night after a long day of being super busy around the house on a hot day. A milkshake for dinner certainly makes up for mowing the lawn, all that laundry, food shopping, and other endless errands and various tasks around the house that never seem to end.

I’m in my 30’s I’ll have a milkshake for dinner if I want to! I think you have to ‘live it up’ once in a while and this boozy milkshake is a fun option.

Be sure to skip the chocolate liqueur if you are making these for kids. An extra shot of chocolate sauce will help intensify the chocolate flavor.

The milkshake has a wonderful rich flavor from the chocolate ice cream and the chocolate graham crackers. It reminds me of cookies and cream. So yummy! And I love the thick consistency too!

The marshmallows that polka dot the glass are just so super fun too! But I won’t judge if you skip the decoration and just pour this sucker in a glass to enjoy quickly. I won’t even judge if you just put a straw directly in the blender. 🙂

Celebrate National S’mores Day with a fun, sip-able s’mores treat.

I won’t tell if you won’t tell that you have this for dinner. You deserve it!

Boozy S’mores Milkshakes

Makes 2 Big Milkshakes


  • 20 mini marshmallows
  • 1 Pint of chocolate ice cream
  • 4 shots dark chocolate liqueur
  • 1 1/2 – 2 Cups milk
  • 4 chocolate graham crackers
  • Whipped Cream
  • marshmallow bits
  • 1/2 chocolate graham cracker, broken into 2 pieces
  • 1/2 of a Hershey’s chocolate bar, broken into 2


  1. Cut the mini marshmallows in half. Decorate 2 glasses buy sticking the tacky cut side on the inside surface of the glasses.
  2. Combine the ice cream, chocolate liqueur, and 1 1/2 Cup milk in a blender. Blend until smooth.
  3. Add in the graham crackers; blend again. Add milk if needed to reach desired consistency.
  4. Carefully pour into the glasses to not disturb the marshmallows.
  5. Top with whipped cream, marshmallow bits, graham cracker, and chocolate.

Thirsty Thursday: S’mores Milkshake

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So there is an ice cream truck that has been taunting me every night since it drives right down our block. It alternates between playing “pop goes the weasel” and “la cucaracha”. We live in a Hispanic area so the later song selection makes sense.

Anyway, I’ve been good about resisting running outside with a handful of ones to get an eclair popsicle, my favorite. One super hot day I will break down and flag him down for a sweet treat.

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I’ve done well with resisting the jingle as it breezes around our neighborhood but not so well with resisting checking out a million and a half ice cream, popsicle, and milkshake recipes.

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Oh man, maybe it’s was last weekends heat wave that got me so interested in all things frozen but I can’t stop thinking about enjoying a something chilly while sitting on our front steps as the sun sinks down.

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Since it’s the start of summer Amanda and I are so ready for some slurp-able milkshakes. We each dove right into cartons of chocolate ice cream and made some awesome milkshakes for our loved ones. Pricer loved the S’mores Milkshake that I made and Amanda’s boys enjoyed rich Chocolate Malted Milkshakes. My dad would seriously love those Chocolate Malted Milkshakes. He loves malted milkballs. 🙂

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The rest of this month’s Thirsty Thursday’s recipes are all centered around the great milkshake so stay tuned for some delicious, ice cream creations.

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S’mores Milkshake

Makes 2 milkshakes


  • 2 cups of chocolate ice cream
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • 1/2 cup marshmallow Fluff
  • 1/2 cup graham cracker crumbs
  • Garnish: a graham cracker, a spoonful pf Fluff, and some chocolate syrup for each


  1. Combine the Fluff, graham cracker crumbs, ice cream, and milk (that order is suggested) in a blender. Blend until well combined. 
  2. Divide among 2 glasses and garnish, optional.


If you love s’mores as much as I go then you should check out all these recipes from our blogs as well: