Monday, July 2, 2012

S'more Milkshakes

I love Food Network. Like, a ridiculous amount. I end up buying the magazine every month, so I should really just get a subscription... Yeah, eventually ;)
One of my favorite things about the magazine is the little booklets of 50 recipes for one type of thing, like Christmas cookies or tacos. This month's booklet was for milkshakes - we knew there would be some happening in our house!
These were the first ones we decide to try, and they were amazing. The broiled marshmallows add a delicious flavor and texture, and I would like it even with more graham crackers: they were just crumbled on top, but could have been inside too. Overall, a great quick dessert that will be made again with friends!
(I apologize for the dark iPhone pictures: I am away and didn't bring my good camera!) Enjoy! <3
S'more Milkshakes
(from Food Network Magazine)

8 marshmallows
1/4 cup milk
1 pint chocolate ice cream
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon salt
A few graham crackers

Broil marshmallows for a couple of minutes, flipping until evenly browned.
Blend together the milk, ice cream, vanilla, salt, and 6 of the marshmallows until creamy and well mixed.
Pour into glasses and top with each with a broiled marshmallow and graham cracker crumbs.
-makes 2 milkshakes


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