S’moretini Cocktail Recipe

Sometimes adults just want to have fun and what better way to recreate childhood than with this S’moretini Cocktail Recipe!

S'moretini Cocktail Recipe Cocktail Recipe with a Toasted Marshmallow

When I first considered including a cocktail every Friday for a series I had no idea what to expect but it’s become a tradition and one I love. Some days are more difficult to bring that drink to fruition and today was one of those days but having this S’moretini Cocktail recipe at the end of it? Priceless.

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Schedules and timelines coincided and I was without a new drink to share. So I’m punting because this one is SO much fun and since it was only the 2nd cocktail of a series that will soon have it’s own blog (YES!) I thought many might have missed it.

As summer winds down (which I just have to accept), this is a great little cocktail that speaks of all things summer. Campfires, toasty marshmallows and certainly a sweety, frothy adult beverage. Try this S’moretini with your friends and tell me you don’t start singing Kumbaya!

I also love having a S’moretini Cocktail in front of the fire on a cozy winter evening…that’s like being outside around a fire right?

S'moretini Cocktail Recipe Served in a Martini Glass with Graham Cracker and Chocolate Rim

Say S’mores and I most often think Girl Scout camp. I’ve mentioned I’m from a big family; as the oldest daughter I always had a lot of responsibility so getting away was especially exciting for me. Going to my Grandma’s for a weekend was huge but going to Girl Scout camp for a whole week? Heaven.

So this drink evokes all of the special memories of friends, staying up late, sneaking to meet a boy from the neighboring Boy Scout camp and yes…my first kiss. In the annals of history it may not go down as something especially romantic but even if only a peck on the cheek, he was cute enough to keep the memory cherished for all of these years.

This cocktail might just start some new memories so whether it’s old, new or yet to come? Cheers to them all!

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S'Moretini Cocktail Served with Toasted Marshmallow

S'Moretini Cocktail Served with Toasted Marshmallow

S'moretini Cocktail Recipe

Creative Culinary
A wonderful cocktail reminiscent of campfires and childhood memories!
4 from 50 or more votes
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 Cocktails


  • 2 jiggers vodka
  • 2 jiggers Chocolate Liqueur
  • 2-4 jiggers half and half depends on how strong you want them to be!
  • ¼ cup marshmallow creme
  • ¼ cup milk chocolate chips
  • 2 graham crackers crushed


  • Melt marshmallow creme and chocolate chips in a shallow bowl for 1 minute on half power in microwave bowl or over warm water.
  • Roll outside of glass rim in marshmallow/chocolate chip mixture and then dip into crushed graham crackers. Put in refrigerator to cool.
  • Fill cocktail shaker or pitcher with 2 cups of ice.
  • Pour vodka, chocolate liqueur and half and half over ice. Shake well. Pour into cooled, rimmed glass.
  • Spear marshmallows with toothpicks or long skewer; toast marshmallows over flame and garnish cocktail.


Nutrition Facts
S'moretini Cocktail Recipe
Serving Size
1 grams
Amount per Serving
% Daily Value*
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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  1. Barb, so nice to meet you today @ block party. Looked u up when i got home. Really love your site. Hope to try some of your recipes this fall. See u in a few weeks. Carole

    1. Great to meet you too Carole and other new to me neighbors. Looking forward to a girls nite; hopefully the first of many! Barb

  2. This is just as wonderful the second time around! Glad to hear that the cocktail blog is still in the works and looking forward to the official launch. Have a great weekend Barb.
    P.S. Don’t think I was on Pinterest when this was first post so it’s a Pin for me 🙂

  3. I have a specialty martini we call butterscotch truffle…..equal parts , I use 1/3 cup each, of vodka, butterscotch schnapps, and dark creme de cocao. …put in shaker with ice…shake it really well…pour into Martini glass end enjoy…..

  4. Fun Fact: they now sell Marshmallow flavored vodka (both Pinnacle and Smirnoff have their own version), try mixing that with the Chocolate Liquer and Half and Half, it may offer a more authentic taste!

    1. I do know that but I would probably infuse a bit of vodka with some marshmallows first. I can’t see myself using marshmallow vodka for much else!

    1. Taylor…is that really you? I just told people on Twitter today that none of my family and friends ever comment on my blog. I’m OK that you made a liar out of me. Thanks so much…and you are actually close enough I could actually make one for you! Forget coffee…let’s drink!

    1. Yes, me too. Has the same warmth but in a different, more adult way. Definitely thought a girly drink but my neighbor’s hubs loved it…guess we all have a soft spot for s’mores.

    1. That’s exactly what we did Brian…something to sip after dinner. Funny thing is…I most often crave the ‘other’ s’mores about this time of year. When I’ve got a fire in the fire pit but it’s still nice enough to sit outside with a jacket on and make them.

    1. Bet I could but thinking next week I have to make a more ‘serious’ drink. Serious like in champagne and liqueur serious. 🙂

  5. Barb, this is really genius! All those great childhood flavours in a cocktail form. Really good. And I bet it tastes even better than it sounds. As for your daughter, the day will come. They always come around.

    1. One can only hope Mike. You know it is good…not unlike a White Russian but with the chocolate/marshmallow/graham addition…yeah, it’s s’moresish for sure!

    1. I thought so…so I celebrated her birthday. Which is most appropriate after all…I’m the one who remembers it. 🙂

    1. Thanks Katherine. It is S’more; the Adult version. Not the X-Rated version though…a bit too sweet for that rating!

  6. I think everyone remembers their first S’More and it ususally does seem to be associated with scout camp and some adventure. An iconic American concoction for sure. Never would think to see it in a drink! Love the chocolate rimming of the glass with the crumbs too. Brilliant!

    With the seasonal change to fall I’ve added a Pomegranate Martini recipe. Cheers!

    1. I guess I should have called it a peck huh? But the sneaking out, the cuteness factor…all of them contributed to it being more than just that. Ahh…memories.

  7. Hoping your daughter had a nice birthday celebration. If she knew a few of these were waiting for here she would have beaten a path to your door immediately! This martini looks like something I’d really enjoy and your photographs of it are wonderful. Cheers to a lovely weekend Barb.

  8. A few years ago, I was given a recipe for home made ‘Cointreau’ — it was SO good (and so potent we could barely stand up after sampling).
    In a large glass jar with a wide mouth and a lid – pour in an entire bottle of a good vodka. (Pure 100-proof alcohol will work very well also). Take a large, good orange (Seville, navel) – wash it and put a strong piece of string through the middle of it. Suspend the orange across the top of the jar’s mouth – taping the string down on each side – the orange should not touch the alcohol in the jar. Put the lid on tightly and leave the jar in a cool spot with the orange suspended, for one month. Do not open.
    At the end of one month: Prepare your own simple syrup, remove the orange from the jar and stir in the syrup until well mixed.
    Serve over ice and sip slowly!
    If you are feeling VERY daring, (sit down first) and eat the orange!
    This orange liqueur tastes best when chilled.

    1. This sounds easy enough and I just happen to have a bottle of vodka and a big old orange. Now to find that jar!

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