Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake


         Ok ladies, it's time to get the dust off of the blender. Grab the keys to the car and go
         to the market.....All you need to buy are 3 ingredients and you will have the best
         shake experience, ever!!!! Ha.

                                                 Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake

      1 bag of large marshmallows
      2 cups of milk
      2 cups vanilla ice cream

     Line a large cookie sheet with tin foil. Place marshmallows on cookie sheet and broil
     in oven until toasty. About 1 to 2 min. Stand by the oven. It happens fast.
     Place milk, ice cream and most of the toasted marshmallows in the blender, save a few
     for the top. Blend until smooth and serve with cute straws.

57 comments:

  1. Brilliant! I would never have thought of this. And I have never toasted marshmallows in the broiler and am so so so happy you suggested it! No campfire necessary.

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  2. Whoa nelly! I think I'll make these for my birthday boy's celebration! I love the mason jar mugs and straws too - so cute!

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  3. Oh ya that's what I'm talking about.

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  4. oh my anything with marshmallows is a win in my book! this sounds like a perfect summer night treat!!

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  5. o my gosh! this sounds ahhmazing. like the perfect summer time smore-shake! xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  6. This looks too good to be true - so simple to make!

    xoxo
    Jenna

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  7. Looks and sounds wonderful Val~ and easy to make as well! :)

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  8. Ummmm breaking out the blender now!! Looks so good! :)

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  9. oh my heavens. i love marshmallows!! super creative :)

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  10. Yum! What a fun summertime treat for the kids! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. OMG! Does this look ever yummy. My son would love this milkshake. It's on my list to make now.

    Velva

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  12. Just found your site today and what a post to read for the first time. I might just have to try making this today! I'm looking forward to reading more of your site.

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  13. This looks delicious! Have you heard my good news about the paperback version of my novel? I hope you can head over and check it out! Have a fabulous day honey! Kori xoxo

    www.blondeepisodes.com

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  14. I'm definitely going to have to try this!! Yummilicous!!!

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  15. Found you on another blog, and am SO glad I hopped over to check you out (I mean that in a much less skeevy way than it sounds). As for toasted marshmallow milkshakes? GET IN MY BELLY. Made shooter sized glasses of them for a ladies night party I did, and they were a hit. LOVES me some toasted marshmallow. Okay, enough of that - glad I found your blog!
    merci,
    Shannan

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  16. Genius!!! Sounds so yummy! I ♥ Marshmellows : )

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  17. I am SO trying this when Landyn wakes from her nap! :)

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  18. This sounds and looks amazing! I must try!

    Thanks so much for stopping by (smiles)!

    Wishing you a wonderful week,
    Jodie

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  19. Oh my goodness! Please come link this up on Totally Tasty Tuesdays!!! http://www.mandysrecipebox.blogspot.com

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  20. wow. that is the best idea since peanut butter.

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  21. Love that- serve with cute straws! They are adorable (: Yummy looking as always! You're so creative.

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  22. I have heard of this milkshake before, but I have to say your pictures are the best. I'm loving the straws! Makes me want to build a campfire!

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  23. I love toasted marshmallows, I can only imagine the shake to be fantastic, it certainly looks amazing!

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  24. We've made these and they are OVER THE TOP! Thanks for reminding me!

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  25. I have tried so many times to leave a comment...I LOVE this idea.

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  26. Oh I seriously just bookmarked this recipe the other day! Thanks for reminding me that I desperately need to make these asap!!!! Like I may need to run to the grocery store right now... Love your photos!

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  27. you had me a marshmallow and then you had me all over again at milkshake. This is like a crazy insane dessert/drink that I MUST try. I bet you could add some espresso to the drink to make it even more glam! What a wonderful treat!

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  28. Holy awesomeness! And i love that you put them in mason jars- too cute!!!

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  29. Wonderful pictures of a delicious sounding milkshake!

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  30. NO WAY!!!!! This should be labelled "dangerous". Okay....that'll be on today's menu!!!!!!! (And not just for dessert;))

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  31. yum! I wonder if I can take my blender on my next camping trip?? ;) love this.

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  32. Oh em gee! This sounds divine!! I have got to try this recipe out - STAT! :)

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  33. These look so yummy :) Just catching up on your posts, love those Blue Margaritas too, I gotta get me some curacao, I don't have that in my cocktail cabinet yet!

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  34. I am drooling, literally! This looks delicious!!!

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  35. Hello Val that is SO Cal! :) Missed visiting you! Hope you're doing great! Thank you so much for all the comments on my blog. I apoligize I haven't been by in a while. I'm getting back into blogging and visiting everyone's blogs!

    Love this recipe! Sounds delicious! Now -- where can I find those straws! Etsy? I'd love some in blue! So cute! Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  36. No way!! Having this tonight!!

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  37. holy cow, that looks awesome!!

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  38. So, I have some leftover cake in my fridge that I was trying to avoid. Now, tempted by this post, I'm heading for the door now...nom nom nom!

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  39. I am in for this one, Val! Love it that you've used the mason jars too. Beautiful photos! My niece is going to love these. I can't wait to make them for her. Thanks!

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  40. I'm drooling--that looks and sounds delicious! I just found your blog and really like it, please stop by mine!

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  41. Okay, that looks so amazing. I must try it. What a great idea. Love toasted marshmallows. P.S. love that you say to serve with a cute straw...so important.

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  42. Holy Moley these are marshmellowy delicious!!! :) You are the best! :)

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  43. I made these for my kids tonight. BIG hit. Thanks!

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  44. I am so crazy in love. That looks like heaven in a cup.

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  45. I'm dying to try these out. I did make the mexican meatball subs and they were delicious. Thanks for all the great recipes.

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  46. This looks way too delicious (and easy!) not to try. Yummmm.

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  47. What a great idea, and so simple to make too. Loving the mason jar milkshakes, so adorable. I just discovered your blog, read through the past archives. What a bright and beautiful site you have created!

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  48. wow....what a great dessert. oh heck. what a great breakfast :)

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  49. Thanks for stopping by my blog. When you get a chance, please stop back~ I posted on there about your marshmallow milkshake :)

    Have a wonderful evening!!

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  50. These are just simply AMAZING!!!! Amazing I tell you. I can't wait to try these this weekend:) And I don't care about my diet. I'm drinking one! Thanks Val!!!

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  51. These look simply AMAZING and I can't wait to make them. I'll let you know what I think!

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  52. um. oh my word.
    i have a feeling i'll be making this.
    adding in a crumbled graham cracker.
    and hershey bar.
    blend.
    and top w/ a marshmallow. making. 100%

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  53. Oh my goodness! Someone pinned your milkshake on Pinterest. I didn't have any marshmallows, so I used Reduced Fat Oreos! YUM! Milkshakes hit the spot! www.vandoss.blogspot.com

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