This Smores Mocktail Recipe for Teens tastes just like (and even includes one as a garnishment) sticky, gooey, chocolaty, S’MORES! Plus, it has zero alcohol! To me, that is perfect for a party for your kids or their classmates.
My kids love for me to experiment with different mocktails for kids. They get to be taste-testers and give their opinions as we craft and build different recipes.
It is cold outside, light a fire and roast marshmallows! Then, serve this delicious faux cocktail beverage.
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A great (and pretty) mocktail takes a stash of a few fun tools like the ones listed above. So, if you are planning to make cocktails and mocktails when entertaining, it would make sense to create your own little bar box! This way, you are prepared when the unexpected guest drops in.
- 1- ounce caramel syrup
- 1- ounce chocolate syrup
- 3 ounces milk or milk substitute
- Graham cracker
- Spreadable Fudge
- 1 tbsp marshmallow cream
- 1 strawberry sliced
To make the mini Graham cracker smores break a Graham cracker in half and smear on spreadable fudge. Add the marshmallow creme.
Brown the marshmallow creme by placing the prepared Graham crackers in the oven set on the broil setting.
Watch them closely; they will burn quickly.
Remove S'mores Graham crackers and top them with a sliced strawberry.
Into a cocktail shaker add caramel syrup, chocolate syrup, milk, and ice.
Secure the lid of the cocktail shaker and shake vigorously for 20 seconds.
Strain into shooter glasses.
Garnish with Graham crackers topped with toasted marshmallow creme, chocolate sauce, and sliced strawberry.