I told someone I was making strawberry campfire milkshakes and I was met with a look of confusion. Not for long.
My boozy s’more milkshake was such a hit last weekend, I thought I’d do strawberry fans every where a solid. Strawberries pair so well individually with chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker so it only made sense that they would pair well with s’mores. Right?
This strawberry ice cream has always been a favorite and it did not disappoint in milkshake form! It’s fresh and tangy and such a nice balance to the super sweet marshmallow whipped cream.
If you’ve learned anything from reading this, let it be that strawberry is a natural pairing to s’mores. So, next time you make s’mores, throw a few slices of strawberry in between the chocolate and marshmallow. I know I’ll be doing that when I head back to the beach for Canada Day and Fourth of July this weekend.
- 3 Bars of Hershey’s chocolate, melted
- 1 Slab of graham crackers, crushed
- 5 Scoops of strawberry ice cream (if you want to make your own, use my strawberry ice cream recipe!)
- 1 cup milk
- ½ Cup heavy cream
- ½ Cup marshmallow fluff
- If you are making the ice cream from scratch, do that one day ahead of time. Then go on to prep the mason jar.
- Dip the top of the jar in the melted chocolate and then cover with the crushed graham crackers. Drizzles the sides of the jar with some of the remaining melted chocolate (save some to top the final milkshake with). Place jars in the freezer for 20 minutes.
- Blend the strawberry ice cream with the milk until creamy and just combined. Divide into the two mason jars.
- In a stand mixer, combine the heavy cream and the marshmallow fluff until stiff peaks form. Use the marshmallow whipped cream to top the milkshake on the mason jar. Top with remaining crushed graham crackers and melted chocolate.