Speaking of campfires ... Have you seen what Tablespoon.com did to my original Marshmallow Jello Shots in Real Marshmallows? They set them on fire. (What?!)
While this looks pretty badass, I'm not so sure it would actually work. I'm actually pretty sure that I would burn my mouth off.
Anyway, these are the same concept as my original marshmallow jello shots but I used chocolate vodka (you can even add some Godiva liqueur too!) and then melted some chocolate around the top and added some graham crackers.
My husband brought the left over jello shots into work again. We are truly weird.
Here is the step by step:
1. Using your fingers pinch out the center of your giant marshmallows.
2. Let your marshmallows sit out a little while to toughen up.
3. Make your alcoholic chocolate jello. I used 1 cup water and a packet of hot chocolate mix. I sprinkled 2 packets of Knox gelatin on top and let it sit for a minute. Then turn on the heat and whisk until boiling and dissolved. When dissolved, pour into 1 cup cold vodka (Pinnacle Whipped Chocolate).
(For a kid friendly, non-alcoholic version just use cold water instead of vodka)
4. This step is really important. Let your chocolate jello mixture cool. It should be at least room temperature before you pour it into your marshmallows. If it's hot it will melt the marshmallow and it won't work.
5. Carefully pour your jello mixture into the marshmallows.
6. Save any left over jello you have so you can check them as they set and see if any need to be topped off. They should be ready/set in a few hours.
7. Melt chocolate and spread it around the edges and then roll it in some crushed graham crackers.
S'mores Jello Shots in Real Marshmallows
1 bag giant marshmallows, center hollowed out
1 cup chocolate vodka of choice
1 cup water
2 packets Knox gelatin
1 packet hot chocolate
Melted chocolate for coating the Marshmallows (I used a container of Wilton candy melts that I purchased in the baking isle at the grocery store. It was meant for making chocolate covered strawberries etc.)
1 cup crushed graham crackers