Try a New Recipe Day: Min’s S’moretini

Since New Year’s Eve is coming up, I thought I’d share a fabulous drink recipe I created: Min’s S’moretini. It was inspired by a drink of the same name at Outback Steakhouse, which I’ve still never tasted, and I don’t know how they make it!

This drink is delicious, creamy, festive and out of the ordinary. It would make an outstanding dessert.

Although I haven’t tried it, I bet you could make a Virgin S’moretini that would knock the kids’ socks off by simply omitting the vodka.


Don’t forget to visit me at
The Bad Girl’s Kitchen for more fabulous recipes!

Happy New Year!

Please drink Min’s S’moretinis responsibly.

Min’s S’moretini

Serves 1

Hershey’s syrup (for rim of glass)

1/2 graham cracker, finely crushed

Monin Dark Chocolate Sauce

ice cubes

1 1/4 ounce vodka

1 ounce Monin Toasted Marshmallow flavoring

1 generous squeeze Hershey’s syrup

1/2 ounce Monin Vanilla Syrup

2 ounces half & half

  • Rim martini glass with Hershey’s syrup and crushed graham crackers.
  • Swirl bottom third of glass with a generous drizzle of Monin Dark Chocolate Sauce.
  • In cocktail shaker, combine vodka, Monin Toasted Marshmallow flavoring, Hershey’s Syrup, Monin Vanilla flavoring and half & half.
  • Add a handful of ice cubes and shake until combined and chocolate is incorporated.
  • Carefully strain into glass, and savor.
*You can follow the links above for these ingredients,

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10 thoughts on “Try a New Recipe Day: Min’s S’moretini

  1. If I had enough of these, I would eat my Brussels Sprouts. But the link for "Monin Toasted Marshmallow flavoring" is not working… where on earth can i find that? sounds wonderful, but it is a specialty liquor or a flavoring syrup???What section of the store is it in???

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