Marshmallows are not just for the camp fires

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Sure s’mores are great and probably one of the most iconic summer evening treats but our friends at Dandies Marshmallows prompted by a CRL Magazine suggestion to them came up with some scrumptious other adult way to use the marshmallows.  You will be singing camp fire songs in no time!

blackberry-gin 300dpiBlackberry Cream Soda
Ingredients
1 shot of Blackberry Simple Syrup
1 shot of gin Topochico or soda water
1 big dollop of Marshmallow Fluff
Instructions
• Fill a glass with ice.
• Pour in 1 shot of blackberry simple syrup and shot of gin, stir.
• Fill the rest of the way with soda and top with a dollop of marshmallow fluff. Enjoy!
* To make the simple syrup, puree a pint of blackberries in a blender. Combine in a pot with 1 cup water and 1 cup sugar. Stir and bring to a boil, then reduce heat to a simmer. Once the liquid thickens and resembles syrup, remove from heat and strain to remove seeds. Let cool.

peaches-and-cream 300dpiGinger Peaches and Cream
Ingredients
1 shot of bourbon
½ shot of peach schnapps
Ginger beer
Bourbon-bruleed Dandies Marshmallow, for garnish
Instructions
• Fill a glass with ice.
• Add 1 shot of bourbon and ½ shot of peach schnapps.
• Top the rest of the glass with Ginger Beer and stir.
• Garnish with a Bruleed Dandies Marshmallow.
* To make Bruleed Dandies Marshmallow: Place a marshmallow on a skewer, dip in bourbon and roll in sugar. Using a kitchen torch or flame from a gas stove, toast the marshmallow until the sugar turns into a burnt crust.

lemon-meringue-pie 300dpiLemon Meringue Pie Martini
Ingredients
1 Tbsp simple syrup
1 shot of lemon juice
1 shot of vodka
½ shot of Amaretto liqueur
1 dollop of Marshmallow Fluff
Crushed graham cracker
Instructions
• Fill a martini shaker with ice.
• Add simple syrup, lemon juice, vodka, and Amaretto liqueur.
• Shake vigorously for one minute.
• Dip the rim of a martini glass into lemon juice and then into crushed graham cracker.
• Pour strained alcohol into the martini glass and top with a dollop of marshmallow fluff.
• If you have a kitchen torch, torch the fluff for some extra flair!

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