These marshmallow shot glasses are all over Pinterest. They’re a cute way to spice up a party and they aren’t too difficult to make. Check out the Stacey vs Pinterest Marshmallow Shot Glass video and keep reading for Stacey’s tips for making these (or not making them…).
Tips for Making Marshmallow Shot Glasses
- The most annoying part of the process is hollowing out the marshmallows. It sucks! They are a sticky mess. Therefore, I recommend using a melon baller since it is a little sharper and easier to cut into the marshmallow. Don’t expect perfection and definitely don’t expect to get these things super hollowed out.
- Once you’ve got the marshmallows hollowed out you’re ready to add the chocolate. Make sure you use chocolate that is specifically for candy coating. You can find this in the baking isle at your grocery store. If you use regular chocolate it will take FOREVER to harden (if at all).
- Break out the blow torch! You can take these up a notch by grabbing a chef’s torch and browning the sides of the marshmallows (before dipping in chocolate), dip in graham cracker crumbs and you’ve got yourself a s’more shot glass!
- Don’t like graham crackers? There are lots of other toppings you can use for your marshmallow shot glasses. Try coconut, sprinkles or even crushed Oreos.
- I would not recommend making these for a large group of people. You’ll hate having to hollow out so many marshmallows! I’d suggest these for smaller gatherings.
- Don’t poor your shot until you’re ready for it. If you let it sit it will eventually soak through the chocolate and leak all over the place.