While we all love roasting marshmallows over an open fire, it seems like every cottage pantry is stuck with three half-full bags at the end of the summer. With that in mind, we sought out 12 recipes that will help you get rid of leftover s’more stuffers in the most delicious ways possible.
12 mouth-watering ways to use leftover marshmallows
Grilled cheese just not cutting it anymore? Then try this melty, squishy, super-tasty combo of hazelnut butter and fluff. To up the ante, add a layer of brown sugar and cinnamon to the spread.
Just stick your jumbo marshmallows on a skewer and dip them in whatever topping you desire. Chocolate syrup, crushed peanuts, and sprinkles are all great options.
You’ve already whipped up some cupcake batter, do you really want to cream together some frosting, too? Instead of creating more dishes, just place a marshmallow on top of the cupcakes when they’re a minute away from done.
This super simple DIY is a great way to use up leftover marshmallows and that bottle of Kahlúa that’s been hanging out in the cupboard for way too long. You can toast the shot glasses for added flavour or just use them as-is for a chewy, liquor-filled snack.
Can’t decide between ice cream or a popsicle? These five-ingredient pudding pops combine the two-in-one ice-cold dessert perfect for hot summer days.
This delectable pie is a pantry cleaner. Use up your leftover marshmallows, instant coffee, and graham crackers to create a super tasty—and impressive looking—dessert.
This “healthy” option is a mini version of the classic Thanksgiving dish. The perfect combo of sweet and salty, these baked potatoes are simple to assemble and perfect for individual servings.
No oven? No problem! This cake comes together in the fridge, no baking necessary. The Rice Krispies crust is a great riff on the classic snack, and you can also incorporate leftover marshmallows in the filling.
Everything but the kitchen sink makes its way into these rainbow-coloured squares. Nuts and cranberries help balance out the sweetness of the marshmallows and chocolate while adding bright pops of colour.
This creamy drink is a great way to end a long day. You can make it with a stand-up or immersion blender, and can even throw in a shot of suitable liquor for an icy cocktail.
Combine two great summer treats in this delectable snack. You can melt the marshmallows in the microwave—just remember they expand when heated—and take chocolate-dipped strawberries to the next level.
A classier version of the s’more, these New York treats combine the three key ingredients into one delectable cookie.