Spike Mendelsohn’s Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake


Last night I made one of the most requested meals at my house, Sliders.  However, I was in the mood for the whole burger and a milkshake experience.

I recently saw this recipe for Toasted Marshmallow Milkshakes and I knew I had to try it.  Let’s not mention there was a bag of marshmallows burning a hole in my pantry. 

And honestly, I think this was the best milkshake I’ve ever had.  It’s very sweet but the flavor is incredible and authentically toasted marshmallow.  The family could not believe I was serving dessert with dinner.  Hey, it was one of those kind of nights.

This shake is not very thick, easily rectified by adding more ice cream, however, I left mine thin.  It’s easier for the kids to slurp down.

You must try this next time you are craving a milkshake, it’s incredible.

Preheat the broiler.  On a foil-lined baking sheet, place the marshmallows in a single layer; broil until charred.  Do not leave the broiler as marshmallows catch fire.  Transfer to a plate to cool.

In a blender, mix the milk, ice cream, sour cream and charred marshmallows (save a few to garnish the milkshake).  Serve immediately.

These will disappear.  Fast.

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Spike Mendelsohn's Toasted Marshmallow Milkshakes

Recipe from: Every Day | Serves:

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces Jumbo Marshmallows
  • 2 cups Milk
  • 2 cups Vanilla ice cream
  • 1 Tablespoon Sour cream

Directions

  • Preheat the broiler. On a foil-lined baking sheet, place the marshmallows in a single layer; broil until charred. Do not leave the broiler as marshmallows catch fire. Transfer to a plate to cool.
  • In a blender, mix the milk, ice cream, sour cream and charred marshmallows (save a few to garnish the milkshake). Serve immediately.

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54 Comments

  1. If it wasn’t right before bed, I’d make this right now…

    something to look forward to over the weekend! The boyfriend will be pleased.

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  2. HoneyB 2

    I’ve never seen anything like this one! Looks awesome. Who could resist a toasted marshmallow??

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  3. I could go for this for dinner also Cathy.

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  4. This looks crazy! Something I definitely need to try.

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  5. Laura 5

    My mother is a freak for marshmallows.
    I will pass this on to her!

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  6. Kate 6

    Crazy good looking.

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  7. I saw these on Top Chef a couple years ago. The guy, Richard Blaze, has a restaurant here in ATL that we went to and guess what they serve…Toasted Marshmallow Milkshakes! It was soooooo good. Thanks for the recipe.

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  8. Tammy 8

    Oh man! I wish I could drink milk, those look incredible!

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  9. June 9

    Oh no – I think I’m in love! Same old story – why do we always want what we can’t have?

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  10. I am making these tonight I think!

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  11. We VERY rarely have dessert either, and I completely understand the craving. I’d make an exception for this one too!-LeslieMichele

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  12. Katrina 12

    How totally yum and fun! Can I come to your house for dinner?

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  13. Trisha 13

    Who knew you could do that? These sound terrific!

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  14. Lord. Have. Mercy.

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  15. Barbie with a T 15

    Even though hubby and I are under the weather, however we are still enjoying your recipes. Something warm and soothing like this drink is just what we need!

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  16. Janine 16

    OMG!!! These sound heavenly!!!

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  17. Sour cream? Wow, that is interesting. I might just have to give these a whirl this weekend for the youngin’s.

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  18. Julie 18

    I think I’d have a hard time getting those marshmallows from the pan to the shakes without jumping into my mouth! I really had no idea you could toast marshmallows under the broiler. This could be life changing!

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  19. Biz 19

    Holy cow! Um, pretty sure that is insulin worthy!!

    Happy Friday Cathy! Hope you have a great weekend.

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  20. These look great… I am thinking Fall haul the blender out to the firpit and everyone has one… topped with their own toasted marshmallow

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  21. Krista 21

    I recently watch “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” on the Food Network and saw this milkshake. I thought it sounded oh so good, but wasn’t feeling motivated to try and figure it out. Thanks for doing it for me! My kids thank you too!

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  22. Bob 22

    Oh dear. Those sound wicked fricking good. Hm, a sprinkle of crushed graham cracker and some chocolate syrup and you’d have a s’more shake…

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  23. elra 23

    Beautiful spiky marshmallow!

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  24. Barbara 24

    Well, I sure copied that one in a hurry!
    Sour cream is an interesting ingredient!
    Will try it very soon.

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  25. sharon 25

    thank goodness for sugar and indulgence!

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  26. Sook 26

    Wow look at those marshmallows. They look perfect! My hubby would love this recipe, I think. Yummy.

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  27. Mrs. L 27

    I think I just swooned. No seriously. Swooned.

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  28. David 28

    looks amazing… but what does the sour cream add ?

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  29. These look incredible! I’m imagining the flavor and really just need to go and make one.

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  30. Wow wow wow! This must be one of the coolest milkshakes I’ve seen! Can’t wait to try it!

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  31. Lisa 31

    What fun! The best part is that your marshmallows look so perfectly toasted. I never could understand how people could char their marshmallows in the fire and then eat them. The flavor must bring back so many memories.

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  32. Marjie 32

    Add a little chocolate ice cream, and you’ve got s’mores in a glass! Brilliant!

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  33. UNBELIEVABLE! You have to be the best mom EVER! Must try that for sure. And, now I have a new way to roast marshmallows when I get the urge at home. Brilliant!

    Shirley

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  34. Lea Ann 34

    I love your slider’s recipe. I’ve served it a couple of times and people always ask for the recipe. And now, let’s talk about this milkshake – YUM

    Thanks Cathy

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  35. Velva 35

    Holy cow! The toasted marshmallow milkshake looks absolutely divine! I would have never thought of this flavor combination-Darn good. good. Served up with a good hamburger, over the top!

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  36. Mary 36

    I now know for sure your intent is to kill me. This is such a temptation. This recipe was a great find, Cathy. I can almost taste it as I read the recipe.

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  37. Nichole 37

    When I saw this I actually giggled. Spike’s Good Stuff eatery is only a couple of blocks from my home in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of DC. While I’m not a huge fan of his burgers, I stop in at least once a month for one of these.

    Glad that you’re bringing the deliciousness to folks not lucky enough to have one of these whenever they’d like!

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  38. Lena in VT 38

    Brilliant roating the marshmallows under the broiler!! This sounds amazing, wow. I must make it.

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  39. pam 39

    OMG! Roasted marshmallows is one of my favorite flavors! I have to try this!

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  40. How fun! My kids would love this one!

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  41. Lisa Sipple 41

    Wowzer, my kind of treat. This sounds amazingly, amazing.

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  42. I like the toasted marshmallows! and sour cream? I have to try that.

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  43. Melynda 43

    Sometimes a person just wants fun food! This fills the bill!

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  44. The shake looks great! But what I really am glad that I found is the recipe for the sliders. These are too easy and look so good. Will be making these soon. Thanks!

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  45. Penny Wolf 45

    I made these using homemade marshmallows
    OH my dear! I will make these again. I couldn’t believe how it really makes you want fries and a burger. Thank you!

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  46. grace 46

    i heard about this delightful concoction some time ago but i haven’t brought myself to try it yet. i think i’m afraid i’ll become addicted and never look back. :)

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  47. Wow, this looks incredible! Sour cream is definitely not an ingredient I would expect to see in a milkshake recipe…interesting…

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  48. You’ve NO idea how tempted I am to create some of these RIGHT THIS MINUTE! I keep telling myself that I’m going to make Rice Krispie Treats with the bag of m’mallows in my pantry but now…now I’m not so sure about that!

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  49. Yum! What a great idea!

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  50. ingrid 50

    Oh my goodness those are even better looking than I imagined! Probably about a year ago I read an article about this milk shake but there wasn’t a photo that went along with it. I’ve been haunted of it ever since. I will be even more so now!

    I’m making homemade marshmallows for valentine’s and thought to give this a try. After seeing your photos I definitely will. Thanks! :)
    ~ingrid

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  51. Jill 51

    OMG I made these tonight and they were dEEEvine!!! Thanks so much for a delicious new take on the ubiquitous vanilla shake.

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  52. spondee 52

    Ok. Bear with me for a moment.

    Martini glass swirled inside with melted chocolate. Rimmed in crushed graham cracker. Absolut Vanilla vodka in the milkshake – in the martini glass. Garnished by a mini toasted marshmallow.

    S’moretini…

    I must have it.

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  53. Hannah 53

    I am having one right now! They are DELICIOUS, but very fattening… I guess you have to spoil yourself sometimes =)

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  54. Suzette 54

    I used to love a toasted marshmallow milkshake from a certain place in NYC. It’s closed now. I mourned its loss, not knowing where I would get another. Now I know how to make ’em! Thrilled to have these instructions!

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