I can’t take credit for this recipe. It was dreamed up by a friend as a suggestion for the blog, but I was more than happy to create and post it because it is delicious.
I ate an absurd number of s’more this summer. I only get them during a select few warm weeks here in the PNW, so I always take full advantage. This recipe is the perfect treat as we move into fall, a last grasp of summer. It makes me yearn for the warn days of summer and campfires. You can modify this recipe to your preference. In the future, I would probably hunt out some dark chocolate instead of milk. I would recommend this recipe with any fireside drink- red wine, baileys, or a coors light.
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup whole milk
0.5 cup sugar
Dash of vanilla extract
4 graham crackers, smashed into fine pieces
0.5 cup mini chocolate chips
0.5 cup marshmallow fluff
In a sauce pan create the base by combining the heavy cream, milk, sugar, and vanilla extract. Warm the mixture on low heat until the sugar has dissolved. Do not boil. Once dissolved, transfer the base into a heat proof container and add in the graham cracker pieces. Store in the fridge until cooled.
Once the base has fully cooled (I prefer to cool them overnight), add the base to your ice cream maker and churn to the manufactures instructions. After the ice cream has taken form, slowly add the chocolate chips to the base. Once the ice cream has fully formed, slowly fold in the marshmallow fluff
Refrigerate for a few hours.
Serve and enjoy!