Toasted Marshmallow Mini Malted Milkshakes
Each sip of this toasted marshmallow milkshake tastes heavenly, and you won’t believe how incredibly easy it is to make.
Between a rating of 1 and 10, 10 being the best, I’m not kidding when I say this milkshake is a 100.
With only 4 ingredients it’s a mystery why this milkshake is so delicious…but it really tastes amazing.
About this Recipe
Have you ever been at a restaurant that serves small portions of desserts in shot glasses?
It’s actually kind of nice that the size is small especially when I’m still full after eating dinner.
So, with that after-dinner small portion in mind, the milkshake in this recipe is served in a juice-size glass.
A juice glass is generally about half the size of a traditional size glass so it’s not too much after a big dinner.
But of course, feel free to use a larger serving glass if preferred.
Since the marshmallows in this recipe are toasted, a link to a helpful article from the Food Network “How to Perfectly Toast a Bunch of Marshmallows at Once” is included at the bottom of this post.
Let’s check out the ingredients.
Large marshmallows, vanilla ice cream, malted milk powder and milk
HOW TO MAKE THIS RECIPE
A printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.
Toast the marshmallows and let them cool.
in a blender…
…add the ice cream,
malted milk powder,
…and toasted marshmallows.
Blend using the milkshake setting until the marshmallows are blended in with all the ingredients (about 2 to 3 minutes depending on the type of blender used).
Pour the malted milkshake into small juice-size glasses.
Garnish with a floating toasted marshmallow on top of each milkshake.
Serve right away while cold.
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Toasted Marshmallow Mini Malted Milkshake
- 2 cups (about 6 or 7 large scoops) vanilla ice cream
- 1 tablespoon (heaping) malted milk powder
- 1/2 cup milk
- 10 large toasted marshmallows (for the milkshake) Link on how to toast marshmallows indoors in the oven from the Food Network “How to Perfectly Toast a Bunch of Marshmallows at Once“.
- 6 large toasted marshmallows (for garnish) Link above on how to toast marshmallows indoors in the oven from the Food Network.
- In a blender, add the ice cream, malted milk powder, milk and toasted marshmallows.
- Blend using the milkshake setting until the marshmallows are blended in with all the ingredients (about 2 to 3 minutes depending on the type of blender used).
- Pour the malted milkshake into juice glasses. Garnish with a floating toasted marshmallow on top of each milkshake. Serve right away while cold.
Dessert Served in Small Shot Glass
Here’s an example of a small dessert in a shot glass you may like “Irish Cream, Chocolate Cake and Raspberry Dessert”.
Milkshake and Ice Cream Float Recipes
Here are more milkshake and ice cream float recipes you may like “Malted Milk Ball Shake Float“, “Malted Milk Date Shake” and “Shirley Temple Ice Cream Float“.
Desserts with Ice Cream
More Desserts with Ice Cream You May Like:
Easy Desserts Made or Served with Vanilla Ice Cream
Link to the Food Network with Directions on How to Toast Marshmallows Indoors in the Oven
Here’s a link with directions on how to toast marshmallows indoors in the oven from the Food Network “How to Perfectly Toast a Bunch of Marshmallows at Once“.
I love toasted marshmallows! I’ll definitely be making these this weekend. Great idea! Thank you!
Hi Amy, thank you so much for stopping by!
Mini? Heck no…I would make it and pour it into one big glass mwahahahaha LOL. Since I live alone it would all be for me anyways lol.
Hi Kellie, I know what you mean! It’s hard to stop at just a little glass. This shake is so good that unless you’re full from a dinner or something already, a large glass is for sure the best size!
I never would have thought to put a marshmallow INTO the shake – those do look great, thanks for the beautiful photos to inspire!
Hi Rachel, thank you for stopping by!
Yummy! I just can’t get enough toasted marshmallows. What a delicious dessert idea.
Hi Sarah, thank you. I just love toasted marshmallows too. Thank you for stopping by!