S’mores Martini


Every Fall we try to take a trip to the mountains for some sweater weather and a break from the hot Florida sun. The past three years we’ve gone to Asheville, Park City and Vail – all wonderful places to visit! S’mores seems to be a fall-time staple in these cooler areas of this country and let me just say- I’m here for it.

I’m a sucker for a dessert martini, and this S’mores Martini just hits all the right notes. A frosty glass filled with little swirls of chocolate, a graham rim and the smell of just-roasted ‘mallows over top a creamy cocktail. It’s so good.

And if there’s one person who I know that LOVES s’mores- it’s my mom. So mom, this drinks for you.  

S’mores Martini

Prep Time 5 mins
Course Drinks
Servings 1 martini


  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Culinary Torch


  • 1-2 graham crackers
  • chocolate syrup
  • 1.5 oz. vanilla vodka
  • 1 oz. Baileys Irish Cream
  • 1.5 oz. vanilla almond milk
  • 8 mini marshmallows


  • Use a blender to grind graham crackers into fine crumbs. Pour crumbs onto a flat plate or shallow bowl.
  • Create a small puddle of chocolate syrup on a plate. Dip the rim of your martini glass into the chocolate. Then, evenly dip the chocolate coated rim into the graham cracker crumbs to coat.
  • Stand the martini glass upwards. Lightly drizzle a small amount of chocolate syrup around the inside of the glass.
  • Shake vodka, Baileys and almond milk over ice, then strain into the martini glass.
  • Arrange marshmallows closely together on a plate. Light the marshmallows with a culinary torch, then blow it out after letting it char a little. Gently top the drink with the toasted marshmallow cluster, and serve!


Pro tip: pop your martini glass into the refrigerator for a chilled glass.
Keyword cocktail, Fall Recipe, martini, Winter Recipe

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Hi, welcome to Seasonally Jane! I’m all about simple home cooking, highlighting seasonal whole food ingredients, and making memories in the kitchen. This site documents how I love to spend free time: experimenting with new recipes, using familiar ingredients in unexpected ways, photographing my creations and sharing the successes. My hope is to energize home-cooks of any level to see the beauty of seasonal foods, to lean into their kitchens, and to cook something new- often.