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Can You Put Marshmallows in Coffee?

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Most of us wake up and head straight to the coffee maker for that first morning coffee. If you forget to put on a pot of coffee, you immediately go to a coffee shop and get some type of fancy coffee drink. 

Well, did you know that you can make your own gourmet coffee right at home? One of the tastiest summer and fall-inspired recipe ideas is marshmallows in coffee. 

Can you really put marshmallows in coffee? Yes, you can put marshmallows in your coffee, especially if you’ve run out of creamer. It adds a tasty kick that will melt in your coffee, softening the blow of especially strong coffee. It can also be added as a garnish to a cold drink. 

There are a few different ways to add marshmallows to coffee that help create a tasty drink. You can make a delicious warm drink that will soothe away the bitter fall air, or you can make a cold drink that will leave you satisfied on a hot summer day.

Whatever you choose, you will be happy with adding marshmallows to your black coffee.

Marshmallows In Coffee

How to Use Marshmallows in Coffee

The fun thing about coffee is that there are so many different roasts and many ways to make gourmet coffee at home. You can easily have fun with your morning drink and experiment with new coffee flavors. 

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Most of us don’t try to liven things up at home; we are stuck in a routine. However, adding one new unique item to the menu to perk you up may help you feel happier throughout the week. Try these new recipes with your hot and cold coffee.

Hot Marshmallow Coffee

Hot coffee is a lifesaver in fall and winter, and this cozy coffee drink is a killer way to ward off the chills. This marshmallow coffee drink is airy, fluffy, and so tasty that nothing should stop you from trying this drink at least once. 

What do you need?

  • Marshmallows or marshmallow fluff
  • Coffee creamer (not necessary but delicious)
  • Cinnamon or pumpkin spice powder 

That’s it! It only takes an extra few minutes to create a fantastic latte-like coffee at home. 

The marshmallow will melt nice and smooth over the hot coffee, giving it a creamy latte-like texture. Then you can add the sauce or garnish on the top of the foam. It is an Instagram-worthy drink that will be a great way to kick off the morning.

S’mores Iced Coffee

If you have an extra ten minutes, this is a recipe you have to try. Hot coffee will melt the marshmallows, but iced coffee will keep them firm. They will soak up the coffee and be a tasty treat when you suck down every ounce of coffee. 

There is no doubt that you will fall in love with this s’mores iced coffee drink. It’s a fun and flirty drink that is great in the summer, fall, or all year long. 

What do you need?

  • Dark chocolate syrup
  • Crushed graham crackers
  • Marshmallow
  • Cinnamon spice 

The easiest way to make this drink is to brew a pot of coffee the night before, dump it in a pitcher, and put it in the fridge. You will wake up with iced coffee. This is an excellent trick if you want to feel better prepared in the morning.

Unfortunately, most of us don’t have our lives together, so we need coffee ASAP in the morning. Don’t worry; we get it. Instead of having iced coffee ready to go, here is what you can do. 

Pour the chocolate sauce on the rim of your glass and add graham crackers on top of that; think S’mores margarita. Then pour about one tablespoon (or more) of extra syrup inside and add ice cubes. 

Pour the hot coffee on top of the ice cubes, and remember, you can always add more ice cubes. 

If you want a smidge of creamer, you can add it on top of the coffee. After that, add your marshmallows and extra graham crackers. If you choose to add cinnamon or cinnamon sugar, add it last!

Tips to Keep in Mind

Buy marshmallow-flavored coffee creamer for an extra bit of marshmallow flavor. If you want to add a little kick to your s’mores drink, you can use a culinary light to toast your marshmallows. 

It won’t burn your marshmallows, but it will char them as a campfire would. It might give you that extra s’mores vibe you’ve been craving.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Other S’mores Coffee Recipes?

The best thing about coffee is that you can do a fantastic amount of alterations to recipes. There are more versions of S’mores coffee recipes than you thought possible, and the best kinds are the adult version. 

Try adding a shot of marshmallow vodka to your next drink and top it off the same way. This will give it an extra kick, though it may not be best before work.

Can Bourbon Go into Coffee with Marshmallows?

Although we recommend using marshmallow vodka to kick up the marshmallow flavor, certain types of spiced bourbon can make a delicious adult beverage. Spiced bourbon with marshmallows and cinnamon can help turn up a party quickly.

The great thing about marshmallows is they are super versatile. If you don’t drink coffee, you can make kids’ hot chocolate with marshmallows or adult boozy hot chocolate.

 You can make tons of fun drinks with a marshmallow garnish and even more desserts. Start experimenting with your pack of marshmallows.

Final Thoughts

There are so many wonderful coffee recipes out there; all you need to do is look. Pinterest has great ideas and many tutorials that will show you how to make yummy and pretty drinks. 

You will find something for everything. Coffee drinks can also be great for having guests over and entertaining. 

The ingredients are cheap and tasty, and you can make tons of drinks if needed. Marshmallows make a great coffee drink addition, and you should try them at least once.

Happy Caffeinating!

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