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How to make toasted marshmallow shot glasses

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Here at Stylist, we're always on the hunt for amazing new food discoveries. The kind that make our jaws drop and send our minds into a food-shaped daydreams.

Well, we've found another recipe that does the trick and it is perfect for both the party season and the cosy mood of autumn. Behold, pillow-soft, ooey-gooey and chewy marshmallow shot glasses.

American food blogger Cheri Alberts of The Watering Mouth saw a friend post a picture of the creations and was determined to work out how to make it. After a few trials, she shared her fool-proof recipe with her readers. 

Alberts says all you need is: large marshmallows, any flavour liqueur, two forks, a plate and an open fire, electric burner or gas stove. 

Marshmallow shot glass

Toast the marshmallow over an open flame or a hot electric cooker, holding it in place with a fork. Cook until it turns a golden brown.

Marshmallow shot glasses

The moment you release the fork from the marshmallow, the white bundles will cave inwards creating the shape of a perfect shot glass.

Next, fill it up with your favourite liqueur - or chocolate milk for children - and drink immediately.

Watch Cheri Alberts' full tutorial below or find the recipe here.

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