• Serves 2
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients
July 29, 2020


A modern, Baileys inspired take on a campfire classic. Pass the spoon because this melty marshmallowy treat will have you wanting s’more!

Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 100ml Baileys Original Irish Cream
  • 100g crumbled digestives or shortbread
  • 100g mini marshmallows
  • 120g marshmallows
  • 100ml chocolate sauce


  1. Add the crumbled shortbread to the bottom of a jar. Dollop on marshmallows (as many as you like!)
  2. Heat the chocolate sauce and pour it into the jars. Probably add a bit more chocolate sauce.
  3. Sprinkle on the mini marshmallows. Bring on the Baileys – pour it over your creation. Now toast the marshmallows with the blow torch until melty and delicious.
  4. Ready…steady….dig in! Last one to finish does the washing up.

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  • Thanks for the recipe i feel inspired to try this.


  • S’mores for me is an American dessert so it’s not something I’m overly familiar with. But this Baileys version looks amazing.


  • just 5 ingredients for such a stunning looking dessert. Looks divine


  • Delicious, delectable, mouthwatering and decadent. What more can I say except YES PLEASE.


  • Will Try next time when family are over for tea


  • Thanks for sharing I love Baileys Irish cream so this will go down well when friends are over.


  • They look yummy! And best of all you don’t have to share them with wth the kids!!!


  • This would Be a very fun dinner party dessert!


  • I’m sure my husband would like this :)


  • What a delicious looking dessert!


  • Love this idea. A very grown up version of smores!!! Yum


  • I used to drink Baileys when I was young. It had such a great taste. I would love to try this!


  • what a great little treat to serve at a dinner party with friends and it could be presented in different kinds of glassware etc.


  • Omg. This looks amazing and could make matching non alcoholic for the kids so easily!


  • Im obsessed with smores!
    Gutted that they don’t sell gram crackers here though.
    This looks so cute and sounds delicious. Will definitely be giving it a go, especially happy that it only takes 10 minutes to make!


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