Pina Colada S’mores

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“Ok, pay attention. First you take the graham, you stick the chocolate on the graham. Then you roast the ‘mallow. When the ‘mallows flaming… you stick it on the chocolate. Then cover with the other end. Then you scarf. Kind of messy, but good! Try some!” – Ham Porter, “The Sandlot

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These are INSANELY decadent. Pina Colada S’mores.  So I really wanted to wait until May 1st to post these because I have been planning on making May ” Pineapple and Coconut Month” since it is my birthday month so why not have lots of fun recipes to honor my blog name? But this AMAZING opportunity came up for a HUGE giveaway and I knew I wanted to include this recipe with it

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I am known in my small circle of friends for my homemade marshmallows. I have been making them for years and years. It started after I had a homemade marshmallow at a coffee shop in Portland, Oregon where I used to live and I have never bought a package of them since. SO easy to make and, like a billion times better. So fluffy and GOOD.

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The one thing that makes making these SO easy and quick to make is my beloved Kitchen Aid stand mixer. Whenever I see people pose the question, ” What is the one small kitchen appliance you can’t live without?” The answers are almost always “My Kitchen Aid stand mixer

 

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I have this color. The brushed nickel. My first mixer was actually my mom’s and it was a wedding gift. These mixers are BEASTS! They last forever and ever. And when my mom gave me a new one for my birthday a few years ago, I gave her old one to a friend of mine who still uses it!!  Now these mixers come in just about every color imaginable!!  I really want an aqua one, it will match my new kitchen.  So what do my Pina Colada S’mores and a Kitchen Aid have in common? Besides the fact that I use my mixer to make them??  Welll I will tell you. I have teamed up with a group of FABULOUS and amazing bloggers…

 

 

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So what are you waiting for??  Enter!!!  Oh and the recipe for the Pina Colada S’mores is after the jump. If you win you must try making homemade marshmallows with your new mixer!! And let me know how they turned out!!


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Pina Colada S'mores and HUGE giveaway!!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 30
 
Pina Colada Marshmallows and S'mores Makes about 30 1" square marshmallows
Ingredients
  • For the Marshmallows:
  • 2 packets gelatin
  • 8 tbsp cold water
  • 2 cups organic evaporated cane juice/sugar (I use Zulka)
  • ½ c cold 100% organic pineapple juice
  • 4 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp pineapple extract
  • 1 tsp coconut extract
  • Pinch salt
  • ¾ c Unsweetened, finely shredded coconut flakes
  • ½ c Powdered sugar
  • Oil spray ( mild flavored, grapeseed or sunflower)
  • For the S’mores:
  • Graham crackers, split in half
  • Lindt white chocolate coconut bars, separated into squares
Instructions
  1. For the Marshmallows:
  2. In a small bowl, pour the 8 tbsp cold water in and sprinkle the gelatin on top. Let sit 5 min or until bloomed
  3. Combine the powdered sugar and coconut flakes in a bowl.
  4. Prepare an 8X8 pan with oil spray and sprinkle over half of the mixture of powdered sugar and coconut on the bottom of the pan, reserving the rest for the top.
  5. In a sauce pan combine the sugar, the pineapple juice, honey and pinch salt and stir 3-4 minutes until well dissolved and starting to bubble. Add in the gelatin and stir until it comes to a boil. Boil for one minute then pour the mixture into the bowl of a stand mixer and let cool 10 min. Using the whisk attatchment, slowly raise the speed until it’s a full speed and whip for 14 min. Add in the extracts and whip one minute more. Quickly spread the marshmallow mixture in the prepared pan, using a wet spatula to spread it out evenly. It will be sticky. Sprinkle the remaining powdered sugar coconut mixture on top of the marshmallows. Loosely cover with foil and let dry out at least 4 hours to overnight.
  6. When dry cut into squares and roll the squares in the pan to coat all sides with the coconut and powdered sugar. Keep in an airtight container up to one week.
  7. To make the s’mores:
  8. Place one square of chocolate on one half of the graham, place a marshmallow on top and broil watching carefully. Once marshmallow has reached desired meltyness, place another chocolate square on top, then the other graham and serve immediately. Alternately, stick a marshmallow on the end of a fork or skewer and partially melt over open flame.

 

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Mmmmmm. S’mores are so ooey gooey and good!!

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Comments

  1. cookies, cookies & more cookies! joe

  2. Toni Marie Carlich says:

    I love the red KitchenAid mixer and the opportunity to win it!!! : )

  3. Pamela Joy says:

    I would make cookies, bread, cakes and anything I could think of with the kitchenaid Mixer, I would feel like I was on an adventure with it!

  4. Pineapple extract?! I have coconut but not pineapple. I’ll admit when I first saw the picture, I thought you did an ice cream twist somehow. Wouldn’t that be fun! Love how you are going to transform everything into pineapple and coconut! May birthdays are the best ;)
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  5. Dear lord, I think I just swooned and fell over. These mallows…
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  6. I absolutely ADORE homemade marshmallows, Shanna!!!! I make them, too, and just can’t get enough of them when I do. Soooooo good. Love your pina colada version. Glad to be partnering with you for the Mother’s Day KitchenAid Giveaway!
    Tracey @ The Kitchen is My Playground
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  7. I love these s’mores SO much!!!
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  8. Oh my goodness, I would love to win this for my mom…

  9. I would’t actually make anything because I would give the mixer to my little sister. She is getting married in June and this is top on her registry but I can’t afford to buy her it. I would love to get her the present of her dreams :)
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  10. I would make gluten free peanut butter cookies and eat them with strawberry jelly!!

  11. Oh. Mah. Gawwwwd. Yes please!
    Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel recently posted…Churro Donuts [Made with Zulka Sugar!]My Profile

  12. Yum! These smores look wonderful :) I love the flavors!

  13. kari hanson says:

    Great giveaway! =)

  14. Oh my, these look decadently good! I think they’ll make a nice treat for Mother’s Day. Why not!

  15. Wow, what a great giveaway here at Pineapple and Coconut! And, a fabulous S’mores recipe with homemade marshmallows to boot! xo
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  16. I would make a big batch of Monster Cookies, I’ve been craving them.

  17. Catherine Crowley says:

    I can hardly wait to make homemade marshmallows. I’ve made lots of candy but never anything as scrumptious looking as this. My kitchen is black granite and light cabinets so a bright yellow or red would be a punch of color! Sooo excited!!!!

  18. Such a fun take on s’mores!! I’ve never made my own marshmallows but I’ve really wanted to try!

  19. Lia Simpson says:

    Homemade graham crackers

  20. Jennifer R. says:

    I would make a cake or cookies! Pina Colada S’mores sound and look amazing. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  21. Michelle D. says:

    What would I make with that mixer? Bread and cookies. :)

  22. Wow, these look delicious , and I love the aqua blue mixer, or the red. Both are so pretty!

  23. S’mores with a twist! LOVE!
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