Marshmallows are awesome. Except for the ones that my uncle tried giving me this one time. It turned out that they were actually the insides of bulrushes. Real marshmallows though are great, so I decided to see what would happen when we kicked them up a notch.
I started out with some dehydrated marshmallows. They lost their
squishiness factor, making them quite hard. It was my belief that we
could get more vodka into that way.
What would be the best vodka for them? Polar bear vodka, also known as Ursus. You know I'm telling the truth because there are bears on the bottle. Can't beat that logic.
I put the marshmallows into a shallow container and filled it up marshmallow height so they can stew in the pool, without the fear of them drowning. Sometimes marshmallows cry, and it's sad. Soul crushingly sad. You don't want that on your conscience. You'll spend many a night awake, because your marshmallow pillows will wake you up in the middle of the night by whispering bad stuff into your years.
After they've been washed clean by the vodka, and plumped up. You're free to enjoy them. The mix is okay, but it's missing something. Instead drain them and keep them for later. If you want to drink the vodka, it'll just taste a little sweeter than usual. Nothing special. But there is something special you can do with the marshmallows.
Throw them into hot chocolate. It's a healthy way to kick up the hot chocolate to the next level. It's the perfect way to get drunk around the camp fire. People will never guess your sinister motives. I can't wait to do it to the big marshmallows and try and roast them on a camp fire.
Vodka Marshmallows: 2/5
Marshmallow Vodka: 2/5
Vodka Marshmallows in Hot Chocolate: 4/5