Single Serving Smores Oat Drink

This S’mores Oat Drink has everything that you love in S’mores but in a drinkable form. You’ll have a nice chocolate drink made with oats and flavored with cocoa powder, plus a doze of toasted marshmallow, chopped nuts and crumbled graham crackers and decadent drizzle of melted chocolate on top. What’s not to like? S’mores in a mug, let’s toast to that!  

Smores Hot Chocolate Oat Drink

I am so very excited to share with you our Friday Drink Day item, S’mores Chocolate Oat Drink, you’re going to love this. Everything  the we love in s’mores served in a mug, how nice is that? 

What you’ll get from this is a chocolate drink made with oat milk. For the toppings, get hold of the usual S’mores toppings. I have all of them on hand (lucky me) so I did not have to buy or make them separately. You can use big or small marshmallow, I used a combination of both for this recipe. For the crumble graham crackers, you can substitute this with any crumble biscuits, I often used crumble shortbread cookie which I think is even better than graham crackers. Although optional, a drizzle of melted chocolate on top is something that I love to always add, it is not a lot (although you are free to add MORE) but even a small amount makes eating the mashmallow even more fun and delicious. I added some chopped peanuts as well to complete my S’mores experience, almost like S’mores meet Rocky Road here guys, pure deliciousness in a glass. Bottoms up!

Smores Hot Chocolate Oat Drink For One

Hot or Cold

Yes you can serve this hot or cold, but serving it hot makes the experience better for me. I LOVE seeing the marshmallow melt which floating on top, it just makes it more S’mores like to me. If serving cold, skip the simmering after blending. Add some cube ice before serving.

How to Toast Marshmallow

I used my Creme Brulee torch to toast the marshmallow, if you don’t have one, toast the marshmallow using the stove top. If you do this, use the big marshmallow for easy toasting. Just hold the marshmallow above the stove fire and rotate until toasted then add on top of the oat drink. You can also skip the toasting and just sprinkle marshmallow on top of the drink. 

Ok, let’s get started!


  • 1 cup Full Fat Milk (non-dairy works too)
  • 4 teaspoon Honey (or Maple, or any sweetener of your choice)
  • 1/4 cup Rolled Oats
  • 1 tablespoon Cocoa Powder
  • 1 teaspoon crushed Graham Crackers– or any similar biscuit
  • 1 tablespoon Marshmallow
  • 1 teaspoon melted Chocolate
  • 1 teaspoon Peanuts – chopped


Transfer milk in a microwave safe glass. Add honey and rolled oats. Microwave for about 1 minute. Transfer in a blender and add the cocoa powder. Blend until smooth and creamy. Transfer in a pan, and bring to a simmer for about 2-3 minutes under medium heat while stirring. Do NOT boil to avoid scalding the milk which could result to curdling. You just want it warm but not boiling. Transfer in a serving glass. Top with marshmallow, chopped peanuts, crumble graham crackers and drizzle of melted chocolate.

Serves 1

Single Serving Smores Hot Chocolate Oat Drink

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