FOOD & DRINK
01/09/2015 07:35 am ET Updated Jan 09, 2015

This Is How You Turn A Marshmallow Into A Shot Glass

Surprisingly, there are a great number of things you can take shots out of other than a glass. We've come across peppermint candy shot glasses, cookies that could work as shot glasses, even -- gulp -- meat shot glasses. And now there's another totally nonsensical way to take a shot: inside of a toasted marshmallow.

You might think that turning a soft, fluffy, sugary marshmallow into a vehicle that will get alcohol from bottle to mouth is a challenging task not worth the effort. But YouTuber The Watering Mouth has proved us all wrong. Apparently, she discovered that when marshmallows are perfectly toasted and nicely charred, they will naturally implode when cooled, forming a wonderful little pocket that's just asking for some booze.

There is a catch: marshmallows absorb liquid quickly. So once that shot is poured you had better be ready to down it -- fast. And then eat a roasted, booze-soaked marshmallow. Watch the video above to see how it's done.

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