Good day. My friends and I are planning on making a skillet based smores but with a twist. I've seen tons and tons of recipes but the basic recipe is that there's chocolate at the bottom of the skillet, with marshmallows on top, lining it. The skillet is then placed in the oven at a certain temperature for a certain period of time. The recipes vary on how you want your marshmallows.
However, we find the basic recipes bland after a certain period of time, and we want to spice things up. A common idea we had was to borrow how some cakes are drenched with baileys or kalhua, and we want to incorporate that with our skillet smores. However, we are not sure how to go about adding alcohol in skillet smores.
Our idea is to lace the chocolate with liquor before adding the mallows on top and putting it in the oven. However, we are unsure what happens to the liquor's alcohol if it would burn out. As much as possible, we want to preserve the alcohol as we are not sure what happens to our liquor of choice when the alcohol burns out.
Can anyone help us, and give us and idea on how to go about liquor laced skillet smores? Thank you.