Who doesn’t like soft, fluffy marshmallows covered in rich chocolate? Seriously, who? From chocolate marshmallow cookies to bars to brownies and even wontons, we’ve got you covered with this list. You’ll want to save more than a “little room” for dessert this time around.
1. White Chocolate Blueberry Marshmallow Treats
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If you crave seamless summer dessert concepts, you have to try these vegan White Chocolate Blueberry Marshmallow Treats by Gabrielle St. Claire!
2. Chocolate Covered Marshmallows
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Yes, you can make gelatin-free marshmallows at home — and it’s easy! These Chocolate Covered Marshmallows by Inka Szot use agar agar, a type of sea vegetable, in place of the traditional gelatin. They’re spiced with saffron and cinnamon, then covered with chocolate but you can try different spices and coatings to find what you like best. These marshmallows are perfect for snacking, sundaes, or for stirring into a big mug of hot cocoa.
3. Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Hearts
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Need an easy treat for Valentine’s Day? Try these Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Hearts by Gabrielle St. Claire! They’re crispy, chewy, a little fruity, and dipped in chocolate. There is no food coloring here, just dragonfruit! You’ll love seeing faces light up when you hand these out.
4. #5under5: Gooey Marshmallow and Chocolate Bourbon Sweet Potato Pop Tarts
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This is part of One Green Planet’s #5under5 recipe series, a collection of original plant-based recipes that cost less than $5 per serving and can be made with only five ingredients. No way, right?! Sweet potato and marshmallow casserole is ubiquitous on the American Thanksgiving table – creamy spiced sweet potatoes topped with gooey toasted marshmallows? Heaven! But what would happen if you turned that iconic side dish into hand pies and threw bourbon and chocolate chips into the mix? Friends, it’s as just good as you would imagine … It’s even better. This #5under5 Gooey Marshmallow and Chocolate Bourbon Sweet Potato Pop Tarts by One Green Planet is spectacular!
5. Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Bars
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There’s not much to say about these Chocolate Marshmallow Popcorn Bars by Sheri Silver. This is good because you’re going to want to make them today, in time for lunch boxes, soccer practice treats, after-school snacks, or just for yourself!
6. 4 Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Marshmallow Fudge
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It has only 4 rather than 40 ingredients (5 if you count the cooking oil spray, which is optional). Plus, there’s no baking, no muss, no fuss, and hardly any clean-up! You have to try this 4 Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Marshmallow Fudge by Rhea Parsons!
7. Chocolate Chip, Cornflake, and Marshmallow Cookies
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Bridge Rose saw this type of cookie a few times on the internet and apparently, it’s from some New York milk bar, but seeing as she neither drinks milk—nor frequents New York—she figured that trying her hand at making these Chocolate Chip, Cornflake, and Marshmallow Cookies would be a nifty experiment. Experiments which end in the production of cookies are generally worthwhile, especially if those cookies contain chocolate chips, marshmallows, and corn flakes.
8. Dark Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Blondies
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These Dark Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Blondies by Lisa Dawn Angerame are so super delicious and decadent that a description doesn’t do them justice! If you can find mini vegan marshmallows (like Dandies) then you don’t have to cut up the marshmallows, which will save a step.
9. Spiced Hot Chocolate S’mores Brownies
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This brownie is a variation of the cake Dustin Harder created when he competed in the final round of the Food Network Girl Scout Cookie Championship television show. The cake was a six-layer, two-tiered, double barrel cake featuring chili peppers from a surprise ingredient table and the vegan s’mores girl scout cookie. These Spiced Hot S’mores Brownies by Dustin Harder offer up the chocolatey, spicy, marshmallow ooey-gooey fun the cake did, only in one simple layer, one pan, and a fraction of the time. Oh, and also without the pressure of doing it on TV in front of a panel of judges and a dozen cameras on you.
10. Caramel Fluffernutter Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Caramel isn’t just for topping apples and ice cream. These Caramel Fluffernutter Chocolate Chip Cookies by Tori Cooper get their depth from it and then get complimented with a melty marshmallow to finish things off.
11. Hot Chocolate Cupcakes
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These Hot Chocolate Cupcakes by Holly Jade have a chocolate sponge cake filled with a chocolate sauce, with a bulb of vanilla buttercream, topped with vegan marshmallows and a drizzle of dark chocolate. These cupcakes are a cozy treat that is quick & easy to make!
12. Chocolate Biscuit Cake
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This Chocolate Biscuit Cake by Aisling Tuck has all the crunch of your favorite tea cookies with all the decadence of a rich, creamy chocolate cake. The crunchy cookies are wrapped in smooth rich chocolate, with the surprise pop of marshmallows and dried fruit nuts You can enjoy this cake with coffee or break it out for a special occasion and get creative with your decorations.
13. S’mores Baked Alaska
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The polar ice caps are melting and global temperatures are rising at an alarming rate, but this miniature edible iceberg still manages to keep its cool in the face of a smoldering flame. Resting upon a sturdy graham cracker platform, creamy scoops of chocolate ice cream remain insulated by a frothy meringue cloak. Toasting to a marshmallowy consistency, the overall effect is that of an indoor s’more, complete with the excitement of an open fire. This S’mores Baked Alaska by Hannah Kaminsky can be finished either in the oven or with a kitchen torch. Just set the broiler on your oven to its highest setting when you’re ready to bring the heat.
14. Chocolate Fluffernutter Doughnuts
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Loaded with peanut butter, topped with marshmallow frosting, and drizzled with melted peanut butter and chocolate, these rich Chocolate Fluffernutter Doughnuts by Anna Bannister come together in just 20 minutes from start to finish Perfect for decadent weekend brunches, weekday desserts, and because you won’t be able to resist, they also make great mid-day snacks.
15. Crispy S’Mores Wontons
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If you love s’mores anything, chocolatey and marshmallowy, you have to try these Crispy S’Mores Wontons by Gabrielle St. Claire. S’mores are a favorite treat of summer, but they can be messy. These creative snacks take away the mess by wrapping up all the melty chocolate and gooey marshmallows in a neat little wonton wrapper. Yum!
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