Marshmallow Brownies

I have always had a big pet peeve about recipes that said “mix this mix and this can together to make an easy meal,” and I’ve always thought they didn’t really deserve to be called recipes.  However, I’m going to share with you a brownie recipe that is one of those recipes.  I hope you can get past it and see my good intentions. 😉

Marshmallow Brownies

– Prepare a brownie mix or your favorite chocolate brownie recipe and bake according to package or recipe directions.

– As soon as the brownie is completely baked, pour/sprinkle marshmallows over the entire top. (I used a 9 inch x 13 inch brownie pan and about 8 ounces of mini marshmallows.) It’s fine if you can still see a little of the brownie.  The marshmallows will swell in the oven.

– Return the pan to the oven for an additional 2-4 minutes or until marshmallows are just slightly golden. (It took me about three and a half minutes. I suggest first setting your timer for 2 minutes, then checking every 1/2 or 1 minute.)

These are fabulous!

They are, however, very sticky and hard to serve. 🙂


About recipeshappen

I'm Bonnie. I'm a pharmacy technician and new wife to Bogdan. I love cooking, usually without recipes. I love good sales and coupons, but haven't quite figured out the best way to find them. I make the typical new-wife mistakes and have burned my share of cookies. I like a cold house and a hot shower all year long.
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12 Responses to Marshmallow Brownies

  1. I have made these as well. They are very good!!! I also put chocolate chips on top of the brownies and then marshmallows before putting them back in the oven.

  2. Healthy Glow Nutrition says:

    Sounds and looks delicious. I have a trick for cutting hard to cut cakes and squares etc. boil water, add to a tall heat proof cup and put a serrated knife in the water to get it really hot. This helps me get easy slices. Just repeat for each slice 😃

  3. I make brownies with the marshmallows on top, but then top it with a peanut butter/melted chocolate/rice krispie layer so it turns into chocolate-covered rice krispie treats on top of brownies. They’re awesome! 🙂

  4. Hard to serve? I think I’d just go directly at it with a spoon…looks delicious!

  5. Lovely idea! Thank you! They may be easier to serve, if you use a springform type pan, and pop them out.

  6. 1smartcookie says:

    My nana taught me a recipe as a child that involved, chocolate, marshmallows and butterscotch in a brownie mix..(I LOVE sweets.. and I love to cook..) This is my first post to your site.. but i wanted to say I really enjoy what you have written.. I am a HS teacher who has 2 children , 4 grand kids and a cat ( I like the cat best)..

    I look forward to learning more about everyone.

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