Friday, October 06, 2017


It really isn’t a secret how much I love marshmallows and brownies, so this seemed like a natural dessert combination for me. These are so fudgy and delicious, yet so amazingly easy to make. If you don’t have a mixer, or don’t want to use it, you can make them by hand, just using a wooden spoon.
They are quick to make, too - in under 30 minutes, you could be enjoying the symphony that is the combination of chocolate and marshmallows. I used miniature marshmallows, but you can use regular or jumbo ones, just make sure to cut them in half. And you can even use coffee marshmallows, for the ultimate dessert combination!

150 grams plain flour
4 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
200 grams granulated sugar
120 grams butter
2 teaspoons vanilla
100 ml whole milk
100 grams mini marshmallows

Sift together the flour and the cocoa powder, then set it aside. Add softened butter to a large bowl, add in the sugar, and blend with an electric mixer on low, until smooth. You do not need to whip much air into the butter and sugar, you just need them combined and creamy. Add in roughly half of the dry ingredients, and blend with a sturdy spatula or a wooden spoon. Pour in the vanilla and the milk, blend briefly, then add the rest of the dry ingredients, along with the mini marshmallows.
Blend with a spatula until just combined; any more mixing will make them tough and crumbly. Line a small square pan (20x20 cm) with baking paper, then pour in the batter, and smooth it out. Bake in a preheated oven, at 180°C, for about 15-20 minutes. Test the brownies with a toothpick around the 15-minute mark, to make sure they do not overbake. Yields 9 brownies.
Baker’s note: You can add additional marshmallows on top in the final 5 minutes of baking.

1 comment:

  1. Dee-li-ciously Di-vi-ne!!! Thanks for sharing, following you on Pinterest and Pinning this ASAP!!!


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