Choco Mallow Brownies

If you haven’t guessed by now, I love brownies. Well, maybe everything chocolate. But brownies are right up there with donuts. (Oh man, don’t get me started on my love for donuts.) So when I saw this recipe over on Tiffanee’s blog One Crazy Cookie I about flipped. The pictures looked so darn good. I just knew I had to make them.

My intentions were good. I was going to make them and bring them in to work for my co-workers. I love bringing in goodies. Sadly, after I cut into these and tasted them… they stayed home. I think I ate almost the entire pan! I know! How could I have done that? Well, make them and you will find out. They ROCK the brownie world! Don’t they just look yummy?

What you will need:
* 1 box brownie mix (and the ingredients to make the brownies)
* miniature marshmallows
* 2 cups sugar
* 1/4 cup white corn syrup
* 1/2 cup milk
* dash salt
* 1/2 cup butter
* 4 Tbs cocoa or 2 squares unsweetened chocolate

Make the brownies according to the package. When they have about 5 minutes left to cook, remove them from the oven and cover them with the miniature marshmallows. Put back into the oven and cook for 5 minutes until the marshmallows are all melted. Heaven right? Now wait… it gets even better!

Let the brownies cool.

Here’s the WOW part!

Put the rest of the ingredients in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Cook for about 2 minutes.

Add 1 tsp. vanilla and 1 3/4 cup powdered sugar and mix well.

The frosting will be runny which is what you want. You want to be able to pour it over the top of the marshmallows.

Place the frosted brownies in the fridge so the frosting can set. It makes it much easier to cut if the marshmallows are cold.

Now enjoy and try to not eat the entire pan like I did =o) (Good luck with that.)

This is my first blog hop I’m participating in. 12 Weeks of Christmas Cookies. I’m all about that! Abby Sweets is hosting and has a list of all the bakers participating. (Including last weeks recipes! Come check the other recipes out!

Don’t forget to check out the other linky parties in my sidebar!

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  1. I can’t turn down anything with chocolate and marshmallows! I am sure the pan would have stayed at my house too!

  2. I can see why you made these…They look heavenly!

  3. My husband would eat the whole pan and probably lick it – he LOVES marshmallows! I’ll have to make these for him!

  4. Oh yum. My family loves making this using a chocolate cake mix. You’re right, it is difficult to stop at just one.

  5. These look so decadent! Yum!

  6. I too love brownies – so this was a great choice!

  7. this is sooo bookmarked. YUUUMMM

  8. so yummy! I did batches of brownies last year to hand out as some neighbour gifts and they went over VERY well, perhaps this year I’ll have to give these a whirl!!

    Here from tidymom, have a great weekend!

  9. These look heavenly. You can’t get much better than brownies covered in all of that goodness. I would totally eat the whole pan too:)

  10. Ooh, yum! Irresistible and dangerous.

  11. Hey Erin, if I told you you won my giveaway would you send me some? No? Ok well you still won, but I don’t seem to have your email address!

    Shoot me an email so I can send you your gift code.


  12. They look sooooo yummy!! Can’t wait to try them!

    Thanks for sharing the recipe!


  13. I love that these start with a box mix. They look yummy and goo-ey.

  14. This looks soo good! I love your blog! I am your newet follower!

  15. Oh goodness that looks SO good! Wow!
    You should come link this up to my Making It With Allie party!

  16. I’m so glad you are doing the cookie exchange….I did week one, but I just can’t keep up….but I’m dying to gather recipes, so I’m going to live vicariously through you!
    P.s. Guess what, my first post for Candy Corn week is your recipe for homemade candy corn. I linked to you, of course, it’s what got me totally motivated!

  17. Brownies + marshmallows = perfection! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  18. yum yum and more yum! These look insanely delicious!

  19. Marshmellows make everything so much better!

  20. Two keys to my heart: Chocolate and Marshmellow. Yum!!

  21. I am so glad you liked them. Now you got me wanting to make some and NOW!! Thanks for the link up. You are too sweet!!

  22. Thanks for linking up to Recipes I Can’t Wait to Try! These look so good my belly just got bigger reading this! Hopefully we’ll see you next week!


  23. I’m your newest follower.

  24. YUM! This is a must try I think!