Chocolate Cheerios Marshmallow Bars

I saw this recipe awhile ago on the Pillsbury website (here) and knew I had to make it. I kind of have a thing for s’mores. Or maybe it’s just chocolate and marshmallows together. Either way, I love them. And this recipe surely didn’t disappoint! It was quite tasty (as I sit here and type with one hand because I’m eating these with the other hand.) =o)

Ingredients:

Crust
* 1 c. AP flour
* 1 c. Chocolate Cheerios cereal, crushed
* 2/3 c. packed brown sugar
* 1/2 t. baking powder
* 1/2 c. butter, softened
* 1 t. vanilla
* 3 cups miniature marshmallows

Topping
* 2/3 c. light corn syrup
* 1/4 c. butter
* 1 t. vanilla
* 1 bag (11.5 ounce) milk chocolate chips
* 4 cups Chocolate Cheerios cereal

Directions
– Heat oven to 350 degrees.
– Get a helper to help you crush the Cheerios!


– Line bottom and side of a 13 x 9 inch pan with foil. In a large bowl, mix all crust ingredients except marshmallows with electric mixer on low speed until crumbly. Press firmly into bottom of pan.

– Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven. Immediately sprinkle with marshmallows and return to oven. Bake an additional 1 to 2 minutes or until marshmallows just begin to puff. Cool while preparing topping.

– In a large saucepan, place all topping ingredients except cereal. Heat over medium-low heat just until chips are melted and mixture is smooth, stirring constantly.
– Remove from heat and add cereal.

– Immediately spoon over marshmallows, spread to cover.


Now, here’s the hard part, cool completely. This will be tough because you’ll want to dig in and enjoy them!


Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. I saw this recipe too and I actually have it bookmarked, lol. Glad they are a hit, they look and sound SO good!

  2. yummy! might be this weeks treat! lol

  3. These look nummy! Your assistant looks eager to dig in!

  4. I have a 14 year old boy who would devour the pan!! Love it!!

  5. Such a fun treat for kids!

  6. Yay! My kids would love this – I seriously love the crust, thanks for sharing!

  7. Oh wow! These look great! I love anything with marshmallows and chocolate too:)

  8. Erin, I just love how you will often have pics of your kids helping you cook and bake! I am sure they will remember these times well into their adulthood!

  9. Oh these definitely sound good. I think I’d prefer these over Rice Krispie treats any day.

  10. We are addicted to chocolate cheerios in our house! ♥- K

  11. WOW those look amazing… my kids would love to help make them, and my husband would bthem up for sure.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  12. I love this recipe, it looks so simple! Plus, it has chocolate cheerios, another winner in my book!

  13. Erin, this would have to be a winner with the unders and the overs. It’s a swooooon and crunch type of slice! Five stars for you!

  14. sure they were thrilled. Never tried the chocolate cherrios

  15. These look delicious and so CUTE!! I’m so going to try them! Following you now through MOMS CRAZY COOKING – follow back if you’d like.
    http://helpfuldaddy.blogspot.com

  16. I’ve made things like this before but it never entered my mind to add flour to it. I bet it made it more stable, huh?

  17. That looks so yummy!

  18. ok….that looks so good. I better don’t make it. I know myself…..I will eat the whole thing in one day >.<

  19. Oh, my boys are going to love these!! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog 🙂
    xo,
    Laurie 🙂

  20. Thanks so much for linking up to THIS WEEK’S CRAVINGS.

    We would like to invite you back next Monday for a new theme “Husband’s Cook”; so if you have a post already or want to get your significant other in the kitchen this week, next week’s linky party is gonna be loads of fun, I know I can’t WAIT to see what my “non-cooking husband is gonna make”!

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/search/label/THIS%20WEEKS%20CRAVINGS

  21. Mmmmm…Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

  22. These look really yummy! I love the taste of chocolate and marshmellow together.

  23. I’ve been wanting to try the Chocolate Cheerios, and now I have a good reason to! Thanks Erin:)

  24. LOL, i would be exactly like you if i had these on my hands, typing with one hand while the other one gets busy feeding my mouth! These look delectable! Chcoolate Cheerios, Gooey marshmallow and a cookie base. YUM YUM YUM!

  25. such a delicious treats for kids and not only (i’m pretty sure i won’t resist the temptation either)
    thanks for sharing

  26. I don’t know how I missed this post. Maybe my waistline did it on purpost, because this is the PERFECT treat for me. Oh I can almost taste them right now. I am so making them and soon.

  27. This looks great! And I love the Pumpkin lit up milk jugs! Very cool. I saw you on Strut your Stuff on Somewhat Simple. I am adding you to my blog roll. http://koolbeenz-blog.blogspot.com/

  28. Oooh, that looks GOOD! I may have to get my hands on some chocolate cheerios and make this with my kids before Spring Break is over this weekend! Yum!

    http://dojocrafting.blogspot.com

  29. Love! Chocolaty and gooey, you can’t beat that.

    I hope you’ll stop by again this week for Sweet Tooth Friday! http://alli-n-son.com/2011/03/31/toffee-snickerdoodle-cookies/

  30. Mmmm, chocolaty, marshmallowy, delicious goodness! Your pictures look great, thanks for sharing this yummy recipe.

  31. ooo, these look delicious. Your helper looks so happy to help crush Cheerios 🙂 What a sweety. Thanks for linking to my party.

    Sarah

  32. this looks seriously great! you should share with cheerios, they featured one of my recipes! you can find the girl who reached out to me on my blog under my cheerio peanut butter cluster recipe. anyway! thanks for sharing, lots of love happening for this and all your posts 🙂
    -meg
    @ http://clutzycooking.blogspot.com

  33. This looks like a fun treat!!!

  34. OH WOW I think I may not know when to stop if I eat those 🙂

    Your helper is so cute! LOVE the monkey PJ’s 🙂

  35. Hi Erin I love you Blog and the recipe thank you for the ideas.
    im a single mom with two children and you inspired me