I don’t know about you but a marshmallow (or two) will always put me in a good mood. That soft texture and sweet taste are just like heaven for me. And while you can eat marshmallows on their own, they will taste even extra better when you mix them with some of your favorite treats! With that said, I have here 31 fluffy and delicious marshmallow recipes you can easily make.
31. Marshmallow Cake
This marshmallow-infused dessert is a lighter twist on a cheesecake that a buddy from Japan introduced me to. It’s an ideal choice for those seeking a sweet finale to their dining experience.
Note: This dish includes uncooked eggs. It’s advised that expecting mothers, children, seniors, and those with weakened immune systems refrain from consuming it.
Slather Marshmallow Filling between your favorite cookies for an irresistible combination.
Many of us hold cherished memories of unique dishes relished during the festive season of Christmas from our childhood. A vivid remembrance for me is my father preparing a delightful fudge for our big family (we were six siblings). The most recent memory I have of him creating this treat dates back almost a quarter-century ago, back when our home was filled with all the siblings.
Interestingly, the recipe traces back to a seven-ounce container label of Kraft’s marshmallow fluff. Labelled as “fantasy fudge”, its taste remains unchanged in my memories.
Considering the recipe yields nearly three pounds of this sweet delight, I understand why its preparation became less frequent; that’s quite a bit of sweetness!
Should I decide to recreate this recipe, I’m considering increasing the walnuts’ quantity and perhaps trying almond essence in place of vanilla. As for the marshmallow component, substituting it with an equivalent amount of regular marshmallows seems feasible.
Craving a rich chocolate delight? Try a dense chocolate biscuit with a melt-in-your-mouth marshmallow core.
These treats boast of mini-marshmallows and petite chocolate nibs in their mix, but the real surprise? A huge marshmallow halved and nestled in the center.
Whip out your cameras for a best marshmallow recipe!
After spending time in Canada, I acquired a taste for poutine.
So this festive, sugary creation is right in my zone!
Picture a sweet potato dessert with aromatic baked apples as companions. Scrumptious, isn’t it?
The essence of this dish is a harmonious blend of sweet potatoes, marshmallow cream, apple pie essence, and crispy caramel popcorn.
Present it individually with topping choices, or have a communal dish for a shared experience.
Could this even surpass the original poutine? Maybe!
These marshmallow-infused delights are utterly charming.
Serve them solo, or stick them onto vibrant paper straws for whimsical, edible presents.
My preference is Golden Grahams cereal. Yet, pairing them with pretzels or crisps could be an intriguing twist.
It was inevitable – the classic crispy treat with a cocoa twist.
This iteration uses Cocoa Krispies and is dotted with chocolate pieces.
For a richer depth, consider blending melted chocolate with the marshmallow mix. A drizzling of chocolate, maybe even salted caramel, would be a grand finish.
Preparing for a gathering? A hassle-free yet stunning dessert can be a game-changer.
These skewers, made from juicy strawberries, ready-made brownie pieces, and fluffy marshmallows, are a visual and gustatory delight.
Complete them with a hint of chocolate drizzle.
You might have relished rocky road gelato. But what about its solid candy counterpart?
This version, a blend of chocolate, marshmallow, and nuts, has a special touch.
Melted butter in the chocolate provides a softer consistency. And the added cookie bits?
Textures play a significant role here: pillowy marshmallows juxtaposed with crunchy nuts.
22. Rocky Road
Did the image catch your eye? Their cuteness is overwhelming, right?
The candy scarves and tangy gummy noses add a fun flair.
And the mini-chocolate hat? It’s the cherry on top.
Caught a glimpse of that photo? Their charm is beyond words, right?
The candy scarves coupled with that vibrant gummy nose make them irresistible.
The miniature chocolate-peanut butter caps are the perfect finishing touch.
20. Apple Nachos
There’s an undeniable allure to caramel-coated apples during the autumn season. The blend of soft caramel and crunchy apple is iconic.
But crafting them can be a bit chaotic, leading me to adore this alternative.
Gather a good amount of apple slices and drizzle them generously with caramel.
Arrange them similar to the traditional nachos and cheese layering.
I personally love showering it with toppings, but allowing others to customize is a fun option.
I promise, youngsters won’t be able to get enough!
Transitioning from sweet nachos to a dessert pie!
This dessert pie isn’t exactly on the healthier spectrum compared to the apple layers above.
With its sugary crust and an extravagant blend of marshmallow, cocoa, and caramel, anticipate a delightful treat.
A chocolate-chip dough base can be a variation. Perhaps sprinkle some peanut or toffee bits for a taste twist.
Chocolate base + soft marshmallow + creamy chocolate layer = my latest indulgence.
It’s challenging to stop baking (and eating!) these squares. Brownies on their own are already captivating.
But combining them with marshmallow and a rich chocolate layer?
I often indulge way before it’s entirely cooled. Expect these to challenge your self-control; you might find yourself baking extra every time.
These treats have gained popularity online, and rightfully so!
They’re charming and perfect as little presents.
The thrill of watching them burst in a steaming mug is unbeatable.
I’ve come across various chocolate variants, including the rare ruby type.
Silicone molds are essential for crafting these. Opt for any mold design, ensuring there’s space for cocoa and marshmallows.
Move aside, hot fudge!
This super simple recipe needs just three ingredients and 15 minutes to become a silky smooth, sweet-as-pie sauce that will make all your desserts pop.
Try it over ice cream, drizzled on cake, or how about lathered over a hot fudge brownie?
Okay, brace for a bit of messiness – it’s marshmallow territory after all!
This concoction offers a delightful sweet bite.
The marshmallow wrap uses condensed milk, lending a rich, soft texture.
Ensure your graham crackers are finely crumbled for smooth coverage.
For an added twist, consider toasting the coconut before layering.
No-bake desserts are my favorite!
As much as I love a warm pie or freshly baked cookies, I hate turning the oven on during the summer.
So I turn to no-bake recipes to satisfy my sweet tooth. And this recipe sure does deliver!
Rainbow marshmallows are the star of this dish and really pop against the dark chocolate.
When it sets, it’s like a thick, colorful block of chewy fudge, and you won’t be able to have just one slice.
This toasted marshmallow ice cream will have you swooning in no time. Made with actually toasted marshmallows and in the convenience of a mason jar, it’s easy, portable, and perfect for snacking during those hot summer days.
Baking season wouldn’t be complete without these Hot Chocolate Sugar Cookies made with mini marshmallows and hot cocoa mix.
These Salted Caramel Marshmallow Popcorn Treats make the perfect salty-sweet snack the entire family will love.
Yes, you absolutely can make s’mores in the oven. Some might argue that they are better than cooked over an open fire! The chocolate gets nice and melted and the marshmallows brown perfectly on one side and become all soft in the middle. Pop the top graham cracker on and your have one killer s’more!
Soft and chewy Vegan S’mores Cookies that are gluten-free and allergy-free! These cookies are made with graham-flavored cookie dough and loaded with a chopped dairy-free chocolate bar and sweet allergen-free marshmallows! Everything you love about delicious s’mores, except you can make them in 15 minutes, indoors, without a campfire!
A s’mores cheesecake is my way of bringing the great outdoors inside. Because it contains all of the elements one wants from s’mores (without the open flame and mess), I actually think it’s the better option.
Watergate Salad is a classic dessert salad recipe that’s perfect for holidays and potlucks. The combination of pistachio pudding, pineapple, marshmallows, pecans, and creamy whipped topping is simply delightful!
This Strawberry fluff salad recipe is an easy dessert salad made with strawberry pie filling, pineapple chunks, Cool Whip, mini marshmallows, and a few other simple ingredients.
Your favourite traditional rocky road recipe meets Cadbury’s and Galaxy in this tasty Thermomix rocky road. Loaded with Cadburys crunchie rocks, marshmallows, and Galaxy smooth chocolate bars this is a game changer.
Soup Maker Hot Chocolate With Condensed Milk. Introducing you to the best hot chocolate recipe using the Ninja hot and cold blender.
Rocky Road Brownies are everything you love about the classic ice cream flavor without the risk of melting. Topped with chopped nuts, chocolate chips and mini marshmallows these fudgy brownies are a fun twist on dessert.
A soft and chewy cookie, Marshmallow Chocolate Chip Cookies are an easy cookie recipe with gooey mini marshmallows, semi-sweet chocolate chips and blended rolled oats to add to the amazing texture of these cookies. These are the perfect cookies for dunking into a glass of milk, coffee or tea!
A luscious, homemade marshmallow fluff sandwiched between two soft, chocolaty cookies. Delicious with a tall glass of milk dessert recipe!
- Toasted Marshmallow Mason Jar Ice Cream
- Hot Chocolate Sugar Cookies
- Salted Caramel Marshmallow Popcorn Treats
- How To Make S’mores in the Oven
- Vegan S’mores Cookies (Gluten-Free, Allergy-Free)
- S’mores Cheesecake- No Campfire Needed!
- Watergate Salad
- Strawberry Fluff Salad
- Thermomix Rocky Road
- Soup Maker Hot Chocolate With Condensed Milk
- Rocky Road Brownies
- Marshmallow Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Hot Chocolate Cookies with Homemade Marshmallow Fluff
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