Chocolate Marshmallow Chubbies are a cross between a brownie and a cookie and are full of ooey gooey chocolate marshmallow deliciousness!
The inspiration for this recipe actually came from one of my favorite TV shows…..The Goldbergs. It’s about a family set in 1980 something and it’s hilarious. In one of the episodes, they mentioned Chocolate Marshmallow Chubbies as being their family’s favorite cookie. Of course, I immediately went online only to not find a recipe! I knew I had to set out to create my own. It took quite a few rounds of testing to get this cookie just right. It’s like a cookie, but with the texture of a fudgey brownie, with bits of melted chocolate and marshmallow mixed throughout. It’s absolutely heavenly!
How do I make my cookies thick and tall?
For a taller cookie, you’ll want to cool off the dough and let the butter in it harden up before baking. You can bake them immediately, but they will spread out and be a thinner cookie. For best results, take the time to chill the cookie before baking.
How can I keep my marshmallows from spreading too much in the cookie?
You can freeze your marshmallows! This will keep them from spreading and melting in the cookie too much. Pull them out of the freezer just before placing into the dough. If you choose to freeze your marshmallows, spread them out on a small tray or plate rather than freezing them all in a clump.
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Wow! Another delicious recipe for my grandchildren. Can’t wait for them to come back from their holiday and they shall have it !
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I added about a cup of nuts, toasted pecans and a few walnuts. I put in a few more marshmallows. I dont recommend adding more because they melted too much but were delicious anyhow. I only had regular size so I froze them and then quartered them which worked. I love them warm and cold but my son doesn’t like the warm texture. He likes them cold and totally set. These certainly satisfied my chocolate marshmallow craving.
First I must admit I’m a super picky and critical cook 🙂
I made these last night as I was craving something with marshmellows and found this recipe. I wanted to try them also cold the next day so had to hold back writing the review right away. So now I finished one for breakfast and I am in LOVE! It is 5 min out of the owen gooey, warm, chewy on the edges, perfectly sweet, not too chocolately but just perfectly chocolately. The texture is amazing!
The best part is that it is so easy to make and tastes amazing the next day as well. The marshmellows and edges are chewie and the middle is still soft like a pillow. I left them on the counter over night and just rolled in the same baking sheet they came out of the oven in.
I followed the recipe exactly and they are seriously the best dessert I have had in years!
Now I’m curious about the things I add in next, as I love nuts in cookies I might try putting some in the next time.
Well done and greatful for this post! 🙂 now printing it and saving it 😉