Marshmallow Chocolate Cookies

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What is happiness for you? It doesn’t have to be a big one, you know small things are sometimes enough to make our day. These Marshmallow Chocolate Cookies are one of those small things and you will be on cloud nine if you have a cup of coffee and one or two or more of these cookies in the morning!

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A good chocolate cookie must have chocolate inside, the ones with cocoa powder only are not enough to make someone happy. If they have extra chocolate chunks on their top, it’s for sure that you will be so delighted and when you see the snow like pieces of marshmallow on your cookie, your joy will double! My chewy chocolate m&m cookies might have the same effect on you with the colorful m&m on the top!

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Marshmallow has something that reminds me of my childhood, and this is another thing that makes me happy when doing something with it. Well, these marshmallow chocolate cookies are my first experience with marshmallow indeed, but they will not be the last! I couldn’t find mini marshmallows at the market, so I cut them into small pieces. I enjoyed making these so much! I can even try making my own marshmallow one day. Why not? If you know a good recipe for homemade marshmallow, please share it at the comments section.

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These are chewy cookies and you feel an amazing chocolate flavor at your first bite. Marshmallow cubes might stretch as you are eating and it’s another fancy part of these marshmallow chocolate cookies.

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Are you one of those who love dipping biscuits or cookies into your tea or coffee? It’s something childish as well, but who cares? They become the perfect couple that way! Let’s unify the lovers and dip our cookies into our favorite drink! Just ignore what others think about you even if you cause a mess doing that!

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I was quite amazed at how easy to make these cookies. They made 30 cookies and I took some to work. My colleagues LOVED it and they said that these were just like the store bought ones, even better. One of them has been continually asking whether I posted the recipe, so I didn’t want to make her wait any longer and decided to share it today.

Don’t you think these make perfect Valentine’s treat too?

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Marshmallow Chocolate Cookies

Rating: 51

Yield: 30 cookies

Marshmallow Chocolate Cookies

Chocolate cookies topped with marshmallow and extra chocolate chunks.

Ingredients

  • 100g dark chocolate
  • 75g butter
  • 1 and ¼ cup powdered sugar
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1 and ¾ cup all purpose flour
  • ¼ tsp baking powder
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • Topping:
  • 25g marshmallow
  • 20g dark chocolate

Instructions

  1. Line an oven tray with baking paper.
  2. Preheat oven at 180C.
  3. Melt chocolate in a heatproof bowl over boiling water and let it cool.
  4. Mix butter and powdered sugar with an electric mixer until fluffy.
  5. Add in beaten egg and mix well.
  6. In a separate bowl, sift flour, add baking powder and salt. Mix them.
  7. Add dry ingredients into the wet ones and mix with a spatula until combined well s that it won’t stick to your hands.
  8. Chill it in the refrigerator for 20 minutes.
  9. Make small balls from the dough and place them in the tray.
  10. Place chocolate chunks and marshmallow pieces on the cookie balls and bake for 12 minutes.
  11. Transfer them on a wire rack with the baking paper, they will be too soft to touch, sol et them cool completely.
  12. You can store these in an airtight container up to a week.
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Comments

  1. Jessica says

    You may want to double check your recipe. I think you are missing some ingredients and steps… For example you never wrote when to add the chocolate mixture. Also, the dough is too dry to come together, probably missing vanilla and other wet ingredients.

    • says

      Jessica, melted chocolate is poured in the sugar-butter-add mixture and then this mixture is combined with the dry ingredients. Forgot to write it in the instructions, I’ve corrected it just now. Thanks for reminding!

  2. L says

    These look gorgeous!!! But I can’t see the recipe? All I see is the title “Ingredients”?

  3. M says

    These cookies look amazing. But I can’t find the recipe. All i see is the the recipe for Turkish Delight.

    • says

      There was a technical problem. It looks like the recipes of my two posts switched. Can’t understand how. I corrected them and they are working fine now. Thanks for letting me know!

  4. jeffrey hittel says

    Hello, Use Alton Brown’s marshmallow recipe, from FoodNetwork. It works every time. There is even an option for Mini marshmallows. You Need a stand mixer! Marshmallows are a kitchen ” science project”, fun to make, and taste even better!

  5. Sari says

    Sounds great, but how do I convert from grams? I usually use ounces for chocolate (or squares for baking chocolate) and cups or Tablespoon for butter. 25g marshmellow – have no idea how to convert that one!

    • says

      Hi Sari, When you write grams to ounce at google, it gives the converted version. You can easily convert the measurements here to whatever measurement you are using.

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