Chocolate and marshmallows combine to make an irresistible dessert in this recipe from Slatkin & Co. founder Harry Slatkin.

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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Line a baking sheet with a nonstick baking mat or wax paper. Place crackers, upside down on baking sheet. Spray a 1 3/4-inch ice cream scoop with nonstick cooking spray and top each cracker with 1 scoop of Marshmallow Fluff. Transfer to freezer until frozen, 2 to 3 hours.

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  • In a medium heatproof bowl, set over (but not touching) simmering water, melt chocolate and oil, mixing until combined; remove from heat. Remove crackers from freezer and coat marshmallows with a thick layer of chocolate mixture. Place on a baking sheet and return to freezer; freeze until chocolate is set, overnight.

  • Transfer marshmallow treats to a resealable plastic bag. Marshmallow treats can be kept frozen for up to 1 month. To serve, thaw marshmallow treats in refrigerator; keep refrigerated until ready to serve.

Cook's Notes

Marshmallow treats can be kept frozen for up to 1 month. To serve, thaw marshmallow treats in refrigerator; keep refrigerated until ready to serve.

Reviews (9)

2 Ratings
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05/08/2010
I decided to use chocolate wafer cookies and I also "hid" half a maraschino cherry in the middle of the marshmallow fluff--they are great!!!
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04/30/2010
I used Nilla Wafers instead of the biscuits. They were delicious!
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04/28/2010
Do you think it would work with graham crackers?
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04/28/2010
just use what what you like
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04/27/2010
where do you get these crackers
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04/27/2010
I watched the show and they used Carr's Crackers.
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04/27/2010
Can anyone tell me the brand of Wheat Biscuit Crackers?
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04/27/2010
Can anyone tell me the brand of Wheat Biscuit Crackers?
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04/27/2010
I have been making these for years. Its nothing new to me. They are great