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What a cute idea! Never would've thought of it. They turned out SO cute. The first batch I made, I did exactly as directed: put the marshmallows on top and stuck it back in the oven for 2 minutes. My "bubble bath" kind of deflated when I did that. So the second batch, I took them out after 10 minutes and put the marshmallows on top and just let them sit for about 10 minutes. That turned out much better for me. My kids loved them! :-) (Made for Spring 2010 PAC.)
Turned out super cute! Followed the recipe exactly and they turned out perfect! I did 2 batches and bought 2 bags of marshmallows and 2 boxes of teddy Graham's, but barely used 1/2 a bag of either. They will be a great snack for my son's school!
These are super easy, quick, and super cute! I used a regular cupcake tin, not mini, and it was perfect. I think next time I'll only bake them for 8-9 minutes, they got a little hard after they cooled. They taste just like a brownie, and the kids (and adults) loved them!
Made these with my DGD for the holidays and had so much fun, they are so cute and taste so good, we used both white mini marshmellows and pepperment flavored pink swirled ones. The cake part taste a lot like a brownie - they looked great in our cookie tray.
If this isn't the CUTEST kid treat I have EVER seen! I made then to take to the family Christmas Eve party tonight. I used red velvet cake to make them more festive. Easy to do just takes a bit of time to get the tins lined with cookie dough. I use cupcake liners as suggested. We sprinkled with green sugar for added holiday pizzazz! CUTE! Thanks Jennibear, very clever!