Chocolate Marshmallow Sour Cream Waffles

READY IN: 22mins
Recipe by Chef Patience

I was making waffles the other day, but I was out of eggs. So I adapted a recipe and then made further changes by adding chocolate and marshmallows. Yummy.

Top Review by AprilShowers

This recipe was a total flop. I followed the recipe to a T and ended up with a big sticky, odd tasting mess. On my first try I put only a couple of tablespoons of batter on my waffle iron, as was specified in the instructions. When I opened up the iron basically there was just melted marshmallows and a tiny amount of cooked batter spread out on the iron. The second time I put a good 1/2-3/4 cup of batter on the iron thinking that this would be enough to cook into an actual waffle of sorts. Same thing happened though and the marshmallow melted leaving broken sections of cooked waffle parts that had to be scraped off the iron into a heap. I did taste the remains and it was odd. Definate sour cream taste and very little else. So all this recipe has afforded me is a big sticky mess to clean up and an unfulfilled craving for chocolate waffles! Added Comment: It looks as though my waffle iron is ruined. I can find no way to successfully remove the melted marshmallow coating that covers the entire iron without scraping it which would take forever and ruin the nonstick surface anyway or soaking in water which would also obviously ruin the iron. So now I also get to throw my waffle iron away as a result of trying this recipe. :(

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat your waffle iron.
  2. Mix together sour cream, milk, butter and sugar.
  3. Sift the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and cocoa powder together into the sour cream mixture.
  4. Lastly, mix in the mini marshmallows.
  5. The mixture will be pretty thick.
  6. Spoon 2 tablespoons of the mixture onto your waffle iron.
  7. The cooking time will depend on your waffle iron. I set mine at 3, and cooked the waffles for 3 minutes.

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