Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins

My friends and I used to make these when we were in high school. These things are definitely sweet! If you are like me and are not crazy about marshmallow, you can sub peanut butter. Could be good for an after-school snack for older kids. Definitely something older kids can whip up themselves, as the only appliance is a microwave.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Warm tortillas in microwave by covering them with a kitchen towel and heating on high one minute.
  2. Spread marshmallow fluff evenly over tortillas.
  3. Sprinkle chocolate chips and nuts evenly over each tortilla.
  4. Roll tortillas. Place on a microwave-safe plate. Place plate in microwave and microwave on high 30 seconds, or until marshmallow is warm and gooey.
Most Helpful

Mmmmm! sounds good and i can't wait to make it for my kids to enjoy it. Oh and i'm planning to make a whole lot for my sons birthday party. Thanks for the recipe!!!

aries27guam February 20, 2007

I have an 8 yr old cousin that visits quite a bit and we make these! We call them Chocolate Quesidillas, we use chocolate chips or syrup if we dont have chips, peanut butter, and just a touch of marshmallow cream (she is not too keen on marshmallows). She loves these, but we usually just make 1 with one tortilla, and we each get half. I definitely will try it with the nuts.

foxysnana February 14, 2007

These were ooey gooey and fun to make. The girls had such fun making their own and eating them. Thank you for this fun treat.

looneytunesfan February 13, 2007