Chocolate Marshmallow Rolls

It’s almost Christmas time! Do you have snow yet (for those who have some!)? We did about 3 weeks ago but it’s long gone! We have abnormally high temperature for the season!

Ok so here is a recipe my mom does each and every Christmas, a treat that we are always eager to eat. She always does all these little desserts: fudge, Nanaimo (like the Halloween Nanaimo but without the orange food coloring!), cookies I will be doing very soon for you (those are quite new, maybe 5-6 Christmas’, the others she’s been doing since before I was born!) and all other treats she might think of! This is actually the first time I do them myself so I guess you are lucky! They are surprisingly easy to make! They are always a huge hit so don’t hesitate to double, triple and more the recipe! My mom must double it because each Christmas we have white marshmallow rolls and these colourful, fruit-taste ones. I’ve never been able to choose if I prefer the white ones or the fruit ones, I think I never will!

For the next few weeks I’ll be mostly focusing on Christmas-themed sweets. Hope you’ll like them!

belle2

Chocolate Marshmallow Rolls
2 rolls, about 12 pieces each.

Ingredients
6 squares semi-sweet chocolate (you can use 1 package of chocolate chips instead)
1/2 cup butter
1 egg
1 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup chopped walnuts (you can omit them if you want to)
1 package small marshmallows (white or colored/fruits)

Directions

  1. Melt the butter and the chocolate in a saucepan. Remove from heat.
  2. Add the egg and the powdered sugar.
  3. Let cool a little then add the vanilla, the nuts and the marshmallows (you don’t want them to melt so wait for the mix to be cool enough). Mix well.
  4. Pour on two aluminium foil and spread out. Form into a roll using the foil to surround it.
  5. Refrigerate (or freeze). When ready to serve, remove the foil and slice the roll. You can keep them in the freezer for a long long time!

belle1


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Comments

  1. i made a recipe like this at this time last year!

    but i used buttescotch chips and PB with the marshmallows rather than choc. yours looks so good and rich..YUM!

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