Marshmallow Brownies

These toasted marshmallow topped super fudgy chocolate brownies will win over anyone. Try these out and you will not go back to eating a regular brownie again..and yes they’re eggless!

Marshmallow Brownies

Soft fluffy toasted marshmallows over gooey double chocolate brownie..this is as close as you can get to heaven. Trust me! I’m in awe of how wonderful this brownie bar tasted. The marshmallows after baking turn all soft and stretchy which makes every bite  perfect. You feel the dense chocolate brownie against the sweetness of the marshmallows and it all tastes harmonious. Even if I tried, I couldn’t fault this brownie..there’s not one thing I’d change in it.. It’s just so perfect! Yes..It’s pure indulgence..but when an indulgence is this good I don’t mind putting on a few grams :p

Marshmallow Brownies -2

 

This brownie recipe is just like my peanut butter swirl brownie. The base is exactly the same..I’ve only changed the topping to marshmallows. These brownies bake real fast and have no eggs in them, I put condensed milk to make them extra gooey in case you’re wondering. This is a double chocolate brownie, I’ve put cocoa powder and melted chocolate to make it extra chocolatey. The melted chocolate makes the brownie what it is. If you’ve ever wondered why your brownie turns out like a chocolate cake and not a fudgy brownie, try adding melted chocolate to it and you’ll see the difference. Try adding about 80 grams melted chocolate to every cup of flour and adjust it..if you’d like it to be more fudgy add 20 more grams. This  recipe calls for 100 grams which is the perfect amount.

Marshmallow Brownies

You can use just about any marshmallows you have available..homemade, packaged, small, big, pink, white..any would do! I made a checkered pattern with pink and white marshmallows..you can do that or just go with white. If you don’t want so many marshmallows over your brownies, try snipping them in half lengthwise with a scissor and arrange them over the brownie. And like I always say..play with it..Do what you like. As long as the base recipe is the same..sky’s the limit to accessorizing this brownie.

RECIPE: Marshmallow Brownies

Makes: 1 9″x9″ brownie       Prep Time: 20 minutes        Baking Time: 25 minutes

INGREDIENTS

  • All Purpose Flour, 1 cup (128 grams)
  • Baking Powder, 1 teaspoon
  • Cocoa Powder, 1/3 cup
  • Softened Butter, 2 tablespoons
  • Sugar, 2/3 cup (mix of white granulated and dark brown)
  • Condensed Milk, 100 grams
  • Melted Dark Chocolate, 100 grams
  • Milk, 1/2 cup (or 120 ml)
  • Vanilla Essence, 1 teaspoon
  • Marshmallows, enough to cover the brownie

METHOD

In a bowl, sift together flour, cocoa powder and baking powder. Keep aside to be used later.

In a second bowl, whisk butter for a few minutes until light in color and fluffy. Add in the sugars and whisk again for a 3-4 minutes. Add in the condensed milk and whisk thoroughly for only a couple of minutes.

Add in the dry flour mix set aside to the wet mix little by little until everything is evenly combined. DO NOT OVERMIX or your brownie will sink in the centre. Mix until you no longer see dry flour, then add in the milk and incorporate with the batter followed by the melted chocolate and vanilla essence.

Preheat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes.

Grease your pan and line the bottom with parchment or butter paper. Pour the brownie batter in the tin and smooth the surface with a  spatula.

Bake in the preheated oven for 25 minutes in the medium rack at 175 degrees Celsius. Take out your brownie 15 minutes into baking line and line it with marshmallows. Bake for the remaining 10 minutes and take out when done.

Let the brownie cool a little bit before taking it out of the pan.

Let it cool completely before cutting slices. Use a very sharp knife and dip it in warm water before cutting every slice to get neat finish.

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Liked this brownie idea? Why don’t you try this Peanut Butter Swirl Brownie (Eggless)

Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies (eggless)

 

 

 

 

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47 thoughts on “Marshmallow Brownies

  1. Radhika, these look abs gorgeous!!! And you take good pictures too. I am so glad the recipe has no egg, will surely try…. my daughter and her friends are gonna love me more -haha.

    • Loved that stretchy marshmallow for sure! It literally melts in your mouth..! By far the best brownie I’ve made ! Thank you Jess for all the sweet words:)

  2. Hi radhika,

    Well I started following you on instagram about 2 days back and i was instantly glued to ur page! This is my first visit to your blog and I feel like im in my happy place 🙂 in love with everything around here.

    And coming to this recipe which I am definitely gonna try this week, by condensed milk do you mean milkmaid??

    • Hi Roshni!

      This comment just made me so happy!!! 🙂 Thank you so much for all the lovely words.. Keep reading and coming back !

      About the condensed milk.. Yes, I mean milkmaid. I use amul but you can easily use nestle. No issues with that!

      If you have any more questions or any problem with the recipe, let me know! I’d be more than happy to walk you through it. 🙂

      Best,
      Radhika

      (PS don’t forget to take pictures of it and upload them on instagram)

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  6. hi radhika, so i made these that day.. and oh my god!!! they were divine like not even kidding. everyone loved it! thanks for an amazing recipe 😀

  7. Hiiii Radhika
    I’m a amateur baker and can’t wait to try out these marshmallow brownies.
    I tried your red velvet brownies too. Need a bit more practice to master them.
    Can you please guide me with the melted chocolate part. Which chocolate to use and the right way to melt it. Cause using the normal chocolate and melting it in a microwave just doesn’t work. Waiting for your reply. Thanks 🙂

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