10 Delicious and Creative Marshmallow Treats
We all love marshmallow treats. Try something new with our 10 genius flavor combinations. With flavors like mocha, birthday cake, and lemonade, there's a lot to love.
10 Marshmallow Treats Mash-Ups
We've given our favorite dessert a twist with 10 fun flavor combinations. Simply melt, mix, and press. It doesn't get much easier than that.
Try these marshmallow treat recipes next time you need something sweet!
Chocolate Coconut Candy Bar
It's like two desserts in one! A dark chocolate topping keeps these bars from being too sweet.
To make, stir in shredded coconut and top with melted dark chocolate.
This chewy bar can be customized with your trail mix favorites.
Try the classic combination of raisins, peanuts, and candies. We also love pretzel pieces, pumpkin seeds, dried fruit, and yogurt bites.
This chocolatey treat gets a jolt from espresso powder.
To make, use chocolate crisp rice cereal, semi-sweet chocolate chips, espresso powder, and crushed chocolate covered espresso beans.
Yep, it's official -- everything tastes better with bacon.
To make, stir in Nutella, a package of cooked bacon, and top with more Nutella.
Peanut Butter and Jelly
So much better than a sandwich.
Simply add creamy peanut butter, dehydrated strawberries, and drizzle with melted strawberry jam.
Brown Butter and Thyme
Our favorite childhood treat gets a totally grown-up twist with fresh thyme and brown butter.
For the most flavor, sprinkle with coarse sea salt before serving.
These zesty bars get a double dose of citrus flavor.
Stir in lemon curd and fresh lemon zest for from-the-glass flavor.
Pour yourself a tall glass of milk.
To make, add crushed oreos to the mix. For even more flavor, use chocolate crisp rice cereal.
Skip the slice! These bars are just as good and way easier than pie.
The secret ingredients? Caramel ice cream topping and chopped pecans. Top the bars with brown sugar before serving.
You can never have too many sprinkles! Top this treat with a candle and get ready to celebrate.
These bars couldn't be easier -- simply stir in sprinkes and frost.