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Thread: Chocolate Marshmallow Squares

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    Senior Member Sassylass's Avatar
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    These are sinful....rich ..and oh so good!!! Cut them in small pieces and hide them!! I like to put them in the freezer and take out as needed..

    Chocolate Marshmallow Squares

    1 cups of semi sweet chocolate
    1 cups of butterscotch chips
    4 cups of icing sugar
    4 eggs
    2 cups of margarine

    Line a 9 x 13 pan with graham wafers.
    Melt chips, icing sugar, margarine and eggs together stirring often. Remove from heat and cool about 5 min. Mix in 8 cups of miniature marshmallows. Pour over wafers in pan. Cool. May be frozen.

    Make sure you cool it for the 5 min or the marshmallows will melt...you want the marshmallows to keep their shape not melt.

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    thanks, I added all of your recipes to my blog that you and I talked about on private message

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    Whats icing sugar? The powdered sugar or reg sugar?? these sound yummy!

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    Sounds wonderful. Will have to try this one.

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    Your welcome..CB :)
    Icing sugar is the powdered sugar.
    Be warned these are so good ,so rich and hard to leave alone :(

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    thanks for the recipe!

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    Thank you for sharing this recipe. Can't wait to try it!!

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    Thank you! That sounds so good!

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    Senior Member Sassylass's Avatar
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    Your welcome, I try to make these only at Christmas..best to keep them cool/cold though.

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    Thanks for sharing

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