Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Flourless Marshmallow Crunch Brownies

These are THE BEST brownies. You can make the brownies from scratch or dress up a box mix! Everyone asks for the recipe!

And now what you've all been waiting for... yesterday's mysterious Instagram photo revealed.

I know. You're completely amazed and impressed that I made and photographed these yesterday and am posting them less than 24 hours later. The reason that these photos haven't been left unedited on my computer for two weeks like most posts is because Samuel has school allllll day today.

You see, my greatest joy in life, as I may have mentioned before, is distracting Samuel from getting any studying done. So when he's here, I have my hands full, whether it's talking to (or at) him, getting him to go on a romantic walk with me, or just throwing erasers at him or something.

But today, he's at school, so I have no choice but to listen to music from Taylor Swift's country era as I dramatically gaze out the window pining away for my honey.

Plus actually get some work done.

What can I say? I really like the guy. So what can I do but make him my favorite brownies?

Seriously, of all the bajillions of brownie recipes I've posted, these might be my favorite. I mean, it's a close competition with those salted caramel pretzel ones, but... these could even be better. I mean, how can they not be? They're crunchy, peanut buttery, gooey, and chocolatey all in one.

And if you don't believe me about how awesome they are, read the story about them in this post.

I don't know when I first started making these brownies. All I know is that its been a long time since I started bringing them to potlucks and parties. We always just called them Super Brownies. One of my sisters must have gotten the recipe off of a bag of marshmallows or a magazine or something.

But since then, I've lost the old recipe and just made up my own. I actually posted these before in 2012, but I decided to post a flourless, gluten free version since I want all the celiacs to be able to enjoy these too (namely, myself).

You can actually use any brownie recipe for these. You can even use a box mix. That way you have even more time to get outside and enjoy this beauteous spring weather.

By the way, yay for Berlin being a huge jungle of flowers in the spring. I'm lovin' it.

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  1. These brownies seemed great but did not cook at all,it was in the oven for a hour and it was still the same texture as the batter and they did not even taste good. The marshmallows fluffed up and grew to 5x the normal size and overflowed, but the topping was good.

  2. Worst recipe ever I do not waste your ingredients

  3. Yum! Everyone loved them

  4. Made these using a boxed brownie mix. The family I gave them to loved them and asked if I could move in and bake for them full time! Making them again today! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Any tips on cutting the finished product? Thanks!

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