10 minutes has passed.
I am sitting here visiting with two of my sisters, numbers 1 and 5. My siblings are all going to be known by their birth order number now I guess. Number 5 is sitting here commenting how she is the "poor middle child", never got any attention. Can you feel my sympathy? Number 1 just threw in the "we are trying to find some compassion poor middle child" comment. HA. See, I come from a long line of snot nose brats. At least I come by it honestly. Right? RIGHT?
I told these broads I had work to do so if I write something that makes no sense at all, blame them.
I was thinking I hadn't made many bar type desserts and quite frankly I like bars. I am on a cupboard use up! This was born out of that. I had random things needing used and it turned out simply delectable! A nice crunchy top, a gooey marshmallow middle and a chewy brownie bottom. I love all of the texture going on in these, it is a party in your mouth!
These freeze quite nicely and really stand up to hot weather well, so great for outdoor parties!
You will need:
1 box brownie mix (one you can make in a 7x11 or 9x9 or 8x8 baking dish)
1 10oz bag of mini marshmallows
1/2 stick of butter
1/2 cup nutella
3 cups rice crispies
Prepare brownies per the package directions. Use one of the sizes mentioned above or something very close. You won't have enough rice crispy mix for a 9x13. IF you choose that size, or it is all you have, you will need to double the ingredients in red.
Remove from oven and pour over 1/2 of your bag of marshmallows. *you will need the rest for the topping*. Turn the oven off and put the brownies back in for 5 minutes. The marshmallows will melt and puff up. Remove and let cool, the marshmallows will deflate a bit.
In a medium saucepan melt butter, add in marshmallows and nutella. Stir constantly until all ingredients are melted, and smooth. Add in rice crispies. Stir until all ingredients are combined and spoon small blobs over the marshmallow topped brownies. Then you can use your fingers sprayed with nonstick spray or a spatula to connect them, thus, covering the entire top of the brownies.
Refrigerate for 20-30 minutes.
NOTE: I also lined my pan with parchment going on direction. Leave it longer than you need so you can "lift" the brownies out of the pan to cut them easier.
Enjoy these yummy chocolate treats!
Your "crispy, gooey and chewy" Chefwannabe