These Marshmallow Blondies are a gooey butterscotch blondie with white chocolate chips and chewy melted marshmallows baked right in…completely perfect!
You’re gonna need to stop what you are doing right now and make these.
Sorry, it’s true.
I mean, finish reading this post, THEN go make them…first things first.
And I might tell you I am currently on a diet. Which is annoying.
I am sure there are some of you out there who don’t have to diet and just burn off the all the calories by chasing your kids around yada yada.
Well, that’s not me.
I am constantly dieting. Except the past 6 months where I was consciously NOT dieting. In fact I was doing just the opposite…
So yeah, I am dieting and trying to write a blog about sweet, delicious treats that contain gooey marshmallows and white chocolate.
I am pretty sure I deserve a medal or something.
So yes, I tried these, almost died at how good they are and then promptly got them out of my house ASAP. Because I start acting shady around desserts.
Like I sneak a bite here and there until there is nothing left in the pan.
Like a thief.
When actually the only person I am stealing from is myself…which makes no sense…or does it make ALL the sense? Dr. Phil, can you HEAR ME?!
Anyhow, I strongly suggest you make these Marshmallow blondies because they are so good your diet can take a break for a bite. Mine did.
I loaded the batter for these up with some butterscotch chips. Now before you decide butterscotch isn’t for you, hear me out.
I don’t like butterscotch chips. Sue me. I feel like the flavor is too strong or something. Anyhow, melt them down with some butter and mix them into blondies and you get a delicious batter that no one can top. I swear.
Of course add a pinch of salt. Or two.
Then mix up your batter. No mixer necessary.
Now, add those marshmallows. They melt right into the batter when baked and create a flaky, crispy top to the blondies, but add gooey pockets throughout. Even my husband who claims he doesn’t like marshmallows loved these.
Mix your batter up with some white chocolate too. Because…
Spread it into a foil lined pan.
And bake them until the tops are just set and they are crackly golden perfection…
And cut them when they’re cooled. Of course!
If you liked these blondies check out my White Chocolate Butterscotch Blondies which are similar but different…and totally delicious!