There was a smattering of cookie issues this week with melting or exploding marshmallows. Let me give just a bit more context here – imagine the flavors of a campfire s’more, except without the smokiness and in a cookie form.
The cookies have some graham cracker crumbs in the batter (although I think the flavor is a bit lost in there), along with chocolate chips and marshmallows (store-bought minis in my case). Have you ever put a marshmallow into a hot oven? Give it a few minutes, and it will start to bubble and melt. It makes kind of a mess. That’s what happens when this batter gets baked.
But I didn’t care about melty marshmallow bits. They’re delicious, and they snapped right off of the edge of the cookies once they had cooled (cook’s treat). I loved these cookies. Oh, and I added a sprinkling of fleur de sel to the top before baking them off – the cookies are even better with that hit of salt. The only thing I wish I would have tried before we ate all of the cookies was using my handheld smoker on a few of them.
For the recipe and to see how the other Baked Sunday Mornings bakers fared, head over to Baked Sunday Mornings.
- Campfire Cookies (Baked Occasions, p. 237)