You don’t think anyone has noticed my obsession with dipping things in chocolate do you? It is just that everything looks so much prettier when it is coated with glossy chocolate, not to mention how much better it tastes. This is another one of my many recipes that I couldn’t decide on a name for. It seems like I have had a lot of those recently. Contrary to what my 11-year-old brother said, “Just call them chocolate cupakes, duh.”, there is more to it than that. No one would ever be able to find these if I titled them chocolate cupakes. I mean, there are probably thousands upon thousands of recipes out there with that title. There is no graham cracker in this recipe to make it a s’mores recipe and Ding-dongs don’t have marshmallow. My father suggested Moon Pies but that’s not it either. They are more like cupcake marshmallow burgers or sliders. Basically, just different. I have never seen anything exactly like these. Actually, I didn’t even plan on making them.
These are a plan B to a failed plan A. An invention of the moment that I don’t even remember creating. I had a fresh batch of marshmallows sitting around, a recipe including chocolate cupcakes that just wasn’t happening, and there is always chocolate in our pantry. All of these things somehow ended up together in one thing and then I had to figure out what it was.
I narrowed it down to 2 names and then gave up and put them both in there. It doesn’t matter what you call them, they are amazing. Things like this don’t last very long around here. Too addictive.
Ingredients Instructions Notes If you don't have the time and equipment to make homemade marshmallows you can use store bought. Cut 8-9 regular-sized marshmallows in half and smash down with a rolling pin or the palm of your hand.
If you don't have the time and equipment to make homemade marshmallows you can use store bought. Cut 8-9 regular-sized marshmallows in half and smash down with a rolling pin or the palm of your hand.