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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Fuller Family Marshmallow Squares

Working around Christmastime isn’t all that bad-it has its perks.  Staff members usually bring food, and after indulging in plenty of treats over the years there are some that stand out in my mind.  You go back for another & another...Yes I have no shame. Luckily, it’s great when a friend brings it in and you get to snag the recipe!  Thank you Chris & Mrs. Fuller for the recipe!;) 

I loved these bars instantly.  Maybe because they are so adorable and they taste even better!  They are quite sweet, but you can’t stop eating just one.  They are also really easy to make-No bake recipes are awesome!!! First, you begin by melting down the peanut butter, butter & butterscotch chips.  After cooling for a bit, add in the marshmallows and place in the fridge to cool completely.  Don’t even THINK about using white marshmallows, Chris says it doesn’t taste the same and I have to believe her! I have plenty of these in the freezer right now (although it’s kind of dwindling down right now as I keep sneaking some) but they freeze really well and are awaiting Christmas!!
Fuller Family Marshmallow Squares
Makes 1 9X13 inch pan

1 package (300 grams) butterscotch chips
½ cup unsalted butter
1 cup peanut butter

1 package (400 grams) mini colored marshmallows

Lightly grease a 9X13 inch pan.

In a medium saucepan over low heat, melt the butterscotch chips, butter & peanut butter. Once all melted, allow to cool slightly. Throw in the marshmallows & coat evenly.

Press into the prepared pan. Allow to cool completely by placing in fridge & then cutting into squares once done. Freezes well.

Source: my friend Christine and her mom, Mrs. Fuller! J


  1. this sounds yummy. i love the colors too.

    1. Thank you Dina!! They are so yummy! Happy Holidays!



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