Chocolate Marshmallow Roll

This is one of the desserts I always make for Passover. Super simple, this can be made ahead & everyone, not just the kids, eat it up! It is good for Passover but all year round as well. My friend gave me this recipe when our kids were young,
It actually takes about 10 minutes to make … not including cooling time

Here is the recipe

Chocolate Marshmallow Roll

Ingredients

1  9 oz/255 g, pkg chocolate chips, kosher for Passover if you are making it for Passover

1 tsp oil, suitable for Passover

1  8 oz/227g  pkg of mini marshmallows, I use coloured marshmallows

Method

  1. Put the chocolate chips into a bowl & add the oil
  2. Microwave the chocolate/oil until melted… stir until smooth
  3. Add the mini marshmallows & stir until they are all coated with chocolate
  4. Take 2 large sheets of aluminum foil
  5. Taking 1/2 of the marshmallow mixture, put it onto one sheet of foil & using the foil, form into a log. Wrap it up & twist the sides to seal
  6. Cool until firm &/or ready to serve
  7. Slice to serve

Enjoy!

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. JACK SCHWARTZBERG says:

    That looks good, I might make it. R

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    1. They are a lot like regular non Passover cookies!

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  2. Liz Price says:

    Hi Marilyn, I want to make these with white mini marshmallows. Can you please tell me the size of the bag, or the number of cups I would need. Thanks.

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    1. I used an 8oz/227g bag of mini marshmallows & I make it with white ones too! Sorry I missed putting this in the blog… I have fixed it!

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      1. Liz Price says:

        :)) Thanks!

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