By FREDA GABLE cookin4me

Makes 24- 36 *BITE SIZE* bars
20 Min
25 Min

OOOH GOOEY-GOOD STUFF. YOU LOVE Chocolate,U-R Gonna Love These. you love Brownies you'll love these. "IRRESTABLE"!
They don't last anytime at all.
You can sprinkle with chopped nuts on top for presentation and Our Lovers of Nuts.
We all have Imaginations,
Use Yours, add your Own topping ideas, over the frosting, Coconut, Nuts, Chocolate Sprinkles, mini choc chips, mini m&m's. etc.

I have used the Hershey's Cocoa Pdr in these if I don't have the bar type Chocolate. But the Bar is Much richer taste.

Note; these are Not Difficult to Make. I had to Edit due to so many Questions. So Hope this all helps and is self Explanitory.

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Blue Ribbon Recipe

Notes from the Test Kitchen:
So sweet... so chocolaty... Yum! The melted marshmallow is a terrific touch - one that really turns this into a memorable dessert.


1/3 cup
butter only, please
5 oz
block baking milk chocolate, melted, ( reserve 2.5 oz goes into the frosting) ( note; unable to find bakers choc you can sub mini semi sweet , or milk choc chips) use approx 1/2 c. or more to your taste test.
1 c
bisquick mix
3/4 c
granulated sugar
1 Tbsp
vanilla extract
1 1/2 c
marshmallows, mini (i use lots, i cover the bars)( note: no mini marshmallows, tip, use regular cut into small pcs with scissors.
1 Tbsp
real butter, please (for frosting)
1/2 to 3/4 c
sour cream use the taste test.
1 1/3 c
powdered sugar
the remaining baking choc bar 2.5 oz is added to this butter in the frosting. note: (if no baking choc. you can sub mini semi sweet choc chips)

Directions Step-By-Step

Please, READ ENTIRE recipe before Starting.
Heat Oven to 350.
Grease and Flour 9" Square pan
Set out & measure all Ingredients before starting your recipe.
In 2 qt saucepan, Melt butter 1/3 c. with *2 1/2 oz choc. over low heat, only til melted, stir frequently. set aside.
set aside to cool.
(use only 1/2 the Chocolate bar)
NOTE:use 1/2 in the Frosting 1/2 in the bar batter.
(See Notes in ingredients if You have no Baking Choc Bars)
In a Medium bowl;
Add Bisquick, Sugar,Vanilla, Eggs with the Chocolate.
Blend By Hand, or with electric mixer on low only about 30 seconds, Just til Blended. Yhen Beat on Med. for 1 more minute. . . no more.
(If you overbeat, Your bars will not Rise as high.)
Spread batter in Greased and Floured pan. (Batter is on the thick side)
Bake: 20-25 minutes or til toothpick incerted in the center comes out clean.
Remove from oven.
IMMEDIATELY: Sprinkle with Marshmallows. Cover this and let stand till marshmallows are softened. @
Slightly Melted stage, Cool completely, (just about 1 hr.)
In a 2 qt. saucepan, Melt the remaining 2 1/2 oz of Chocolate with 1 TBS butter, cool to warm stage.
Stir in Sourcream, & Pdr sugar, beat till smooth.
SPREAD: over the Marshmallows evenly, Place in Refer to chill, (ONLY for easier Cutting.)
Cut into bars.
Cut Usually 6X6 = makes 36 *BITE SIZE* Bars

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Chocolate, Other Desserts
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American

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Dec 9, 2010
Wow...these look delicious. Can't wait to try them.
Kitchen Crew JustaPinch
Jun 16, 2011
Janet awarded this recipe a Blue Ribbon!

So sweet... so chocolaty... Yum! The melted marshmallow is a terrific touch - one that really turns this into a memorable dessert.
Jun 16, 2011 - Kitchen Crew shared a photo of this recipe. View photo
FREDA GABLE cookin4me
Jun 17, 2011
WOW, "Thank You JAP Kitchen Crew". . . Irrestable, even for you. Thanks so Much for this Blue Ribbon. I am Thrilled to except this. You all are Fantastic.
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jun 21, 2011
Congrats Freda, (on the blue ribbon and 'other') this is a very good one. It sure doesn't look like most 'bisquick' recipes I've seen.
I am going to make this soooon ;O).
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jun 21, 2011
Freda...when you used the 'Hershey's Cocoa Pdr' how much did you use?
FREDA GABLE cookin4me
Jun 21, 2011
Cindy, when I used the "Hersheys cocoa Powder", I never measured. Sorry, its by gosh and by golly.You spoon it in by the spoon and stir and taste, If its Chocolatey enough to your taste buds your good to go. It takes a good maybe 2-4 spoons full, as I recall. Been a while since I haven't had a block of Chocolate.
Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Jun 21, 2011
Sounds like me baking, I hardly ever measure things either.
With the ball park estimate I can it a try....just don't have the bars in the pantry right now but do have the cocoa powder.
Jun 22, 2011
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
FREDA GABLE cookin4me
Jun 22, 2011
Thanks Betty. . . Glad you had a chance to try these. Did you eat Just "one"??
Danella Lubar dnlubar
Jun 22, 2011
I am assuming that is unsweetened chocolate?
Looks really good. Hope to make it before the summer is over.
Lisee Green Lisee
Jun 22, 2011
Yes, I was going to ask too, Freda, what "type or flavor" or baking chocolate do we use? thanks looks sooooo yummy :)
Jennifer H. jiskrazi
Jun 22, 2011
I was just going to ask the same thing. What kind of chocolate? semi sweet? Can we use milk chocolate?

I'm making these this weekend..............that picture did me in. lmao
rebecca goff sashayin
Jun 22, 2011
In oven now I did a few changes one cut the recipe in half there are only two of us and second subsituted splenda for the sugar. Will report results this evening. But it smells so good
FREDA GABLE cookin4me
Jun 22, 2011
Baking Choc. in blocks, is found in your Baking section of most any store, Walmart Carries it I know. . It is "usually Semi Sweet", But if You find Milk Choc. By all means Use it. I prefer Milk Choc, But not as easy to find.
If You try these Be all means rate this and take a picture, I would Love to see All Your Results. If you alter the Recipe Please Share, & tell us what You did.
Thanks to all for your comments.