S'more Caramel Cookie Cups



Had these at a friend's house last night...insanely good. So good I ignored the fudge & other cookies being served, and was afraid it would be dangerous for me to own the recipe. Too tempting for my self control. So tempting that this morning had me searching the Internet for the recipe. Found several variations, but the marshmallows on the top with chocolate drizzle are a must. I'm not normally one for pre-made doughs or brand name candies in my baking, but these are so good I don't CARE about my sensibilities. DIVINE treat; textures and gooey goodness to make you swoon. Pretty, too.

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20 Min


10 Min


1 pkg.
betty crocker chocolate chip cookie mix (or probably any good chocolate chip cookie dough)
rolo candy pieces *for mint variation see note in last step below
mini marshmallows
1 c
chocolate chips

Directions Step-By-Step

Follow directions on package of cookie mix to make cookie dough. Roll dough into balls (approximately 24). Place balls in greased mini cupcake pans. (One recipe suggests making indent in the middle, where you will place the Rolo later.)
Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until almost golden brown. Insert 1 Rolo Candy into each cookie. Top with 3 marshmallows. Return to oven for 3 minutes until marshmallows are puffed. Cool.
Melt chocolate chips and drizzle over the marshmallows.

*For variation, use double chocolate chip mix, and use junior mints instead of Rolos.

Betty Crocker has almost same recipe on their site, which is where I got the variant idea (from a commenter.) www dot bettycrocker dot com forwardslash recipes forwardslash caramel-smore-cups
The Betty Crocker recipe is basically the same as I posted, but instead you make 36 cups from one package, and use 1/2 cup chocolate chips to drizzle on top, using 5 packages of Rolos and 108 mini marshmallows.
The recipe I am posting here is from recipecircus dot com
I am not sure which recipe was used in the ones I tried...probably the Betty Crocker one. I'll update once I make them.

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