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Whats a really cool dessert I can make with snowcaps, chocolate chips (white/regular), and mini marshmallows?

We had a Halloween party and have a ton of ingredients left over. In addition to all the regular baking supplies plus what’s leftover from the party (listed above) we also have:
cocoa
sprinkles
cream cheese frosting
honey
Recipe doesn’t have to necessarily use all these things, just for ideas. Get creative!!
I have a sports banquet coming up and love to bake, so some ideas would be perfect.

2 Responses to Whats a really cool dessert I can make with snowcaps, chocolate chips (white/regular), and mini marshmallows?

  • Mr. Curiuos says:

    Make from scratch, cookies using the chocolate chip recipe, and just add and replace the amount of chips with a mixture of snow caps, whit/chocolate chips, and throw in a handful of the mini marshmallows, along with walnuts, you’d have a Rocky Road cookie. Experiment, make it your own. In fact, throw some of the frosting on top and name them Rocky Road In Wintertime, throw the sprinkles on top and call them Rocky Road at Christmastime. It’s all sugar, it’s all good. Well, as long as you don’t burn them. Now I want a cookie. Let your tummy led you in these type of matters. Mmmmm! Fresh cookies and sports! Good Luck & Enjoy!
    Sorry! I forgot recipematcher.com. You never know what may come up. That’s all folks.

  • Mountian_Baby says:

    Make a no bake cheese cake.

    Beat a package of cream cheese with a tsp of vanilla until good and fluffy. then fold in a little cool whip. Fold in the marshmellows and snow caps (chopped), ad the rest of a small container of cool whip. Scoop gently into a grahm cracker or chocolate crust.

    Make ganache with the choc chips and spread over the cheese cake. Refridgerate.

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