Toasted Coconut Mock Mallo Cup Brownies

One of my favorite childhood candy was the mallocup. Toasted coconut, chocolate and marshmallow cream. This is one sweet brownie that reminds me of that wonderful candy I could never get enough of.


Dark Chocolate Brownies
2 squares( 1-oz each) unsweetened chocolate melted in microwave or over hot water
1/4 cup butter
1 cup sugar
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup all purpose flour, sifted
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon vanilla
*Toasted coconut see below for instructions
1 bag minature marshmallows
1 bag minature chocolate chips
Mix all ingredients together until well blended, around 50 strokes by hand. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes in 8x8 greased pan. When baking has completed, sprinkle evenly with minature chips first and then mini marshmallows then top with toasted coconut.
*Toasted Coconut:
 To toast coconut, spread it in an ungreased pan and bake in a 350 degree F (175 degrees C) oven for 5 to 7 minutes, or until golden brown, stirring occasionally.

15 comments:

  1. Wonderful mix of ingredients, it looks yummy ^_^ Bye, have a good we

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  2. Mallow Cups were my favorite candy as a kid. I had not thought about them in years, until I saw your recipe. There were little cardboard "coupons" in the package that we would save. I have to make this recipe soon.

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  3. I never had mallow cups...but if they're anything like these decadent brownies, I would have been a fan!

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  4. I love the taste and texture of toasted coconut in desserts. I'll bet it's hard to eat just one of these.

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  5. I adored mallow cups too so this recipe is a must try.

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  6. I haven't had a Mallow cup in years. do they still make them?

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  7. Wow, these look amazing! I don't think I have ever had a mallow cup. Not that I can recall at least. I don't think I would forget it if they were anything like this though!

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  8. Choco and mallow, two affixes that immediately draw me in. This looks like a dessert that would put me in sugar heaven.

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  9. I don't know what mallow cups are but I know this brownie would be a hit in my family. What a great idea!

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  10. Nothing like making a brownie a little but more indulgent and tasty. Mallow cups are something I have heard about but never tried. Obviously I have been missing out! Delicious post.

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  11. Wow…These look so decadent and delicious! Great post!

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  12. Wow! These look so decadent and delicious! Great Post!

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  13. Right up my alley Claudia! Has me drooling!

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  14. Dear Claudia, These are just calling me!! Love chocolate! Blessings my dear, Catherine xoxo

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