Disappearing Marshmallows

Disappearing Marshmallows

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1 pk Crescent rolls
Vegetable cooking spray
Cinnamon; and sugar, mixed
2 tb Butter; melted
8 lg Marshmallows

Original recipe makes 1



Spray a cupcake pan with cooking spray. Separate the crescent rolls into triangles. Dip a marshmallow in melted butter and roll it in the cinnamon sugar. Place in one crescent roll triangle and form it around the marshmallow. Seal the edges. Put them in the cupcake pan to bake according to package directions. Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #554 by BECKMOM2@aol.com on Apr 5, 1997

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the inside of a Disappearing Marshmallow (the marshmallow disappeared!)

Disappearing Marshmallows

beware the oven mess!



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Wow! A great snack or breakfast treat, simple and cheap. I poured the leftover butter and cinnamon sugar over the dough before baking so the tops got a little crunchy with the sweet gooey middles. A keeper!
Lynn1775 3y ago

Sugar dumplings! These are perfect with a cup of hot tea and a sweet tooth. I had no trouble with the marshmallow leaking out as another reader had described. The marshmallow melts inside the dough and turns into a glaze like they use on cinnamon buns. While they are warm, they taste totally homemade. Will add this to my sweet favorites.
OaxacaCookin 3y ago

Easy and delicious! Tastes like a cinnamon roll!
BrandiLaShayWesley 3y ago

These are delicious! BUT, they have potential to destroy your oven. The marshmallows completely melt inside the pastry envelope and then leak in the muffin tin. Mine actually spilled out of the muffin tin and onto the bottom of the oven. Next time I make them, I'll put them paper liners in the muffin tin as well as making sure there's a pan under the muffin tin to catch any spill-over. They got rave reviews at my party. And they're good served at room temperature so they can be made ahead and left out for grazers.
IvySue 4y ago

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