Snack Attack: Butterscotch and Toasted Marshmallow Gingersnap Sammies

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Butterscotch and toasted marshmallow gingersnap sammies

I was at Whole Foods the other morning, getting breakfast, and ‘accidentally’ stumbled over to the fresh cookies bar. Whoops! I did a quick walk around just to make sure I wasn’t missing out on anything and found these soft sugar-topped gingersnap cookies and…well….ten of them somehow made it home with me.

SO! I decided to make some little dessert sandwiches. Butterscotch and toasted marshmallow gingersnaps to be exact. And I wanted to share a quick recipe for these little guys today. They’re really, really good!

You can totally make fresh gingersnaps at home first, if you want to go the homemade route. Here’s a recipe I like for homemade gingersnaps. But if you don’t feel like slaving away in the kitchen, store-bought cookies like mine will do in a pinch.

Gingersnap and toasted marshmallow dessert sandwiches

Gingersnap and toasted marshmallow dessert sandwiches

Here’s what you’ll need to make your own butterscotch and toasted marshmallow gingersnap sandwiches…

Ingredients:

  • gingersnap cookies
  • melted butterscotch (either syrup or melted butterscotch chips)
  • jumbo marshmallows

Instructions:

Start by carefully toasting the marshmallows over an open fire. Add a dollop of melted butterscotch onto a gingersnap cookie.

Then sandwich a toasted marshmallow between two cookies (one of which being the one with butterscotch on it). Done!

Gingersnap and toasted marshmallow dessert sandwiches

Butterscotch and toasted marshmallow gingersnap sammies

Butterscotch and toasted marshmallow gingersnap sammies

Photography and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff

Think you’ll give this dessert sandwich a try? Would you add anything else to these little guys or keep them as is?

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Goodness they look good. I really like my biscuits (as we call them in the UK) a little too much. This recipe is perfect as you only need three ingredients 😉

Jessica Rose | April 18th, 2016 at 8:29 am

This looks heavenly, and what a wonderful combination of flavours!
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Michelle | April 18th, 2016 at 8:34 am

These are insane! Uniquely delicious. A game changer! Thanks!
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Trina and Tina | April 18th, 2016 at 8:42 am

Thanks Jessica Rose, Michelle, and Trina + Tina. 🙂 Glad you all like ’em.

Brittni | April 18th, 2016 at 9:00 am

These look amazing. I’ve never been into butterscotch in my life except for the past few months… it’s a growing thing, I guess. But these look amazing. I can only imagine that they’re even more amazing when you use homemade marshmallows with them…
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Emily | April 18th, 2016 at 9:25 am

Definitely worth giving it another try, Emily. I love butterscotch every once in a while. But caramel is a great backup option if butterscotch isn’t your thing.

Brittni | April 18th, 2016 at 10:00 am

yum yum! 😀
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sisters, jeans & messy buns | April 18th, 2016 at 10:59 am

Ahhh these look so good and easy! Definitely going to give these a shout. It makes me want to try other cookie combinations maybe a more cinnamon version like oatmeal rasin

Brittany Bouchez | April 18th, 2016 at 3:39 pm

Thanks Sisters, Jeans, and Messy Buns. And totally Brittany…so many cookie options to try for this one.

Brittni | April 20th, 2016 at 11:14 am
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