Choco Mallow Logs


Choco Mallow Logs

1 6 oz pkg semi-sweet chocolate
2 tbl. Parkay margine
1 egg beaten
3 cups Kraft Miniature Marshmallows
1 cup chopped nuts
Conf. sugar

Melt choc. + marg. over low heat. Remove from heat.
Add egg mix well. Cool slightly. Mix marshmallows
and nuts in large bowl. Pour chocolate mixture over
marshmallows and nuts; mix well.
Divide mixture in half.

On waxed paper sprinkled with conf. sugar shape each into a roll about 8" long. Chill several hours. Slice to serve. 2 rolls.

Found in "The Return of Sherlock Holmes" by A.C. Doyle. Published by Grosset and Dunlap, 1907.

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  1. bleck why is there an egg?? I wanted this to be more like rice crispy treats.

  2. It was ye olden times. Everything had an egg in it.

  3. Maybe they made a creepy tinfoil bird to perch on top of said log.

  4. Glory, I apologize for your nightmare. I feel terrible.

  5. Yummy!

    The book looks yummy, too. I think I missed reading that one. I need to go look for it.

    btw, I thought the tinfoil bird was wearing a voodoo mask.

  6. I love this! I think it sounds yummy actually!

  7. No apologies. I keep going back to look at it. It's like picking a scab. Can't... Look... Away... I'll make it my screensaver for a week and then I'll be over it!

  8. Perhaps, Emily, the surprise is that there's only one egg?

    Yet another intriguing post, with added Holmes!
    Rosie of BooksAndBakes

  9. We make these at grandmother's old recipe. Ours doesn't have an egg and you roll them in coconut and nuts, freeze them and slice. The marshmallows need to be colored, that way they live up to their name of Stained Glass Windows!