Things I don't understand:
Macarons. Cake pops. Cake in a jar. We get it. You're fancy.
Nutella. What is the deal. I remember eating this as a kid and thinking score, chocolate on my toast! Chocolate for breakfast! Chocolate in my face! But people go kind of crazy for this stuff, no? I don't know. Team Peanut Butter.
Red velvet cake. I feel like I'm going to get radioactive superpowers from all that food dye.
Fondant. I don't like you.
Gnocchi. Quinoa. Dulce de leche. Mascarpone. What are you. I can't even pronounce you.
Brownies. Can I throwdown? I don't like brownies. I mean, if you held me down and shoved a warm, chocolatey brownie into my face, I wouldn't punch you in the kneecaps, but they're just kind of boring and square and dense. Like they tried to be cake and failed. Chocolatey bricks. I just can't get behind this. Put some rocky road on that.
Things I do understand:
These are similar to the chocolate chip cookie treats I made last month, except these use a whole package of crumbled Oreo cookies instead of chocolate chip! The chocolate chip cookie treats are still my favorite... but then I've always preferred them to Oreos.
These... let me tell you. These taste like a chewy, cookie-y, Oreo marshmallow Rice Krispie Treat. So. Good. Addictive really. And dangerous. 3 ingredients, 15 minutes, and this no-bake dessert can be in your face. Don't you just love summer?
I know. I didn't mix them enough. They should actually be black, like an Oreo, not gray, like a slab of concrete. Don't be like me.
1 (16-ounce) package of Oreo cookies
5 cups (1 bag) of large marshmallows
4 tablespoons butter
Line an 8x8-inch baking dish with aluminum foil, allowing the foil to hang over the edges, and set aside.
Place Oreo cookies in food processor (or crush in a large Ziploc bag with a rolling pin) and pulse until crumbly, but not ground.
Melt marshmallows and butter in a large microwave-safe bowl until puffy, about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Remove and pour in ground cookies. Quickly stir to combine, then transfer to baking dish.
Allow to set for 10 to 15 minutes. Remove bars from pan by foil edges. Cut, serve, and enjoy!
Source: Picky Palate.