Toasted Marshmallow Nutella Sandwich Cookies

In this recipe, marshmallow cookies are dipped into Nutella and then baked. The result is a sweet treat that tastes like the best part of a toasted marshmallow sandwich.

The “nutella sandwich” is a cookie that has toasted marshmallow and Nutella in it. It is a delicious, sweet treat.

Homemade toasted marshmallows are sandwiched between chewy Nutella biscuits in these Toasted Marshmallow Nutella Sandwich Cookies.

At heart, I’m a city girl. Don’t get me wrong: I adore the United States. I would rather be by the sea or in the mountains. I like being outside and going on adventures. And nothing soothes me more than peaceful summer evenings spent gazing up at a clear sky. My soul, on the other hand, will always seek the stimulation of a large metropolis.

I wasn’t always like this. I didn’t realize I was till I was 18 years old.

I had just been awarded a scholarship at NYU. As a result, the school flew me and 75 other bright seniors from around the nation to come see them. The whole weekend was set to be incredible, with speeches from several deans, group activities, city exploration, and plenty of food. NYU had always been on my college list, and although I like it, I had never felt compelled to attend school in New York City. Nonetheless, I gladly accepted the invitation and traveled down for the weekend. 

Friday was a lot of fun. We had a tour of the campus, ate a great meal, and partied with our upperclassmen’mentors.’ I was looking forward to the following day as I fell asleep.

On Saturday morning, I awoke groggy. I took a big breath and opened my eyes.

Silence. The morning light is filtered through the windows by an overcast sky. The space had an unmistakable morning feel about it, as if the walls were also sleeping.


I heard a faint but audible hum when I moved my head from my pillow. I peered at the sky and listened more intently.

Voices. It’s a horn. There are dogs barking. The sound of an automobile door closing.

The city sounds flowed in through the window, creating a smothered hum.

Here I was, surrounded by both the quiet refuge of my chamber and the constant buzz of activity. My blankets soothed me, and the thought that I, too, was a part of the hum energized me. Not at that that time, but in every door I opened and every word I uttered. I had become a resident of the city.

When I glance up between high structures or ride in a taxi along a crowded street, I get the same sense. Cities remind me that I am a part of something greater all the time. I become lost in their obscurity, and for a little period, I am someone other than myself.

It’s something I’ve missed since moving to Michigan four years ago. Coming home after visits to Boston, New York, and Chicago, I’ve had my fair share of tears. After four years in a tiny community, I regularly reflect on that morning in New York. And to many more mornings when I awoke to the electrifying rush of life all around me.

I’m missing it more than ever before.

So, pals, guess what? I’m returning to the city. To be precise, to Boston. I’m looking forward to being back with my family and in a location that feels like home. That’s where I call home.

I’ll miss Alex’s and my favorite restaurant in town, as well as my yoga studio and many other experiences I’ve had in Michigan over the last four years. But it’s been a long time, and I’m now paying attention to what I need.

And what if someone asks why I’m feeling this way? I can only say that it’s bigger than me.

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  • Sarah Fennel is the author of this piece.
  • Time to Prepare: 20 minutes
  • Time to prepare: 10 minutes
  • Time allotted: 30 minutes
  • 7 cookie sandwiches (one time)
  • Sarah Fennel is the author of this piece.
  • Time to Prepare: 20 minutes
  • Time to prepare: 10 minutes
  • Time allotted: 30 minutes
  • 7 cookie sandwiches (one time)



  • Sarah Fennel is the author of this piece.
  • Time to Prepare: 20 minutes
  • Time to prepare: 10 minutes
  • Time allotted: 30 minutes
  • 7 cookie sandwiches (one time)


To make the cookies

  • Nutella, 3/4 cup
  • a quarter cup of sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon extract de vanille
  • flour, 3/4 cup

To toast the marshmallows

  • 3 egg whites, big
  • 1 pound of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon extract de vanille


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Set aside a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
  2. Combine Nutella, sugar, egg, and vanilla extract in a large mixing basin and stir until well blended. Mix in the flour until it is completely blended.
  3. Place 1 1/2 teaspoons of dough on a cookie sheet and roll into a ball. Flatten the cookie gently with the back of a fork (I made fork hashtags in my cookies). Make 14 flattened cookie dough balls by repeating the process. Bake for precisely 10 minutes, then remove from oven and cool fully on a cooling rack.
  4. Make your marshmallows while the cookies are baking. Combine egg whites and sugar in a double boiler and whisk continually for 2-3 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat after the mixture has thickened and become white, and then add the vanilla essence. Whip marshmallows in a standing mixer or with a hand mixer until firm peaks form, approximately 5 minutes.
  5. Fill a pastry bag halfway with marshmallows and a big star tip. Once the cookies have cooled, pipe the marshmallow on the underside of half of them. To make a cookie sandwich, top with another cookie.
  6. The marshmallow should be toasted using a pastry torch before serving.


These cookies are tasty, but they’re also rather messy! Make sure you have napkins on available since the marshmallow will most likely shoot out of the cookie as you eat it!


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