No Bake Marshmallow Christmas Squares Recipe

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No Bake Marshmallow Christmas Squares Recipe

Day 13 of 15 Days of Holiday Cookies on Ann’s Entitled Life the brings us this easy No Bake Marshmallow Christmas Squares Recipe compliments of Dishin’ With Didi.

No Bake Marshmallow Christmas Squares Recipe

• Prep time: 20 minutes
• Bake time: None
• Setting time: 24 hours
• Yield: 18-24 squares


1 bag miniature marshmallows
1 can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups Graham wafer crumbs
Dash of salt
1 tsp vanilla
1/3 cup chopped maraschino cherries
2 1/2 cups shredded coconut


• Coat a 13″ x 9″ pan with baking spray
• In a large bowl add marshmallows, Graham cracker crumbs, salt, vanilla and maraschino cherries.
• Toss and mix so all the cherries and marshmallows have been distributed evenly.
• Add sweetened condensed milk, mix thoroughly so all the ingredients are coated.
• Divide coconut in half. Place half the coconut on the bottom only of your pan, then top with marshmallow mixture.
• Sprinkle remaining shredded coconut over the top of pan mixture.
• Press the marshmallow mixture evenly and firmly. By pressing your actually adhering the shredded coconut onto the marshmallow cherry mixture.
• Place in refrigerator and let set for 24 hours.

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  1. Im trying to decide if we’d like these or not.. They look awesome.. but I dont like maraschino cherries.. I bet M’honey would like them though.. I’ll have to pin this away to make another day!
    Thanks for sharing them!

    • I don’t know, Kim. Didi is a pretty awesome cook and baker. If she says they are good, they are probably worth a go…


  2. These are a old recipe that is one of my fav,, you can also roll them in 6 logs and then roll in coconut then in plastic wrap and the refrigerate , then when you put them out just slice them and eat away yummy , thank you for posting ,

  3. I wanted to print of a copy of No Bake Marshmallow Christmas squares, but there’s no where that says print. I tried just printing it from my computor and it won’t do it. Any suggestions please? Thanks

  4. This is similar to our recipe we had in our family for a long time, but we use 30 regular marshmallows, cut into pieces with scissors (dip in warm water to keep from sticking) also the amounts of cherries and vanilla varied slightly. I make this every year at christmas time, and everyone loves them. I also bring this treat to my 2 dart league pot luck’s at Christmas time, and it disappears quickly.

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