So, have you ever looked at a Teddy Graham cracker and thought "Teddy Graham, mini-marshmallow, chocolate chip!"
I've had this idea for a long time, I just never implemented it before. (Apologies for the blurry pics. Unfortunately I didn't get a single unblurry one!)
I overtoasted them, so they were like napalm. We did a second batch with the chips and marshmallows on the same half, and we toasted the marshmallows until they were just turning golden. That worked better, but the general verdict is that they're too fussy. Big ones are easier and better.
The biggest problem is that Teddy Grahams tend to rock on their bellies, so the marshmallows roll off. The second problem is that chocolate chips tend to get stiff/dry when they get too hot, even if they're not burnt. They have less cocoa butter in them than bar chocolate, and lecithin, etc. Sooooo, these weren't really smooshy. They tasted good, however. And I tested out an idea that has lurked for a very long time. :D