Gather your ingredients. Along with that you will need cup measures, tbsp measures, a spoon, a large glass pan, and a sauce pan. It also may be a good idea to preheat your oven at this point (350 degrees)
Pour the Chocolate Syrup into the unheated saucepan.
Add the sugar on top of that
and finally, add the flour. Then turn the burner on medium and begin stirring.
You have to stir for a little while, and you have to have patience, but slowly the sugar and flour will mix with the chocolate and you should have something that looks like this.
Add the butter, leaving on medium heat, and stir more. The mixture should thin slightly, and while you stir with the mixture should follow your spoon.
Add the milk to the saucepan. It will greatly overshadow the chocolate mixture as shown, but no worries.
Turn the burner's heat to high and add the marshamllows At this point you need to stir constantly, being careful to not have the marshmallows swell up and spill, making a huge mess and ruining the Delight! If needed, reduce the heat or move to another burner to calm it down.
When all of the marshmallow is melted, you should have a mixture that looks like this. it should be somewhere between thick and runny... how about goopy? Stir some more the make sure everything is mixed.
Pour the Delight into the glass pan, making sure it is spread evenly. Then pop it into the oven at 350 Degrees for 10 minutes. When you take it out, you can let it cool slightly (it tastes better warm or hot) or eat it immediately. Something you might need to know is that the hotter it is, the runnier. If it is cooler it turns thick. I prefer mine hot or warm.