Snowman Hot Chocolate

Snowman Hot Chocolate Recipe. Warm up and Impress your guest with this snowman hot chocolate. It doesn’t require many items to make!

Snowman Hot Chocolate

Snowman Hot Chocolate

  • Hot Chocolate Mix
  • Milk
  • Marshmallows
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Candy Corn
  • Squeezable Chocolate Icing

Directions

Head 

Place a candy corn in the middle for the snowmans nose. Then, draw eyes and a mouth with the squeezable chocolate icing on the top marshmallow.

Body

You can a fix the body using two marshmallows with pretzel sticks in the middle. Then use the squeezable chocolate and put a few dots on them for the buttons.

Arms and Feet

Using a total of four pretzel sticks (2 for the arms and 2 for the legs) you can form the arms and legs. Might want to make him look like he is resting in the hot chocolate.

Be creative!

You can be as creative as you want with this! Of course you can use other type of icing if you wish or even use. Plus, you can use other items instead of candy corn or pretzel sticks.

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While you are at it, check out these Snowy Day Bible Verses!

Update:

I painted a Kindness Rock, December 13, 2017. I drove to work and heard on the radio that December 13th is National Hot Cocoa Day. This day occurs each year on December 13th. So enjoy Hot Cocoa Day!

Snowman Hot Chocolate

snowman hot coca
Keyword Chocolate, hot chocolate, hot coca, marshmallows, snowman

Ingredients

  • Hot Chocolate Mix
  • Milk
  • Marshmallows
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Candy Corn
  • Squeezable Chocolate Icing

Instructions

  • Head
  • Place a candy corn in the middle for the snowmans nose. Then, draw eyes and a mouth with the squeezable chocolate icing on the top marshmallow.
  • Body
  • You can a fix the body using two marshmallows with pretzel sticks in the middle. Then use the squeezable chocolate and put a few dots on them for the buttons.
  • Arms and Feet
  • Using a total of four pretzel sticks (2 for the arms and 2 for the legs) you can form the arms and legs. Might want to make him look like he is resting in the hot chocolate.
  • Be creative!
  • You can be as creative as you want with this! Of course you can use other type of icing if you wish or even use. Plus, you can use other items instead of candy corn or pretzel sticks.

Notes

Read more: https://www.courageouschristianfather.com/snowman-hot-chocolate/

Image from MetroCreative. First published November 15, 2017. Last updated December 13, 2023.


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