Marshmallow Cocoa Stirrers

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Delight your kids, friends and neighbors with these deliciously fun Marshmallow Hot Chocolate stirrers! Package a few with some homemade cocoa and you’ve got an instant gift for under $5!

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First, this recipe calls for marshmallows. You can use store-bought if you like, but If you prefer to make your ownfollow the marshmallow recipe here, then simply cut the marshmallows out using a tiny gingerbread man cookie cutter, you can make them light brown by adding 2 Tbs Cocoa to the mixture)

You’ll Need:

These are so simple, the kids will enjoy creating them.

Step #1: Break off the hook end of the candy cane.

Step #2: Insert it into a marshmallow.

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Step #3: Using the edible pens (I prefer Americolor Gourmet Writers) add designs.

Some ideas are: Snowflakes, steaming mugs of cocoa, candy canes, snowman faces etc

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To add designs using colored sprinkles You’ll need water, sprinkles and fine paintbrush.

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“Paint” the design of your choice onto the marshmallow with water and roll in colored sprinkles.

Some Tips:
You’ll need to work fast as the water will evaporate leaving gaps in your design.

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How to Draw A snowflake:

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First, Draw an “X”
Draw a line through the middle of the “X”
Add various size “V”s or dots, as desired.

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8 Comments

  1. :jar: omg, these are so cute! what an amazingly simple idea! i made cocoa and coffee mixes for christmas this year.

    i cant wait to make some of these to go with them

  2. adorable! i will try these, along with the home made cocoa. it would be fun to use cherry sticks also for a cherry cocoa treat.

    neat!

  3. making these today! i’m using hershey’s chocolate mint candy canes, i almost got carmel and vanilla and chocolate and vanilla marshmallows, but i thought the candy canes were enough flavoring! with strawberry marshmallows, and pumpkin shaped ones, these aren’t just limited to christmas!

    thanks for sharing!

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