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Make Marshmallow Snowflakes

Make Marshmallow Snowflakes | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

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Christmas is coming !

Candy canes are perfect for stirring hot cocoa. #potterybarn

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Making Decorative Piecrusts

Making pie crusts more decorative

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DIY Marshmallow Dollops

Homemade Marshmallow Dollops (wouldn't they look perfect on top of a hot chocolate?). Great holiday gift idea.

A jar full of hot cocoa mix and marshmallow snowmen peering out of a mason jar. Use "food pens" from Michael's or Hobby Lobby.

Dip candycanes in chocolate, then use them to stir hot cocoa. Instant mint cocoa! (Plus it looks very festive)

It would be cute to serve these on the sides of mugs of hot chocolate- hang the candy cane hook over the edge and the chocolate covered marshmallow can be in the drink

two scoops nutella + one cup milk = best hot cocoa ever. Smart idea. Must remember this for when it gets really cold out.

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Heavenly Holiday: Dazzling Desserts & Decor

Hot Cocoa Bar

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Our Family's FAVORITE Semi-Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix

Our family's favorite semi-homemade hot cocoa mix. Once you try this stuff, you'll NEVER want to go back to the store-bought stuff again!

Southern Livingfrom Southern Living

Cake Decorating Ideas: Fondant Snowflakes

CHRISTMAS CAKE - The Perfect Wintry White Cake | Fondant Snowflakes Garnish | SouthernLiving.com Dust work surface with powdered sugar. Roll out half of 1 (24 -oz) package white fondant to 1/4 inch. Cut fondant with snowflake or holly leaf cutters. Transfer to baking sheets; let dry for 12 hours. Add glimmer: Brush garnishes lightly with vodka. Sprinkle with edible glitter and sparkling dust.