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  • Whitney Cate

    Hot cocoa stir sticks and other winter dessert table ideas!

  • Sarah Pavlick

    CJ HOT CHOCOLATE BAR! Hot Cocoa Stir Sticks for a hot cocoa bar. They used white chocolate to attach the candy cane rods in the center of the marshmallow as well as the sprinkles. Super easy all you need is candy cane rods, marshmallows, sprinkles, and white chocolate!

  • Linda Lewis

    Bridgey Widgey: Winter Dessert Table - Hot cocoa stir sticks for the cocoa bar - "I used white chocolate to attach the sprinkles to the marshmallow as well as the candy cane stick." http://www.bridgeywidgey.com/2011/12/winter-dessert-table.html#

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