Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Hot Chocolate with Marshamllows!

Hot Chocolate to warm you all up! 
Seasons Greetings!




and here!

48 comments:

  1. Cute idea! Are those the mint swirl chocolate chips on top? Oh, that's right - it's wordless Wednesday you can't answer, LOL!

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  2. Marsha, you know I could never be totally speechless! Not mint, I think they were white and dark chocolate swirl chips. It was a gift I got last year and thought was so cute!

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  3. That is a perfect gift on a cold day. Great photo.

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  4. This is so smart, making it look like an ice cream.

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  5. Cute idea for packaging - you speechless...LMAO

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  6. What a cool packaging idea. I love it. Now I want hot chocolate with marshmallows. Yummy.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

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  7. That is such a cool way to package that, very impressive presentation for a simple little gift. I love it. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I always appreciate the comments

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  8. What a lovely idea! I'm going to save that picture and refer back to it next year.

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  9. I gave those last year to all my little g nieces nephews. That and popcorn.
    Got them in Kmart! No blue light special! :)

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  10. OMG, how come I'm not that creative! Too cute!!

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  11. Oh, what a creative gift idea!! :)

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  12. This is a cute idea, Carol! We need the hot chocolate these cold days!

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  13. Cute idea. My daughter made up her own Hot Chocolate recipe last year that she gave for gifts. I happened to be on hand while experimenting to help taste and select w for just the right mixture :)

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  14. Brilliant gift - happy xmas

    http://www.nycsinglemom.com/2010/12/22/wordless-wednesday-nutcrackers/

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  15. Mmmmmm!

    I wish you and yours a Merry Christmas.

    My entries:
    Moms... Check Nyo
    Yummy-as-can-be

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  16. Thats my type of ice cream cone!
    Happy WW and Holidays!

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  17. So cute! I have done the cocoa and marshmallows before, but those chips are the "icing"!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  18. That is SO cute! what a great gift!

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  19. that's a perfect gift for Christmas.

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  20. That is one of my favorite gifts to give:-)

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  21. Looks scrumptious - and very easy to fix, packaged "all in one" like that.

    My Christmas poem:

    http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2010/12/thoughts-of-season-deccember-14-2010.html#links

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  22. Hot chocolate is so perfect for these cold winter days.

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  23. What a cute idea!!!

    Thanks for stopping by and linking up! Happy Holidays.

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  24. What a great idea! Perfect for this time of year!

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  25. I received two packages from students this year containing Snowman Soup!

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  26. Had to look up snowman soup! Very cute :)

    Thanks for all the nice comments! I appreciate very much!

    Wishing all who celebrate a very Merry Christmas!

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  27. Oh, yummy! I need some of that now to warm me up from all this cold weather and snow! Love all those marshmallows and what a cool way to do it!!!

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  28. BTW, what's a marshamllows? :)
    Don't worry, we all understood! lol

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  29. That looks so good! Best wishes to you and your loved ones for a wonderful Christmas.

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  30. What a pretty and clever idea! We are expecting our first white Christmas in 100 years here in Georgia! Hope your holidays have been wonderful for you and your family!...hugs...Debbie

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  31. This looks fabulous. What a great gift idea.
    Have a wonderful day!

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  32. That is such a great idea for a gift! So cute, and looks tasty, too.

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  33. Love that idea. Where did you find the pointy bags? Thanks for joining me this week with the flashback.

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  34. It was a gift, not sure where to get them, maybe at a craft store store, like Michaels' or a party place? Looks like a disposable icing bag!

    Check it out, there's a recipe here...
    How to Make a Hot Chocolate Cone at Family Fun

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