Snowman Soup Recipe

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Snowman soup is a fun gift featuring a cup of hot chocolate with some marshmallows and other treats inside (the snowman pieces you'll be melting in your "soup") and a special poem to make it more fun. It's a fun and easy gift for Christmas or other winter celebrations. Here's the Snowman soup recipe and poem(s) that you can attach to the gift mug.


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  • 1 pkg
    hot chocolate mix
  • 2
    hershey's kisses for the eyes
  • 1
    hershey's hugs for the nose
  • 10-12
    mini marshmallows for the snowballs
  • 1
    peppermint candy cane

How to Make Snowman Soup Recipe


  1. Place hot cocoa package, Hershey's Kisses and mini marshmallows in a plastic bag or cellophane wrap and put in the bottom of a mug. Add the candy cane stick or tape it to the outside of the mug. Then add one of the Snowman Soup poems. You can either tie it to the candy cane or stuff it inside the cup. That's it! Your gift is ready!
  2. Snowman Soup Poem:

    Frosty has melted.
    It's sad but true.
    But he left a gift for you.

    Little white snowballs
    And two dark eyes.
    And a nose that's quite tasty.
    Just give it a try.

    Pour the package in the mug.
    And add the eyes and nose.
    Use the candy stick to stir.
    Then sip it very slow!

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About Snowman Soup Recipe

Course/Dish: Hot Drinks

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