Very cute idea! I'd love for you to link this up to my Homemade Christmas post: http://bit.ly/hRWWTD
I LOVE this idea! Love homemade gifts! So creative, thank you for sharing!
Great idea! Finally an idea that my 3 AND my 1 1/2 year old can do. We all know how toddlers are *great* at dipping things :)
This would work wonderful for smores also. Put with some graham crackers and wrap in the cellophane and you have another cute, homemade gift
Saw these be done at A.C. Moore, but never thought of the Hot Chocolate idea with peppermint love it very inexpensive is right have to give it a whirl maybe thats a great teachers gift...thanks for sharing!
Very cute idea. Looks yummy.
Love these. Made them today & they are so fun & easy.
I made these yesterday and they turned out great! Thanks for such an inexpensive, homemade gift idea!
Found you on Pinterest. These are just adorable! Definitely on my list for Christmas.
found on pinterest as well... :)
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Our home school group has a sweet swap every year...these would be great to take to that! Thanks for the idea. Also, I just happen to have 2 1/2 bags of giant marshmallows in the cabinet now
these look amazing!
Thanks you Jennifer & Carrie!
Those are SO cute! I need to try to make those sometime!
Found you via Pinterest, and I just made these for a baby shower with a hot cocoa bar. Fantastic!
Thanks Heidi and doddroad!
yayy! found on pinterest and so excited. did you dip the top of the marshmallow, too? and it didn't stick to the parchment?
Such a great idea! Absolutely love it! Thank you for sharing. =)
@Allison - I dipped the entire bottom (or top?) half of the marshmallow in chocolate and it did not stick to the wax paper that I used. I'm sure it would work great with parchment paper too!
These look great! How long will these last before the marshmallow hardens? Thanks!
we love this idea! we re-blogged it at:http://tumblewee.wordpress.com/2011/12/08/diy-christmas-from-the-blog-world/with a link to your site.such a cute idea! ash & meg @ tumblewee.com
This is such a GREAT idea! I'm a little bit in tears because I was trying to think of how we could get gifts for our nieces (and we don't have any extra money this year). I might be able to swing this! Love, love, love it.
these look delish! and, i love the easy gift idea. BUT, i am wandering if these will actually melt into hot chocolate, or will the chocolate just seize up and float around in the cup? I know that if you get any water in melted chocolate chips, it will get grainy and seize up. Have you actually tried them in your hot chocolate? thanks!
I just made some for our office potluck tomorrow. They ARE delish! I had to try them and the chocolate does melt . The whole thing will float until the marshmallow starts to melt. Its fun and good! Thanks for the great recipe!
Found you on pinterest! My 17-yr-old daughter used these as one of the things her friends could do at her Christmas party. We set out all the ingredients and let them randomly dip them as the night wore on. Some friends ate them right off the stick, and others used them to stir the hot chocolate we provided. My daughter is now going to make up some of them as gifts. The dollar store was out of mugs but they had darling Christmas stockings, fifty cents each, and just the right size for a packet of hot chocolate and a marshmallow dip! Thanks for the great idea! -Lisa A.
yum! thank you ... i'll be trotting out to get marshmallows asap!
Sounds amazing!!! I'll be featuring this on Just Simply Christmas (15 weeks, 15 different themes)http://justsimplychristmas.blogspot.com/
love these! I'm hosting a caroling patty next week and these will be great!