If you’re a follower here at B-Inspired Mama, you know that I’m a huge fan of family traditions. I truly think they help families connect and ensure kids build positive memories. I love building fun traditions around the holidays throughout the year. But after seeing my kids revel at the first snowfall of the season, I decided to come up with a “Winter’s First Snow Family Tradition,” too.
A Fun Family Tradition for the First Snow!
Here’s a super easy – and YUMMY – traditions for Winter…
Snowman Soup – A Family Tradition for the First Snow of Winter
B-Inspired Mama sponsor, Vaseline, sent me a cool “healing package” for winter that included their Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Lotion and some yummy GODIVA Hot Cocoa. So I decided to use my new GODIVA Hot Cocoa to make Snowman Soup with the kids. Here’s what we used…
(Scroll on down to see the full printable recipe!)
You just make some rich hot cocoa – preferably with delicious GODIVA Hot Cocoa. Then add these toppings to make it look like a yummy melting snowman…
- marshmallow creme spread
- mini marshmallows
- candy eyeballs
- mustache icing decorations
- orange candy coated chocolate (We used Reese’s Pieces!)
- rolled wafer “straws”
- snowflake sprinkles
A special thanks to Vaseline for inspiring our new Winter family tradition. While the kids were warming their hands and bellies with their Snowman Soup, I was pampering my cold, dry hands with some Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Lotion.
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More Winter Family Traditions:
- 10 Meaningful Holiday Family Traditions that Give Back
- A Christmas Muddy Buddies Recipe Your Kids Will Remember Forever
- A Super Fun Family Game Night – Made Easy!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Vaseline. It also has affiliate links. However, all opinions are 100% mine. Please see my disclosure policy.
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