I’m a HUGE fan of family traditions. I truly think traditions help families connect and ensure kids have positive memories from their childhood.
I often integrate fun traditions into the different 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.
Snowman Soup – to Celebrate the First Snowfall!
Here’s a super easy – and YUMMY – tradition for Winter…
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Snowman Soup – A Family Tradition for the First Snowfall
So I decided to use my new GODIVA Hot Cocoa to make Snowman Soup with the kids. Here’s what we used…
How to Make Snowman Soup:
You just make some rich hot cocoa – preferably with delicious GODIVA Hot Cocoa. Then add these toppings to make it look like a cute (and yummy!) melting snowman…
- marshmallow creme spread
- mini marshmallows
- candy eyeballs
- mustache icing decorations
- REESE’S Pieces candies
- rolled wafer cookie straws
- snowflake sprinkles
A special thanks to Vaseline for inspiring our new, delicious 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.
Print this Snowman Soup Recipe:
Turn plain old hot cocoa into Snowman Soup. A whimsical & fun family tradition for the first day of Winter or the first snowfall - or any winter day!
- 1 serving GODIVA Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa mix (prepared according to package directions)
Prepare hot cocoa according to package directions.
Add a dollop of marshmallow creme, mini marshmallows, and snowflake sprinkles to the top of cocoa.
Position two eyes, an orange candy nose, and a mustache on top.
Enjoy your Snowman Soup!
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