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December 14, 2011


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Goodness, I woke up this morning and saw your post. Then tonight when I turned on the computer I saw your post at the top of my list and couldn't figure out why no one had posted anything all day. Then I realized you have posted twice today! You are making up for lost time! Love this post and will link to it. Can't wait to try it.


Sweet Pea is adorable! These look so yummy going to check out the links.


Holy Smokes! I LOVE this! Jessica did a fabulous job. I love homemade marshmallows and wanted to make some soon. This will be a must try!


LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea - I'm going to try it! May I use your pic [4th up from the bottom] to link to? And which recipe did you use?

Maggie Szafranski

MMM! Hot chocolate must be drunk from festive cups!


Very cool! Seen similar ones on Pinterest and want to try. Love seeing your pictures during the taste testing ;-) I actually have one of those mugs....somewhere! Merry Christmas Stephanie!


This is genius. Whay did I never think of that before, and do I still have time to make some?!?


What a neat idea! Not only are you creative but you have very creative friends!

Maggie Robinson

Hi Stephanie,
It is wonderful being back in the land of the living!!!
Firstly, thanks for your lovely note on my blog.. I realize how busy you are... I need a rest after I read whay you have been doing!!VBG
and BTW You are wearing your new look beautifully.Congrats on your weight loss.
I love this hot chocolate idea....I am drooling thinking about it!
Gotta go try it..Thanks for sharing...
Meanwhile...Merry Christmas to you and your family



Yum, looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the link for the recipe! :)


That chocolate ganache recipe looks yummy!

I've made hot chocolate on a stick using a slightly different, possibly a little easier, recipe from Givers Log. http://www.giverslog.com/?p=3290

I like that this one incorporates the marshmallow, though! I've been trying to think how one could do that reasonably.


What a fun idea!

I have some of those mugs too. Mine have a different pattern, but I love to use them every year.

Linda in Calif.

That is the cutest picture of Sweet Pea! I just love it. Thanks for the link - I may try this. Depends on how time consuming it is.

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When someone writes an piece of writing he/she maintains the plan of a user in his/her mind that how a user can understand it. So that's why this post is perfect. Thanks!

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