Marshmallow Snowmen hot chocolate spoons are the best way to make homemade hot chocolate. These easy hot chocolate spoons make the most amazing rich hot chocolate that is so much better then the store bought packets! Plus they are super cute for giving as homemade Holiday gifts!
Snowman Marshmallows Hot Chocolate Spoons
Ever since my daughter has fallen in love with the movie Frozen she has been in love with snowmen. We used to take her to get ice cream all the time as a special treat but now that it has gotten cold we have changed her special treat to hot chocolate.
These snowman hot chocolate spoons are a fun way to turn a warm mug milk to yummy hot chocolate. Just place the spoon into a cup of warm milk and stir until the chocolate is melted.
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Perfect for gift giving!
This hot chocolate spoons recipe also makes for the perfect gift! Make a bunch of them and wrap them up and give them with a coffee mug and you have a simple DIY tasty Christmas gift that the recipient will love! If you are making them as a gift make sure you print out the How to use hot chocolate spoons printable to include with your gift.
Variations of this recipe
Milk chocolate or Dark chocolate. Depending on what flavor you like your hot chocolate you can use milk chocolate or dark chocolate melting chocolate.
Marshmallows. I normally use the store bought tiny marshmallows when making these hot chocolate spoons, but if you want to use homemade marshmallows you totally can.
How to Use Hot Chocolate Spoons
In a microwave safe mug heat heat 8 ounces of milk. Once the milk is heated, add the hot chocolate spoon to the milk and stir until the chocolate is fully melted. That is it and super simple to have homemade hot chocolate in just a few minutes!
How to Store Hot Chocolate Spoons
If you are giving them as a gift then you will want to wrap them in plastic and add a pretty bow if you choose and then store them at room temperature or in the fridge.
If you are making them ahead of time so you can have easy homemade hot chocolate, just store them in an airtight container in the fridge or at room temperature.
Snowman Hot Chocolate Spoons Ingredients
- Dark or milk chocolate melting chocolate
- Mini marshmallows
- Edible markers
- Plastic spoons
How to Make Snowman Hot Chocolate Spoons
Melt your chocolate using a double boiler. Check out how to melt chocolate with a double boiler if you have never done it before.
Dip your plastic spoon into the melted chocolate, be sure to coat the entire top of the spoon with the chocolate.
Place the spoons on a sheet pan lined with parchment or wax paper after they are covered in chocolate. Once all the spoons are covered in chocolate, place the pan in the fridge for 5 minutes to let the chocolate set up.
Dip the spoons in the chocolate again and place three marshmallows on each spoon and place back on the sheet pan lined with parchment or wax paper.
Place the pan back into the fridge for 5 minutes to let the chocolate set up.
Once they are fully hardened, remove the tray from the fridge. Using edible markers draw on your snowman’s face and buttons.
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How to Make hot chocolate spoons
- 2 cups milk chocolate melting chocolate or dark chocolate
- 36 Mini marshmallows
- Edible markers
- 12 Plastic spoons
- Melt your chocolate using a double boiler.
- Dip your plastic spoon into the melted chocolate, be sure to coat the entire top of the spoon with the chocolate.
- Place the spoons on a sheet pan lined with parchment or wax paper after they are covered in chocolate. Once all the spoons are covered in chocolate, place the pan in the fridge for 5 minutes to let the chocolate set up.
- Dip the spoons in the chocolate again and place three marshmallows on each spoon and place back on the sheet pan lined with parchment or wax paper.
- Place the pan back into the fridge for 5 minutes to let the chocolate set up.
- Once they are fully hardened, remove the tray from the fridge. Using edible markers draw on your snowman's face and buttons.
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Comments & Reviews
So cute. My friends and family look forward to my chocolate spoons every holiday. This is a new spin I can put in them!! Where would I get edible markers?? I’ve never seen them.
You can get them at Michael’s Crafts. They’re in the cake/candy making section. I’m sure they’re in AC Moore and other craft stores as well.
They have them on Amazon…but I’d imagine anywhere that sells baking supplies, like Michael’s, or any craft-type of store.
What kind of chocolate do you use?
The bark or chips?
Karen Jeffries says
How much milk for each spoon?
Lisa B. says
Just a thought, but a grown-up version of these would be fab in a cup of coffee (sans marshmallows) and maybe with mini chips or sanding sugar on the spoons instead of the marsmallow snowmen. I used to drop a tiny chocolate truffle in my morning coffee at this time of year.