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post #31 of 111
Here is a picture of some that I did. I am pretty happy with them since this was my first time working with dipping marshmallows
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post #32 of 111
Awesome!
post #33 of 111
MJLAW~~They look AWSOME!! How did you make the brim for the snowman?

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post #34 of 111
OMG! Those are the cutest little things...ever! You did a great job!

Love this idea!!
post #35 of 111
I love these snowmen - How did you do the hats?
post #36 of 111
for the snowmen with the hats I put two marshmallows on a stick and left room at the top for the hat, I dipped the bottom two into white and for the hat I dipped one marshmallow in chocolate then put it on my silpat and moved it in a little circle so the extra chocolate created the brim. Hope that helps if not let me know and I will try to explain it better.
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post #37 of 111
Love these! mjlaw78, I especially like the one with the hat. I think that putting the marshmallows on their sides helps a lot in making it look like a snowman b/c each section is a perfect circle! thumbs_up.gif These would be sooo cute as cake toppers too!
post #38 of 111
I have made a hat by just using the choc. bell candy that nestles and other companies sell for the holidays. The bell looks like a hat on top of the snowman. I think one company calls them choc. gingles. It will stick to the top of the snowman once you dip the marshmallows in white choc.. Just have them dry with the sticks stuck in a piece of styrafoam.
post #39 of 111
MJ thanks for the tip. Did you attach the hat with the choco as glue or did you use the tip of the skewer? Also whats the best type of choco to use for melting?

Thanks Again
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post #40 of 111
For those of you interested I just donated a basket of 8 snowmen to a fundraising auction for our youth group tonight and they brought $25. So if you have a store or somthing there is good money in these and they are SO easy icon_biggrin.gif
Woole2 I attached the hat with chocolate. And for the chocolate I used candy melts for the white I used almond bark because walmart was out of white candy melts but the almond bark was cheaper anyways. HTH
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post #41 of 111
momlittr, great idea w/ the coconut--so cute! And I bet it tastes delicious! I am so glad you posted the marshmallow snowmen idea--I've been looking for Christmas gift ideas and I think 3 of these snowmen in a mug with some hot chocolate mix (in a decorator bag) will be perfect! Thanks for the ideas!!! icon_smile.gif
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post #42 of 111
MJ thanks for all your tips.. Im new to all this and wanted to try something easy and quick this yr but what is Almond Bark?? I went to my wal mart tonight and got the white candy melts and the dark choco melts, I didnt see any other..lol.. Late blummer for starting to bake...

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post #43 of 111
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When I dipped mine (used candy melts), I ended up having to smooth the candy - maybe it was not melted enough or deep enough. Still have to figure out how to make it more separated to look like a snowman. I like the look of the sideways marshmallows.......hmm, wonder if I could round out the marshmallows more before sticking them. BTW, ate one of them - yummy, but what a sugar rush! LOL!!!

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post #44 of 111
Angela,
Almond bark was over with the chocolate chips it was right beside the white baking chocolate at my walmart. It was my first time using it or ever seeing it but from what I could tell it just has an almond flavor. But any kind of dipping chocolate or candy melts should work
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