Santa's Cocoa Wafers & Marshmallow Candyfetti Recipe

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"Santa's Coming To Town"! So what better way to greet him than with his very own Santa's Hot Coco. I may have been told from time to time that I have a "Candyfetti" obsession. You are totally correct my friends! This Santa's Cocoa blend by Sweetsindeed is sure to be one of your new holiday must haves, it has tiny marshmallows and candy canes in it. How adorable is that! This is one of the easiest treats you can make for all those Hot Coco stations or friendly get togethers. I will be sharing our Hot Chocolate bar cart station soon! The idea my friends to having a loaded hot chocolate are the toppings! In this case I went with a caramel hot chocolate mix and added a candy cane, candyfetti covered chocolate rolled wafers and marshmallows. I even added a mini Santa Hat for fun! IMG_8913IMG_8931

Recipe:

  • Tiramisu Cream Rolled Wafers
  • Chocolate Cream Rolled Wafers
  • Chocolate Melts - Red & White
  • Snowflake Marshmallows - Target
  • Candyfetti - (Sweetsindeed)
  • Microwave Safe Bowls
  • Parchment Paper
  • Spoons
  • Piping bags
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Directions:

Start by melting your chocolate chips in the microwave. I started with 30 second increments checking in between each set to ensure the desired consisteney. Make sure that you mix your chocolate well. Fill your piping bag with your one of your melted chocolate colors and set aside. Once you have done that start by dipping your rolled wafers into the melted chocolate and placing them on your wax paper. Then sprinkle your Candyfetti or sprinkle of choice over your rolled wafer and marshmallow before they dry to ensure they stick to your chocolate. Now you will want to start drizzling your other color over your rolled wafer and marshmallows. Then allow for the treats to harden for about five minutes and place them in the fridge for about 10 minutes. As soon as they harden I place them in an air tight container till it was time for Hot Cocoa!
IMG_8921 IMG_8900 IMG_8899-P I like the traditional Hot Chocolate cocoa flavor the best. What is your favorite flavor?

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