How to make snowman soup
- Hot chocolate
- Mini Marshmallows
- Chocolate buttons
- Cellophane Bags
Spoon some drinking chocolate into the cellophane bag and then tie it off with some ribbon cutting off the excess bag.
Place the drinking chocolate in the cellophane bag into the other cellophane bag and add a handful of mini marshmallows, making sure you cover the tied up top of the hot chocolate bag.
On top of the mini marshmallows, add some chocolate buttons.
Tie the top of the bag up with some ribbon if using cone shaped bags. If using rectangular bags then double fold the top and secure with a label and staple. Tie a candy cane to the bag with some more ribbon.
We then place ours in a kid decorated cup for the teachers and we also place one bag into the boys Christmas Eve Hamper and gift them to our friends along with Reindeer Food.
I spent £1 on the hot chocolate, the same on the candy canes and 80p on the mini marshmallows and I got 7 bags of snowman soup out of them. Making them less than 50p each.
We love making this every year – it’s always really well received too as it’s one of those homemade gifts that looks really good if you know what I mean x
I love this idea Jen, need to make this with the girls. You are so clever xxx
Snowman soup is a big part of my build up to Christmas, I make tons of them for everyone I know. I have ordered the same cone bags as you this year. Yours look great x
What a fantastic idea Jen!! This is brilliant 🙂 Perfect little gifts for Christmas.
What a lovely creative idea for a Christmas present, I fancy some snowman soup myself now. x
What a fab Idea, hot chocolate with all the trimmings is a regular in our house! but what a great little stocking filler! xx
Such a great idea, Jen, so easy to put together yet so, so pretty!xx
This is super cute! The kids would have so much fun making theirs on Christmas morning 🙂
Such a fab idea and am sure the teachers appreciate the thought gone into them…
I love this idea!!
awww what a really lovely idea! i would love to have a go at making these for Joshua teachers
What a great gift idea! So simple, but so effective 🙂
I love this – what a brilliant idea. I have pinned it and will make some up soon! Thank you, Kaz x
What a brilliant idea; I might do this for the kids’ friends this year 🙂