Very cute! Hot chocolate without marshmallows is not really hot chocolate!!
Unless it has LOTS of whipped cream, Terri! :-)
Hi Gina!They are darling! I love marshmallows, and I think it would be so fun to see a smiling face looking at while you drink hot chocolate!Hugs and Love,Barb
Barb, these are nice and thick too! They take a long time to melt!
How cute...my grands would love those.
Arlene, they may be on sale now online. ♥
Oh my goodness, so cute! I love their little earmuffs! And I would love them in my hot cocoa! Have a great day!
Tina, I love their earmuffs too! I am tempted to add two to my cocoa!
These are adorable, Gina! Such a fun way to enjoy a hot cup of cocoa! I am catching up on my blog reading right now. So nice to see you are posting on your 'old blog' once again. I'll be sure to put it on my blog roll. Sending you hugs and hope you are staying warm and cozy! xo Karen
Karen, so happy to see you too! The temperatures the last two days have been in the low 50's and it feels great! We are due for cold temps again this weekend but I'll just snuggle under the blankets longer (if the puppy lets me!)
Those are too cute, kids young and old would love them in a cup of cocoa!
Connie, it's kind of sad when they melt or get gobbled up. But they taste so good!
Very cute! Now I want a cup of cocoa...which I think I will do, but my marshmallows are mini ones and not nearly as cute as yours. xx
Dianna, they all end up in the same place! (My mother always said that!) xo
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