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Share Our Holiday Table: Hot Cocoa Cupcakes

All month long Share Our Strength: No Kid Hungry has teamed up with more than 50 bloggers for a Progressive Holiday Dinner as we Share our Holiday Table with the world!

I am very honored to be able to be part of this wonderful program! The Progressive Dinner started with Appetizers and ends with Dessert. I am finishing the dinner off with these yummy Hot Cocoa Cupcakes.

Hot Cocoa Cupcakes

Hot Cocoa Cupcakes

Yummy Hot Cocoa Cupcakes to warm you up this winter! Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com

Ingredients

  • Cupcakes {baked and cooled}
  • 1 jar of Marshmallow Fluff
  • 1 container (8 oz) of Cool Whip
  • Decorations
  • Snowmen Marshmallows
  • Chocolate candy melt (Almond Bark)
  • red sprinkles
  • peppermint sticks

Instructions

    Marshmallow Frosting Recipe
  1. Mix the marshmallow fluff and Cool Whip, beat until fluffy.
  2. Fill a decorator bag fitted with a Giant Round Tip.
  3. Pipe on frosting, add red sprinkles and a peppermint stick.
  4. For the snowmen
  5. I used Jet Puffed French Vanilla Marshmallows, they come in cute little Snowman shapes. Melted the Almond Bark and dipped the bottom portion, place on wax paper and let dry.
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There are 4 categories for the Desserts today, Gourmet, Vegetarian, Gluten Free and Family Friendly. The other bloggers sharing their recipes with you are…

Gourmet

Family Friendly

Vegetarian

Gluten Free

Every year, hundreds of children are hungry right here in the United States. Nearly 1 in 4 children face hunger! To think that any child would go to bed at night hungry, is totally sobering.

Share our Strength would like to end Childhood Hunger by the year 2015, and with your HELP they can do just that! Just $1 can help a hungry child receive 10 healthy meals. PLEASE make a donation! And together, let’s fight childhood hunger!

You can also help by purchasing Holiday Cards from the Share Our Strength website.

Do you have a hard to buy for person on your list? I know my Father-in-law is really hard to buy for. Consider making a donation in their name to Share our Strength?

If you can…PLEASE help!

Comments

  1. I made something very similar this weekend!

  2. These are so festive and adorable. I think I have a cupcake craving now.

  3. Jeanette says:

    It’s been fun participating in this wonderful event, for such a great cause. Love your photos, these look like fun treats!
    Jeanette recently posted..Sharing Our Holiday Table Pomegranate Poached Pear RecipeMy Profile

  4. I love the way you’ve put the candy canes sticking out the top, I am candy cane obsessed! and that frosting looks so yummy – great festive cupcakes!
    Cupcake Crazy Gem recently posted..It IS peppermintand deliciously tasty!My Profile

  5. Great job on the dessert course post, one of the most visually appealing ones I’ve seen so far! They look so perfect!
    Daydreamer Desserts recently posted..Chocolate Crunch Snowball CookiesMy Profile

  6. These cupcakes look fabulous!
    Tammy @ Not Just Paper and Glue recently posted..Life’s Twists and TurnsMy Profile

  7. Amanda says:

    I love this! I featured it today on blog Today’s Top 20! I would love if you stopped by!

    Amanda
    todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

    P.S. And if you could click our donate water widget up at the top corner..each click and P&G will donate 1 days worth of clean water. It’s free! Thanks!

  8. Teddi says:

    Cupcakes are darling. I hae one question. Being as the frostinig is made partly from Cool Whip, do the cupcakes have to be served immediately, put in the refrigerator, or can they be left out?

  9. Those are some pretty cupcakes! And easy enough for me to make gluten free! Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Amy says:

    These look amazing!!

  11. Kita says:

    How wonderful! :)

  12. Ashley says:

    When you say a jar of Fluff, what size/how many ounces? Thanks!

  13. You are so talented! I always love your presentations! ;D

  14. Lynn says:

    These are so cute but the frosting “recipe” doesn’t work at all! When you beat them
    Together they become a gooey runny mess. I even tried adding powdered sugar and all it did was make it way too sweet but still a gooey mess. Now I have to buy more p/s to make a buttercream frosting to decorate my cupcakes. What a waste of time and money. :(

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