Hot Chocolate Dippers

I love chocolate in almost any form! So using a “Hot Chocolate Dipper” that will add more chocolate to my hot cocoa sounds great to me! Another reason I like these “dippers” is they are gluten free. Thanks to you Brandy from The Moody Fashionista for her tutorial on how to make these.

The holidays can be especially difficult for those who are gluten free.

Sometimes you feel like you are always missing out on the good stuff. 

It’s so great to find a goodie like this that we can enjoy.

OK, let’s make some of these bad boys! Start by melting your chocolate.

Take your peppermint sticks and push them into your Marshmallows.

Dip your Marshmallow into the melted chocolate and tap off any excess.

Add your sprinkles and set them on wax paper to set.

That’s it! Now all you have to do is decide how to wrap them up to give away to friends!


Marshmallows   $.99

Candy Cane Sticks $.99

Small Bag of Chocolate Chips $1.99

Variety of Sprinkles $2.99

Total cost – $7 to make one dozen, and you will have left over Marshmallows and sprinkles to make extra.

I feel a real sense of responsibility  to give accurate details on the result of each pin we try. So of course I had to make myself a cup of cocoa and try one of my “dippers” out. Once again I gotta tell ya…..

This Pin ROCKS!

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  1. oh my goodness! This is so adorable!!! LOVE!

  2. Tracy, this looks delicious. I had pinned this on Pinterest too, so it’s good to know this pin rocks! Have a great Thanksgiving.

  3. Cute idea, and simple too. I think these would be a perfect addition to a hot chocolate gift basket. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    Love this idea and I just purchased some of those peppermint sticks. Pinning!

    Wildly Original linky party is open

  5. 2kidscooking says:

    such an awesome idea, and they look so cute when they’re all done. Would be perfect for making with kids 😀

    Thanks for sharing at our Sunday Show and Tell!

  6. Can you suggest a good way to wrap them up so the marshmallow doesn’t harden?

    • You have several options. Some small plastic gift bags from Michaels with a ribbon tied around it. You can also use seran wrap or the snack size ziplock bags. With the snack size ziplock bag just cut the “ziplock” top off, gather the bag around the top of the Marshmallow and tie with a ribbon colorful ribbon. Hope that helps, thanks for looking at our site!



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