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Peppermint Stick Marshmallow Stirrers are a delightful and festive gift that you can give alongside homemade hot chocolate mix or wrap up for an extra special treat. 

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12 marshamallow stirrers
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Peppermint Stick Marshmallow Stirrers
Granulated Sugar
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12 marshamallow stirrers



  1. Prepare homemade Corn Syrup Free Marshmallows.
  2. Push a peppermint stick through each marshmallow.
  3. Melt chocolates over a gently simmering pan of water. Gently dip bottoms of marshmallows into chocolate. Let extra chocolate drip off. Dip bottoms into nonpareils.
  4. Let set at room temperature. Wrap in bags.


NOTE: When stirred into a hot cup of cocoa, the marshmallow begins to soften and the chocolate adds an extra layer of richness. The stick adds minty peppermint flavor. Wrap in a cellophane bag and tie with a ribbon and pair with our Mexican Hot Chocolate Gift Mix for an easy gift.

Recipe developed for Dixie Crystals by Bree Hester

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