Tomorrow we’re going to another “Ugly Sweater Party” and just like last year I’m totally not ready. I mean up until a few days ago I didn’t even know it was an “Ugly Sweater Party”! So technically it isn’t my fault that I’m not prepared. I’m blaming Thomas for this mix up because he’s the one that failed to mention that this was no ordinary Christmas Party!
Last year I made Thomas rush out to the store the day of the party and search for stuff that I could make “Ugly sweaters” with and we ended up with some pretty tacky Christmas sweaters to wear to the party haha. This year I think I’m just going to have to go with a regular sweater because I’m tired.
Oh and not only am I tired but it’s suppose to be like 70 degrees this weekend so it’s probably not even going to be cold enough for a sweater. Welcome to the South, where it’s freezing cold one day in December and then the next day you’re wearing short sleeves.
Even though I’m tired and 100% un-prepared for the party I still asked Thomas if he thought I should make some of these snowmen to take with us. Why? Oh because I like to torture myself, that’s why. haha
They’re just so adorable that I feel like they HAVE to make it to the party!
We’ll see if they actually get made. But just in case you’re not ridiculously tired this week and you’re ready to make a festive but easy little dessert I’m totally ready to share these Chocolate Covered Snowman S’more Sandwiches with you!!
So what are you going to need? Well, you’re going to need a bit of what’s in that photo up there.
- Graham Crackers
- Chocolate bar rectangles (or Chocolate Spread)
- Marshmallow Fluff
- Mini Chocolate Chips – for the buttons (or mini M&Ms)
- Orange Gummy Candies – for the nose
- Oreos – for the hat
- Mini Oreos – for the hat
- AirHead Candies Strips or Twizzlers for the Scarf
- White chocolate candy melts
Top the Marshmallow Fluff and Chocolate Graham Cracker Rectangles with a Marshmallow Fluff Graham Cracker Rectangles to make a sandwich.
Cut up a strip of the AirHead Candies Strips or Twizzlers for the Scarf. Use a bit of the melted chocolate to glue the scarf onto the snowman.
Let Chocolate harden before serving.
That’s pretty easy if you ask me, plus, who doesn’t love a good s’more dessert! Now if you don’t want to use mini chocolate chips and air heads that’s fine too!
Replace the mini chocolate chips with mini red and green M&Ms for the buttons,
Tie on a red twizzler for the scarf,
and you’re got a different look for your little Chocolate Covered Snowman S’more Sandwiches!
How cute are these snowmen! Cute and tasty!
And look at the inside! Mashmallow and Chocolate!
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Chocolate Covered Snowman S’more Sandwiches
Welcome to Day 5 of Christmas Week. This annual event was started in 2012, and is hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic. This year we have over 35 bloggers sharing festive sweet recipes for the event. Plus we all chipped in for a huge Amazon Gift Card Giveaway so be sure to enter!
Participants for Christmas Week:
Cravings of a Lunatic
Poet in the Pantry
The Redhead Baker
Pineapple and Coconut
All Roads Lead to the Kitchen
Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
Cupcakes & Kale Chips
Cooking on the Front Burner
The Little Ferraro Kitchen
Crumb: A Food Blog
The Bitter Side of Sweet
Amee’s Savory Dish
Food Done Light
Farm Fresh Feasts
Flour On My Face
Mother Would Know
Food Lust People Love
My Catholic Kitchen
Try Anything Once Culinary
That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Cooking In Stilettos
Mind Over Batter
Rants From My Crazy Kitchen
Lauren Kelly Nutrition
Big Bear’s Wife
From Gate to Plate
Karen’s Kitchen Stories
Dixie Chik Cooks
The Tomato Tart
Recipes from Day 5 of Christmas Week! Please visit all our talented participants:
Gingerbread Ornaments from Cravings of a Lunatic
Holiday Chocolate Bark from Desserts Required
Cranberry Cocktail from Poet in the Pantry
Spiced Hibiscus and Cranberry Mojito from Pineapple and Coconut
Homemade Toffee from All Roads Lead to the Kitchen
S’mores Hot Chocolate from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
Peppermint Truffles from The Bitter Side of Sweet
Boozy Bourbon Balls from Amee’s Savory Dish
Cranberry Swirl Cheesecake from Comfortably Domestic
Magic Cookie Truffles from Farm Fresh Feasts
Chocolate Mocha Roulade from Mother Would Know
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars from My Catholic Kitchen
Cardamon Coffee Bars with Mascarpone Frosting from Daily Appetite
Peppermint Mocha Truffles from Try Anything Once Culinary
Christmas Bundt Cake from Savory Experiments
Mexican Chocolate Panna Cotta from Cooking In Stilettos
Cherry Brandy Old Fashioned from Food Babbles
Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies from Mind Over Batter
Chocolate Covered Snowmen S’mores from Big Bear’s Wife
Habanero Orange Thumbprint Cookies from Everyday Southwest
Peppermint Marshmallow Brownies from From Gate to Plate
Spiced Rum Hot Chocolate from The Tomato Tart
Chocolate Crinkle Cookies from CopyKat Recipes