The Partiologist: Let It Snow...

Let It Snow...

Here in Colorado, I'm ringing in the new year with a blanket of snow. Some of you might not see snow this January...no worries, you can make your own! Just tap your heels together.
 
Let it Snow...
Let it Snow...
Let it Snow...
 
And it snowed...Chocolate Snowmen Pops!
 
 

And Chocolate Snowflake Pops.
 
Wouldn't it be fun, if just a couple of times it snowed chocolate snowflakes? 
 
Just in case it doesn't happen, I'll show you how to make them! 
After making the red candy pops, I added white fondant snowflakes.
 
A few snowmen had to get in on the fun too!
 
Baby, it's very cold outside!  But not for the white chocolate Snowmen!
 
I used Wilton white chocolate for the suckers and Wilton red fondant to make their hats. 
 
After rolling out the fondant, I embossed it with fabric embossing mats. 
 
Added a strip of red (cut with my OXO Rolling Mincer) across the bottom and made a red circle for the pom pom.  
 
Piped on a little royal icing and put the snowman together. 
 
Now it's time to come in from the cold!
 
It's Been Nice To Snow Ya!
 


18 comments :

  1. I would love it if it snowed chocolate snowflakes! I can't explain how much I love snow and I wake up every morning and look outside to see if it is a winter wonderland! Your snowmen are adorable!

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    1. You think like my daughter! I love snow, but only to look at! :)

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  2. The snowmen are wonderful...do you really have that much snow??? Thanks for sharing the snowmen and the snow!

    Annette

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    1. When I took the photo we did, now it is melting away...but not for long - we're expecting to get lots more snow this weekend!

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  3. Awww, so jealous of your snow!! I wish it would snow here...chocolate snowflakes would be even better! :)

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    1. You might have to buy some canned snow! :)

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  4. This is my kind of snow! I really love the snowmen! I do NOT miss snow - that's why I live in AZ! I like viewing it from a far on the mountain tops! :) Come visit me soon!!! CHEERON!!!

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    1. You are so spoiled with your sunshine! :)

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  5. Ooooh, chocolate snowflakes. I'd be excited to see snow if everything that fell was chocolate!

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    1. Me too, then I would go out side and try to catch a snowflake on my tongue!

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  6. Cute. How did you make the nose? Thanks. Kathy

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    1. Thanks Kathy - I actually bought the candy noses from a bakery when I was in NE.

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  7. How cute are these? I love how simple the snowflake ones are yet they're so beautiful. I need me a lollipop mould like that since I have the plunger cutters too. And the snowman? Toooooo cute for words.

    -Lisa.
    Sweet 2 Eat Baking

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  8. I love the "knit" caps on your snowmen! So cute!

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  9. I wished it snowed chocolate snowflakes! Both of your pops are so adorable!

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  10. Such cute chocolate snowmen, Kim. When you come to AZ to visit your "Cheeron" ^^^^^ friend, make sure to visit me too!!! and Denyse!!!!

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