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Snowman Soup

Updated on August 10, 2010
You can print this photo and use it as a label for your Snowman Soup.
You can print this photo and use it as a label for your Snowman Soup.
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Snowman Soup Recipe

Here's a really neat ideal that people really seem to love and I'm sure your kids or grand kids will love it to. It's a fun holiday ideal called Snowman Soup. I know a lot of the country is hot and the last thing probably on your mind is the holidays but here it is a delightful recipe called Snowman Soup.

Because before you know it cold weather will be here and then the first thing on everyone's mind will be the holidays that will soon be here. And then you'll be glad that you found this really great recipe for Snowman Soup.

On that first cold morning this coming fall why not make your kids a cup or two of snowman soup. I bet they will be both surprised and amazed by the ideal of making soup out of the ingredients for of all things a snowman.

You can make up a story or two about making snowman soup and just possibly start a holiday tradition that your kids will remember for years to come. And maybe when your kids have grown up maybe just maybe they will make your grand kids a cup of snowman soup one frosty morning in the distant future.

Maybe you should think of buying some large snowman mugs to make your snowman soup in. It will really jazz up the ideal of snowman soup and you could even make mugs of snowman soup and give them away as gifts.

Now lets take a look at the ingredients for a delightful cup of snowman soup.

You can arrange the below ingredients in a large snowman mug and you'll have a cup of snowman soup ready to go.

1. One Pack Of Hot Chocolate Mix.

2. Two Hershey's Chocolate Kisses For The Eyes.

3. Four Chocolate Chips For The Mouth.

4. Six To Eight Miniature Marshmallows.

5. A Cinnamon Stick To Stir The Cup Of Soup With.

You can put all the ingredients for the soup in the snowman mug and then wrap the top of the mug with red and green plastic wrap and a Christmas bow and you now have a cup of Snowman Soup.

And then that first frosty cold morning this fall you can bring out the cups of snowman soup and won't your kids be amazed. Or you can give them to your friends or family members as a gift. If your looking for a gift for that loving Grandmother or Aunt in the nursing home this is the perfect gift.

If you make the Snowman Soup recipe please post a comment below and let us all know what you think about it. Please post your comments or questions below. If you have other ideals for Snowman Soup feel free to post them also.

Frosty The Snowman Golden Book from 1950
Frosty The Snowman Golden Book from 1950

Frosty The Snowman Video

Frosty The Snowman Was One Of My All Time Favorites

I remember as a child that my all time favorites were Frosty the Snowman and the Grinch that stole Christmas. I remember my Mom setting reading both stories to me and my brother. But there was always just something so magic about Frosty the Snowman. I could not hear that story enough and I know I would have loved a big mug of snowman soup.

Frosty The Snowman started out as a song in 1950 and then the story was made into a Golden Book. The song was first sung and recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County boys. Autry had a huge success with the song , Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer the year before in 1949.

However it was Jimmy Durante who I remember doing Frosty the Snowman. There was just something so magic about Durante's singing that just brought Frosty to life. You would not believe all the snowmen I made over the years hoping one would come to life like Frosty and run and play.

It was in 1954 that Frosty was first brought to life on the big screen. That year UPA Studio brought Frosty to life in a three minute short animated film that people love to this day. You can still catch this short Frosty animated film on the WGN TV Station on most cable networks.

And way back then I just know I would have enjoyed a good hot mug of Snowman Soup so what are you waiting on. Go get the ingredients and start making snowman soup now.

Please post your comments or questions about Snowman Soup now. And thanks for reading my Hub Page.

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      jane 

      5 months ago

      We did raindear poop cups also. Cups full off kisses and a couple of cups with brown (Only) M&Ms

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      susie 

      6 years ago

      My neice did this but wrapped marshmellows in tinfoil and labeled freeze dried snowballs and used candycanes instead of cin sticks

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      Cindy O. 

      6 years ago

      Such a cute idea. Thank you so much! Will be using this for my students' first grade holiday party. Thanks again! :)

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      Caroline Paulison Andrew 

      7 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Also would make great gifts for teachers!

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