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Anyone want a cup of SNOWMAN'S SOUP?

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by angelblossom on November 30, 2005 02:14 PM
WOW normally I'm really warm blooded but tonight I got chilly and couldn't shake it, even after a hot bath. I called my daughter and she told me to make myself a cup of Snowman's Soup! I'd forgotten all about that> last time I had it was when my Daughters were in middle school But she says she makes it often for her sons.
SNOWMAN's SOUP
1 Coffee Mug filled 3/4 full of HOT water
1 individual pkg instant hot chocolate
a few minature marshmellows
a few chocolate chips
1 candy cane to stir
1/2 jigger Kahlua'(okay I used a full jigger)
SHHHH DON"T TELL ANYONE!!! (& NO the kids don't get kahlua'LOL)
Stir and Blend well with candy cane
Make sure it not too hot
Bottoms up and melt away the chill!

HMMMMMMMM NOT SO CHILLY NOW! [lala] [lala]

Chocolate liqour's very nice in it also [thumb] [grin]

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by obywan59 on November 30, 2005 02:14 PM
I love kahlua. [thumb]

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by obywan59 on November 30, 2005 02:24 PM
And amaretto, and bourbon and coke, and good wine. Tonight though, while I watched my movie, I drank some of Anchor Brewery's holiday ale. It was good, reminded me of porter. I don't think that would have worked very well in Snowman's soup though.

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by plants 'n pots on November 30, 2005 09:51 PM
Angel... when my husband and I lived in Reno, we would take a thermos of hot chocolate and Kahlua with us when we went cross country skiing up at Lake Tahoe. What a terrific treat we had while looking at the views of the lake from up there! [thumb]

Peppermint Schnapps is another great one to put in hot chocolate! [muggs]

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by 4Ruddy on December 01, 2005 03:51 AM
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I love kahlua.
EWE..me too! I have a friend who use to make home made Kahlua for Christmas gifts evey year!
Snowman soup..that is SO cute!!!!

Peppermint schnapps is wonderful to pass around when we are sitting by the campfire at deer camp...it is a great warmer upper!!!

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by angelblossom on December 01, 2005 08:57 AM
OOOOH Yeah 4Ruddy and pots and plants... Peppermint Schnapps Was My personal winter antifreeze that got me thru those Kansas Winters (Back in the day [lala] [thumb] before little ones) Good idea! I think I'll try that one next time goes right along with the candy cane!

Obywan59 Anchors Brewery Holiday Ale? OH What A nice after thought!!
[muggs]

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by Pie eater........ on December 03, 2005 03:27 PM
Do you recon you could make cold snowman soup? Like with Ice cream or something?

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by angelblossom on December 04, 2005 08:42 AM
I don't know about 'cold snowman;s soup, But...

I Love Vanilla icecream and Baileys!!!!!! [clappy] [lala]

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by comfrey on December 04, 2005 09:55 AM
How bout Iris Cream...I don't like Kahlua, think that would work instead???? [clappy]

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by angelblossom on December 04, 2005 02:03 PM
I'm Sure it would work just fine,. Try it and let us know..!!! [clappy] [perplexed]

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by comfrey on December 04, 2005 03:42 PM
I live in a dry county, so will have to wait until next Wednesday or Thrusday when someone will be going to the beverage store...LOL But I am going to try it.

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