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From mouth-watering spritz cookie recipes that will outshine the rest, to delicious hot cocoa boosted with salted caramel and an edible candy spoon on the side, you'll be the host with the most in no time at all.
The kitchen is open and ready to serve free hot dogs, corn chowder and hot cocoa.
A sleigh ride for two includes hot cocoa and a horse-drawn ride through a local resident elk herd.
The kit includes eight packets of classic, rich and velvety, hot cocoa mix, eight natural vanilla marshmallows, and eight hand-pulled peppermint stir sticks that dissolve and infuse peppermint into the cocoa.
Some varieties of hot cocoa are packed full of flavanol, a natural antioxidant and blood-flow boosting compound.
has unveiled a line of premium baking, hot cocoa mixes, candy making and dipping products packaged in zip-up pouches.
Researchers are reporting in the August 7 issue of Neurology that seniors who drank two cups of hot cocoa a day for one month performed better on thinking and memory tests than those who didn't.
The participants drank two cups of hot cocoa per day for 30 days and did not consume any other chocolate during the study.
In addition to a hot cocoa station with all the trimmings, fresh juices, coffees and assorted teas will be available.
We recommend the 51-year-old puts his feet up for a few days off with some soothing sounds and hot cocoa.
Eating a little bit of chocolate or having a drink of hot cocoa as part of a regular diet is probably good for personal health.
The mouth-watering set contains three 'high-foaming' all-in-one shampoo, shower gel and bubble baths, in Hazelnut Espresso, Double Rich Hot Cocoa and Hot Buttered Rum.