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Hot Chocolate Time


It's November and time for some hot chocolate...whether you are enjoying gameday at the stadium or at home, you may be inspired by this photo like I was.  


Dixie Delights, a fun blog to follow, made a hot chocolate bar for her back porch.  You can do this on the porch, in the den, in the kitchen or in a parking lot.  One variation for the parking lot tailgate, is to put the hot water in a carafe or thermos that you can take in the car.  Don't forget the cups and some spoons to stir in the hot chocolate mix, chocolate chips, mints and marshmallows.  And why not add a can of Reddi Whip?  

Enjoy!  And thanks to Dixie Delights for the gameday inspiration.  


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