Hot cocoa with marshmallows is one of those things that can sound appealing even on a hot August night, but it's downright irresistible once the first flurries start falling. If you can't get enough of cocoa flavor, try Kiehl's Lip Gloss in Warm Milk Chocolate ($25) or Yes To Carrots Lip Gloss in Cocoa Loco ($6). If you'd rather smell like pure deliciousness, there's also Urban Decay Sparkling Edible Body Powder in Marshmallow ($29) and Victoria's Secret Cocoa Butter Sensuous Escape Body Lotion ($30), both guaranteed to make you good enough to eat. And if you love cocoa's great moisturizing and cleansing properties, this Cococare Cocoa Butter Complexion Bar ($2) is a sweet bargain.
When the weather outside is frightful, there are few things more comforting than a big mug of hot cocoa with tons of marshmallows on top. I find the smell of hot chocolate alone enough to make me calmer, warmer, and happier, so I set out to find some beauty products that can put a smile on my face no matter how gray and cold it gets outside. I found a ton of chocolaty goodness, and few (sometimes edible) marshmallow things to top them off with. Just click through to get warm and cozy.
I don't know how, but Japan has outdone itself again. A contestant on this torture show must wrap a rubber band nostril harness around his head and then s-t-r-e-t-c-h to swallow a marshmallow dangling inches before him. It's like Pac-Man, but better. Hello — dangling marshmallows?!
I can't stop fantasizing about this pink marshmallow peppermint cake. The cake layers are a mixture of chocolate and vanilla cake batters, and the frosting is fluffy marshmallow cream topped with crushed candy canes. Doesn't it sound like heaven on a plate? — Culinary Concoctions By Peabody
The only thing better than curling up with a soothing bowl of soup at this time of year, is curling up with a gooey, chocolate dessert. These little individual cakes aren't your ordinary molten cakes, they are filled with a surprise — marshmallows! The recipe is simple to make and oh-so-delicious. To see how it's done, read more
I'm not into making children's food particularly kid friendly. I don't like sandwiches that are cut into cute shapes with cookie cutters, or eggs that are decorated with veggies to resemble a smiley face. However when I saw these adorable edible snails — made from marshmallow and jello — I thought they would make a fabulous pre-Halloween dessert! Kids will especially enjoy these because finally, playing with food is acceptable. They are a fun dessert to bring to a potluck, party, or dinner, so get the recipe now, just read more