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Snow Man Poop Recipe

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This recipe for Snow Man Poop, by , is from Yesterday and Today; Our Favorites, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.


Added: Friday, August 7, 2009


In a small decorative container, or zip baggie, place miniature white marshmallows, white
mints, white chocolate covered raisins or peanuts, or other white candies. Seal/cover
container, and decorate as desired. Then attach one of the following poems:

Heard you've been naughty
so here's the scoop
all you get for Christmas is
snowman poop

Santa's been makin' his list
And checkin' it twice
He knows that you've been naughty
Not nice. . . . .
Since coal is so expensive
Here's the scoop
Santa has left you
Snowman Poop!

I heard you've been naughty,
So listen: here's the scoop.
I'm running short on coal this year,
So you get snowman poop.
Love, Santa

In the cold of winter when snow arrives,
All the snowman dance and feel alive.
If you follow in their tracks,
You will find little droppings from their cracks.
Round and white
So sweet and light
Eat one eat two
And have sweet dreams tonight!

Santa came and went last night
Traveling on his worldwide loop
Because you weren't so good this year
You get no coal just snowman poop
Round and white so sweet and light
Eat some and have good dreams tonight




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