All That and a Cookie
Make everyone’s favorite winter beverages even better with one little addition: these delicious sugary mug-topper cookies. They’re a bite of instant good cheer.
The Bear Necessities
These teddy bear breads are little puffs of coziness from Sandra at La Receta de la Felicidad (The Recipe for Happiness). She’s inspiring us to gather the family and serve these too-adorable mug toppers for some cocoa-related fun.
Little dollops of frozen whipped cream add sweetness to a mug of hot chocolate. They’re also great for a cool down when you steam the milk a little too long. We welcome the cold infusion when it’s this delicious.
Build a whole village of gingerbread house decorations for your mugs. Megan from the blog Not Martha created a simple design for the houses and adds flair with roof decorations for each. Her favorite roof is made of crushed candy canes; we can see why.
These fun stirrers mimic reality, making what you’re about to drink even more tempting. Use them to swirl around the chocolate and get the rest of the marshmallows to the perfect consistency, which we consider to be chocolaty but not soggy.
This girl really knows her mug toppers. Megan of Not Martha inspired us again with this adorable lattice design. It’s like having a mini pie on top of your hot bevvie. Her how-to steps make it completely doable.
Becky of Creatively Content is sharing her love of gingerbread with her hot beverages. Hang these heart-shaped cookies on the side of a mug and use the cookie of the season to show family and friends that you care.
Up on the Mug Top
Santa is off the rooftop and hanging on the side of your mug. The 15-second icing makes these cookies as simple as they are delicious. And a hanging tutorial shows how easy it is to make any shaped cookie into a mug topper.