Ok but consider the following: Friendship/mutual solidarity between Team Rose and Team Dark
Remember the Treasure Team Tango arc from SU? This is basically it but with less fighting between them (probably). Big is also there
Cream hears that Rouge loves gemstones so she gets one of those fantasy gems kit and makes all sorts of pretty necklaces and bracelets for her
Amy and Cream are the Flower Experts™ so when they find out about Shadow’s flower arrangement hobby they help him with flower meanings and what flowers go best together FOR THE ULTIMATE ARRANGEMENT
FLOWER CROWNS AND BRACELETS!!! EVERYONE GETS ONE!!!!
Shadow and Rouge keep their flower bracelets under their gloves. Omega doesn’t have gloves or pockets so he keeps losing his during battle, but Cream doesn’t mind maing him new ones every time
Shadow and Rouge being big bro + sis figures to Amy and especially Cream (at first it’s obviously awkward bc how??? do i deal with kids??? but it get easier once they grow closer)
Big goes fishing one day and he asks Shadow if he wants to tag along with him and Froggy. Shadow doesn’t really get it and he doesn’t do any actual fishing but watching the fish swim by is really calming and therapeutic for him. Froggy spends most of the day sitting on his head
For all of her love for Sonic, Amy still gets frustrated with him and can’t keep herself from rambling. Shadow and Rouge do nothing but enable her
“it’s just that he drives me up the wall sometimes-” “dump him” “WE’RE NOT EVEN DATING”
1 cup Heavy Whipping Cream (Make sure its very cold)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
1 cup Powdered Sugar
¾ cup Cocoa Powder
8 oz. Cream Cheese
½ cup Heath Toffee Bits
Graham Crackers, Cookies, etc for dipping
a stand mixer (or hand mixer + small bowl), blend together heavy
whipping cream, vanilla extract, and powdered sugar on high until stiff
peaks form, about 5-7 minutes. Set whipped cream aside.
a fresh bowl, using a stand mixer (or hand mixer + small bowl), blend
together cream cheese and cocoa powder until mostly smooth, about 1-2
minutes. It’s okay if it’s a little clumpy - just blend until cocoa
powder is mostly absorbed.
mixer speed to slow and slowly add whipped cream to chocolate mixture,
about 1/3 cup at a time. Mix until smooth and fluffy.
Turn off mixer and add Heath toffee bits. Use a spatula to gently mix together.
Christmas Crack dip to a serving bowl of your choice. If desired,
decorate top with more Heath toffee bits and sprinkles. Serve dip
immediately with saltine crackers.