DIY: Hot Chocolate Gifts

Feel like Christmas is sneaking up on you?

Yeah, me too.

Well good news! I’ve got a super easy gift that you can make up in a jiffy. This is better than any packaged hot chocolate because it’s ” made with love”.

Making gifts can save shopping time and cut down on spending. ( If that isn’t a winner, then I don’t know what is). I also love how you can add your own creative twist to homemade goodies. It’s lots of fun!

So let’s get mixing!

  • 3 cups of cocoa powder
  • 2 cups of cane sugar
  • 1 bag of mini chocolate chips
  • 1 bag of mini marshmallows
  • 1tbsp of cinnamon
  • 1tsp of nutmeg
  • Cute/ festive jars to place your product in

Ready for how easy this is?

Well first, place the sugar in a food processor and blend into a fine powder. Then, combine the cocoa powder, cinnamon, and nutmeg with the sugar. Blend them together and let the mixture settle before opening. ( or else you’ll have hot chocolate dust everywhere).

*Now, depending on the size of jars you use, you may have more or less gifts of hot chocolate. (I used 5, 16 ounce, jars.)

Fill each jar a little over halfway with the hot cocoa mix and add about 1/2 cups of the mini chocolate chips. Then, fill the rest of the jars with the marshmallows.

Voila! It couldn’t be easier!

You should also write the directions on a little tag to tie onto the jars.

✨Here are the directions:

{ Shake jar well to mix ingredients. Add 2 tbsp of mix to 1 cup of warm milk. ~Enjoy }

You can add ribbons to the jars, tie some candy canes to them, or do whatever your creative mind comes up with!

Have a great Christmas everyone!

(But don’t forget the hot chocolate😉).

~xoxo Juliana Marie

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