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Hot Cocoa Bar...so cute! // I used different containers or mine and full candy canes to stir with:) fun, convenient, seasonal, decorative as well:)

HOT COCOA KIT: Fill plastic tube containers with anything good to mix or dunk in a cup of cocoa. Marshmallows, Fine shavings, cocoa powder - Crushed candy canes. - Malted milk powder - Miniature shortbread cookies - Chocolate dipped candy cane sticks or miniature candy canes

done for 18 years, this would make the most amazingly simple yet thorough "baby book"

Individual Hot Chocolate Favor Kits... you can make the cutest gifts with not alot of money...:-)

sweetness in a jar: hot chocolate mix {simple but thoughtful diy gift}

In a bowl, stir together milk powder, sugar, cocoa powder, coffee crystals, and salt. Divide mixture among 5 gift bags. Sprinkle some of the chocolate pieces into each bag. Seal and store at room temperature for up to 3 months. Makes 5 (3-serving) bags.

Great Packaging, not loose in the jar! Christmas! Cocoa, marshmallows & mints - cute gift idea!

Everyone loves Hot Cocoa! Simple DIY Christmas Gift! Great for Teacher Gifts, Neighbors, Guests and more! Pin this to your Christmas Board!

Better Homes and Gardens has a nice collection of Simple Holiday Crafts for Under $10 – including this easy-to-make Hot Cocoa Kit.

Hot Chocolate Favor Kits...you can make the cutest gifts with not alot of money...

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