Winter is just around the corner, and although it doesn’t get too chilly in my neck of the woods (thank goodness for living on the coast!) I love to put together a Christmas hot chocolate bar for my kiddos or a party. They love a sweet treat, and I love how it looks in my home. Check out my latest bar.
Give any one of these a try. Make spirits bright and cold hands warm with these ideas.
Christmas Hot Chocolate Bar
Established California deserves the credit for this adorable hot chocolate bar. Equipped with all the necessities, anyone would love making a cup of hot chocolate at this bar!
Every hot chocolate bar needs a handmade holiday menu! Break out your best handwriting, and your best chalk for this fun (and rustic!) DIY project. This project is from Clean and Scentsible.
If you love buffalo plaid, this DIY project is perfect for you! Find the printable labels at Hawthorne and Main, and get to work setting up your hot chocolate bar!
Speaking of chalkboard hot chocolate bar signs, check out this one from Aspen Jay. I’m not sure why, but I think that the striped straws are the best part of this homemade hot chocolate bar!
If you’re planning on setting up a holiday hot chocolate bar, you might be wondering what kind of treats to supply! Fortunately, this blog post from Country Living outlines the whole process for you. Don’t forget the dip-able cookies!
This is one of my favorite homemade hot chocolate bars, simply because the color scheme is so unique! Ice blue and red may not be what you think of when it comes to Christmas, but after you incorporate this DIY; you will! Anders Scruff shows you how to make this a part of your home.
Did you know that hot chocolate made in a crock pot is MILES better than when it’s made in the microwave! If you are planning a party, give your guests the option to make it “spiked” for a little more fun. From Two Twenty One.
This hot chocolate bar looks like something straight out of a winter wonderland themed fairytale. Twinkle lights, fake snow, and take-able hot chocolate make this the perfect hub for thirsty (and cold) partygoers. More at A Crafted Passion.