Hot Chocolate Bar

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Over the weekend my sister had an open house at her flower and gift store, and my niece Jenny and I set up this fun hot chocolate bar for her guests. We set it up on her copper work counter, and made a kraft paper runner. You can see the shelves of vases in the background of some of the pictures. We started out with this really cute idea for a hot chocolate tree, that I thought you might like too. πŸ˜‰

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I had a set of six clear glass ornaments from Michaels, and added different hot chocolate elements to each of them.

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One was filled with cocoa powder, another with mini marshmallows, another with candy cane pieces, one with red sprinkles, one with Christmas chocolate chips in white, green and red, and lastly one with snowflake sprinkles. We tied them with red satin ribbon, and my sister made an arrangement of Christmas greens and curly willow sticks for us to hang them on.

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I really love how it turned out, it was kind of quirky and added height to the hot chocolate bar. Since my sister is a florist, we had lots of gorgeous flowers to choose from for our display too. We used red and white roses and gerberas in the same vases that I used for the wood themed table here. I love the impact of using all the same flowers for each arrangement.

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We offered regular or white hot chocolate and then had a variety of toppings for people to add.

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We had lots of different marshmallow flavours to choose from including, strawberry, regular, regular mini, tutti frutti mini, chocolate, chocolate mint, and cinnamon bun -some leftovers from the s’more party.

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Along with marshmallows we had milk in a pretty old milk bottle, whipped cream, and caramel drizzle. There was also some sprinkles and nutmeg, and cinnamon, including large cinnamon sticks that could be used for stirring.

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We had some other fun toppings too, including candy canes, and Christmas chocolate chips in white, red and green.

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My favourite was the white cotton candy (we found at bulk barn), it looked like Santa’s beard or the white trim on his suit to me. πŸ˜‰ Another fun addition might have been a little Baileys, or other liqueur -for an at home party.

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With a hot chocolate bar like this, life really is a party!

This post is linked up at French Country Cottage, Whipperberry, Blissful Bucket List, Petites Passions, The Shabby Nest, and Tatertots and Jello.

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Comments

  1. I am currently heading for the kettle – hot chocolate it is!

  2. Those little ornaments are so cute! love it…very nice! Love the assortment of marshmallows.

  3. Oh my! This is so cute! I love everything..especially the little ornaments. Great job!

  4. I super love this Hot Chocolate bar! Your open house party must be a blast! I featured your idea at Passion Parade today. I hope you could come by and check it out πŸ™‚

    xo
    Myric

  5. What a great idea! I can’t wait to do this for xmas! You made a great list of toppings! Thank you!

  6. So glad you were inspired Amanada!
    Dannyelle

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