12.01.2014

Hot Cocoa on a Stick

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! It's hard to believe we're in December already, but I'm excited to get into the Christmas festivities!

Today I'm over at 30 Days sharing an easy, no bake treat...Hot Cocoa on a Stick! Perfect for the holidays!



You can get the recipe tutorial here and you can download the printable here.


I used this 2-inch Scalloped Paper Punch for the tag which pulls it all together and makes an adorable gift. 

Pair it with a cute mug for a teacher, co-worker or neighbor. It's a fun and easy activity for the kids too!

Looking for more no-bake holiday treats? Click here for more!

Enjoy!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you Brittany, these are too cute!!

Caitlin Fisher said...

Thank you! These are adorable! Quick questions! I bought the jello mold that you used, tried it today and couldn't get them back out! Do you usually spray with a non stick spray? Has this happened to you before?

Thanks!

Brittany Turco said...

I didn't use a spray or anything, although you could. I just pop them out like an ice cube tray. Wiggling the spoon and pressing from bottom will loosen them too. I hope that helps!

Twinmomwv said...

I'm having issues getting the printable to come up.

Brittany Turco said...

Try this direct link to the printable:
https://www.scribd.com/doc/248759341/Hot-Cocoa-on-a-Stick

Cheryl Stanke said...

How did you print on rhe sticks?

Brittany Turco said...

Hi Cheryl, I stamped the spoons with a similar stamp set to this one: http://amzn.to/20hoSCy

Donna said...

I have the spoons - they arrived yesterday and I've ordered the mold. I can hardly wait to get it and get started. I'm planning to stamp on the spoons with my Stampin' Up Rotary Stamp: http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=133769&dbwsdemoid=2115415

You can put any word / words you want!

Rachel Bauer said...

These do look very cute, but can anyone tell me if they taste good? Melting a chunk of chocolate in hot liquid may not really melt that well.

Brittany Turco said...

Hi Rachel, the key to melting the chocolate is making sure the milk is VERY hot. They are tasty too...just be sure to use good, quality chocolate.

Michelle said...

Hi, These are so cute!! What kind of chocolate would you recommend?

Brittany Turco said...

Michelle, I use Nestle or Ghirardelli morsels (chocolate chips). Happy Making!

Bri Marie Events said...

I have to pay Scribd to access the pdf?? Am I doing something wrong?

Brittany Turco said...

Bri, Scribd used to be free, but they changed it to a subscription-based resource :( I've moved it over to a different location. You can find it here: http://www.mediafire.com/view/g1cqqj610nr4yh6/hot_cocoa_printable.pdf