We were having the choir from our church and their families over after Sunday night service for a donut fellowship. I thought this would be a great time to try out a Hot Chocolate Bar as well. I figured everyone needed a sugar rush ever once in a while!
So, because I had never actually seen a hot chocolate bar, I had to look it up online. It was rather late on Saturday before I started looking, and I was a little intimidated at first at the beautiful Hot Chocolate Bars I saw. I kept looking and got some ideas that I knew was "do-able", for me, anyway! So this is what I came up with for the Hot Chocolate Bar for the choir, and then the second set of pictures shows how I changed it up a bit the next day and made it "grand kid friendly"! (mainly replacing glass with plastic~!)
|To make the peppermint stirrers, my daughter, Sarah, and I stuck marsh mellows on the end of the peppermint cane and then dipped them in melted white chocolate.|
Now for the Grand Kid Hot Chocolate Bar! Just a simple switch from glass containers to plastic ones, and adding their favorite thing in the world, I think, WHIP CREAM! They love for me to just squirt a big old glob of it in their mouth! Oh the joys of being a grandmother! This hot chocolate bar was a huge success with the grandchildren!
|Yummy stirring spoons made my Aunt Sarah!|
|Abby helping me put it together as we waited for Aunt Leah and Jackob to arrive from Mississippi on Monday night of the week before Christmas. She was so excited!|