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World’s Best Hot Chocolate Recipe & Printable Gift Tag

World’s Best Hot Chocolate Recipe & Printable Gift Tag
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Who’s ready for the World’s Best Hot Chocolate recipe?! I am. I actually shared this recipe 8 years ago (!!), but my photography skills have improved a little so I thought I’d just redo the whole post. This is truly a crowd favorite – and I’ve got some cute printable gift tags to dress it up a bit, making this the perfect gift for neighbors, friends, teachers and any choco-holics you might know (we all know one, right?).

World's Best Hot ChocolateWe made a huge batch of this last year. It’s lasted all year long, and we still have plenty left over…which I’m sure we’ll start into before too long. It’s getting cold outside (finally, yay) and hot chocolate is definitely on the agenda!

World's Best Hot Chocolate

Here’s how to make it (you can buy most of this stuff on Amazon and avoid the grocery stores altogether, woohoo):

World's Best Hot Chocolate

 

World's Best Hot ChocolateDump all the ingredients in the bowl and mix very, very well.  Then, scoop out the mix into jars (or whatever you want to put it in).

Fill a mug 1/3 – 1/2 full with the mixture (not rocket science, but just depending on your taste – I am a “half full” kinda gal, myself).  Add boiling water (this is what my mother-in-law did, but I just microwaved some water for two minutes and poured that in to the mug with the mixture), stir, and get to drankin’.  That stuff is good.

Add some marshmallows to take this over the top.

World's Best Hot Chocolate

World's Best Hot Chocolate

Created By Carrie
This homemade hot chocolate recipe is perfect for chilly days. It makes a great gift, too!
5 from 1 vote
Course Dessert
Cuisine American

Equipment

  • Large mixing bowl

Ingredients
  

  • 25.6 oz dry milk
  • 16 oz dry cream
  • 12 oz powdered sugar
  • 2 lb Nestle Quick

Instructions
 

  • Dump all the ingredients in the bowl and mix very, very well.  Then, scoop out the mix into jars (or whatever you want to put it in).
    Fill a mug 1/3 - 1/2 full with the mixture (not rocket science, but just depending on your taste - I am a "half full" kinda gal, myself).  Add boiling water (this is what my mother-in-law did, but I just microwaved some water for two minutes and poured that in to the mug with the mixture), stir, and get to drankin'.  That stuff is good.
    Add some marshmallows to take this over the top.
     




Keyword christmas, drink, holiday
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World's Best Hot ChocolateThe printable gift tags included have both the ingredients and the directions listed on them – making it super simple to gift! I used some cute pink twine we found at Michaels to attach the tags. You could use any pretty ribbon. I printed these labels on card stock. You could also print on sticker paper and affix to the jars.

Either way you go, this is a super fun gift that the giftee is going to love (and actually use). 🙂

Download your labels below.

Hot Chocolate GIft Tags

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Carrie; how many jars does this make?

Thanks!!!

Cant wait to try this! Thanks for sharing the labels too! What size box of powdered sugar do you use?

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