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Hot Chocolate Bar

This hot chocolate bar is perfect for a holiday party! All the elements to make and dress your very own delicious cup of hot chocolate
Well, we decided to do something new for a Christmas party we were hosting at our place this year :)
We made a very delicious, crock-pot, creamy, hot chocolate, and provided a plethora of (adult) drinks and treats for our guests to flavour and decorate their own drinks. Check our our Hot Chocolate Bar!

Obviously a hot chocolate bar must start with delicious hot chocolate :)

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups whipping cream
  • 1 (14 oz) can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 4 cups milk
  • 2 tsp pure vanilla extract

I doubled this recipe and it just fit inside my crock pot :)

Combine everything and cook on low for 2 hours (or longer if you double it). Whisk it every 30 minutes to an hour to make sure the chocolate chips are getting melted and mixed in.

This slow cooker hot chocolate is creamy and delicious! Perfect for a holiday get-together
I made tags for each of the toppings I provided, with cute little washi tape designs on them. It’s so simple to do, and adds that extra touch that pulls everything together.
Gather all the popular hot chocolate toppings like toffee and chocolate chips in cute mini mason jarsThis holiday bar is complete with all your favorite toppings, like peppermint sticks, cinnamon sticks, chocolate chips or buttery toffee piecesYou can make cute labels for your holiday bar toppings by simply using gift tags and ribbon

The toppings I provided:

  • Chocolate chips
  • Toffee bits
  • White chocolate chips
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Peppermint sticks
  • Cinnamon sticks
  • Chocolate stir sticks
  • Hazelnut/chocolate sticks’
  • Whipping Cream
  • Red and green sprinkles
  • Caramel flavouring
Holiday toppings and adult-friendly additions make this a perfect party ideaProvide an assortment of toppings for your holiday bar, so everyone has a little something they love

If it’s an adult party… you can also provide these options for your hot chocolate bar:

  • Peppermint Schnapps
  • Baileys
  • Amarula
  • Frangelico
  • Kahlúa
I used gift tags with ribbon to label my holiday bar toppings
Then, enjoy a steaming cup of creamy deliciousness :)
Oh, and get ready, because you WILL be asked for this recipe! Guests went back for seconds (despite how sweet and filling it is) because they enjoyed this hot chocolate bar so much! Having a holiday bar adds that extra bit of cheer to your Christmas party, and it’s so simple to do.
The perfect mug of warm, creamy hot chocolate topped with whipped cream, sprinkles, and a peppermint stick
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Or, make simple party favours and hostess gifts, like these Mini Deer Pallet Ornaments!

Make these DIY rustic pallet ornaments with a few popsicle sticks and some jute string!

20 thoughts on “Hot Chocolate Bar

  1. Awesome idea. You are so crafty! I wouldnt attempt most of your ideas due to lack of patience….and talent! But I think I might give this one a try!
    Brianne

  2. I am having a late Christmas party for work and would like to make this and double it like you did. What size is the crock pot you used>

  3. Love your Hot Chocolate bar!
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  4. I love this idea, and plan on using it for my holiday party. Where did you find the chocolate stirrers, or did you make them.

    1. I got the stirrers at the Bulk Barn (a bulk candy store). I think that they may hold them in some grocery stores too. I hope you enjoy the hot chocolate bar!

  5. I gave the Hot Chocolate Bar to my staff as a present. I used your recipe ,and it got rave reviews!!! Thanks for sharing it with everyone.

    1. I bought them at the Bulk Barn! They were super cheap! I’ve also seen them at winners. I think some grocery stores have them too, called “Pocky” sticks. Hope that helps!

  6. Hello! If I double the recipe, how many servings will it be approximately? I’m thinking of doing this at work but not sure if I want to double it or do 1.5 :)

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