This easy outdoor hot chocolate bar setup is great if you have some fun family activities planned this Christmas season!
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Welcome to day 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas inspiration blog hop! Bri from Parties With A Cause, Jennifer from BellaGrey Designs, and Sarina from Joy in the Commonplace are joining me today to share hot cocoa bar ideas.
I always set up a hot beverage station in my home during the winter. My family and I love to enjoy a cup of cocoa during a family movie night, or when we are sitting around playing board games. We also go through hot apple cider, coffee, and tea like crazy during the winter months. Even though I'm perfectly happy to be cozy in my house snuggling with the kiddos, we actually do make it outside when it's chilly to go play.
I love how easy it is to pack up this hot chocolate bar to take on a winter adventure. Maybe you'll go sledding, chop down a Christmas tree, or just go in your front yard to build a snowman. This is also great for leaving on your porch on Christmas Eve if you are expecting carolers.
Isn't this hot cocoa sign adorable? I designed and made it with my Cricut machine. If you have one too, you can find this Cricut Design Space project here all ready to cut out.
See This Easy Outdoor Hot Chocolate Bar Setup In My Latest YouTube Video
I got lucky and scored a lot of the items on my hot chocolate bar from Home Goods, Ross, and Walmart.
Set Up Your Own Outdoor Hot Chocolate Bar With These Items
- buffalo plaid tray table
- hot beverage dispensers
- galvanized metal cake stand
- buffalo plaid to go bowls
- disposable travel cups
Treats To Include On Hot Chocolate Bar
On my hot chocolate bar you can see that includes whipped cream (a must for hot chocolate!!!) cinnamon, marshmallows, candy canes, chocolate twigs, and chocolate dipped shortbread cookies. You know what would also be great? These delicious pecan butterscotch cookies. Other hot chocolate toppings to consider could be nutmeg, sprinkles, and caramel sauce. Go crazy - the possibilities are endless!
Hot Chocolate Bar Ideas from the bloggers of the 12 Days of Christmas
Jennifer at BellaGrey Designs is sharing this Copper and Black Hot Cocoa Bar.
Over at Joy in the Commonplace, Sarina is sharing this DIY Christmas Hot Cocoa Bar.
At Parties With A Cause, Bri is sharing this Gingerbread Hot Cocoa Bar.
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That's it for this easy outdoor hot chocolate bar setup. Make sure to come back for the rest of the 12 Days of Christmas. Until next time!
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Hi, I’m Jordan – a work at home mom with 3 super fun little boys. I love entertaining guests and want to help you make entertaining easy!