The Hot Cocoa Page
96 Hot Chocolate Signs ** Labels ** Hot Cocoa Infographics ** Hot Cocoa Recipes ** Hot Chocolate Bar Signs ** NEW Cocoa Bomb Tags
With so many uses for cold weather decorating, these Hot Chocolate signs are sure to add fun and a festive look to your holiday projects. These were created to use with a Hot Cocoa gift basket, but use your imagination for other Christmas projects. There are 3 variations available of the printable Hot Cocoa Infographic below.
Keep going down the page to find more Hot Chocolate signs and tags, hot cocoa cup labels, hot cocoa kit labels, cocoa bomb tags, hot chocolate recipes and labels and signs for a Hot Chocolate Bar.
HOT COCOA SIGNS
Available at Amazon.com -120 Hot Chocolate Recipes by Bonnie Scott - Paperback or Kindle E-book
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Hot Cocoa Signs, Labels & Tags - Click to print:
Hot Chocolate Bombs - Cocoa Bomb Tags
Use the Scale selection on the print screen to resize the hot chocolate bomb tags if necessary.
Hot Cocoa Kit
Give a homemade gift - a Hot Cocoa Kit you make yourself.
First, choose a snowman face from below. You can print the 2" samples I already sized for you, or select the large images to print and resize them using the Scale selection on your print screen to make them the exact size you need. (For better quality, select the large image and try print scale of 50%) Print 2 copies of the face, one to cut and one for a template.
Cut a square around one face, and tape it in the inside of the jar you will be using for the face.
Cut around each piece on the other face. After cutting, you can touch up the black pieces with a black sharpie pen if there is any white showing. - OR - You could use paint or paint pens that adhere to glass and draw the face using the template inside the jar. Of course, you can always use a Cricut, Mod Podge or decoupage.
Then I used a glue stick as adhesive on the back of the cut out pieces and positioned them using the template that was inside the jar. Perfect! (And the glue stick pieces adhered very well to the glass, better than I expected.)
Beware that your jars should sit nicely on top of each other before you start the Hot Cocoa Kit. I don't think there is a safe way to fasten them together. Most Hot Cocoa Kits do not have the jars fastened to each other. Or perhaps glue the jars together. Anyway, the jars came out so cute. Make your own!
Hot Cocoa Kit Labels
Hot Cocoa Infographics - Click to print
The Hot Chocolate Infographic has 9 variations of hot chocolate, all with only 4 to 6 ingredients. Perfect for creating a hot chocolate gift basket with most of the ingredients to make each delightful hot cocoa variety. Or use it as recipes for a Hot Chocolate Bar. If you'd like to create something more permanent, laminate the infographic or glue it to a piece of wood and seal it with clear acrylic spray. Choose from the following recipes for hot cocoa: Peppermint, Eggnog Flavor, Candy Bar, Mint White Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Pumpkin Pie, Mexican Spice, Dark Chocolate or White Cranberry.
Continue down the page to see a Hot Chocolate Gift Basket example.
Resize the images above if needed by selecting FILE, PRINT PREVIEW and changing the SCALE percentage. At 100% the image will print just short of 5x7". A SCALE percentage of 125% is almost full page. For half page, choose 70% or 80%.
Hot Cocoa Cup Labels
Hot Chocolate Bar - Signs and Labels
Warm up your winter gathering with a Hot Chocolate Bar. Basically, a hot chocolate bar is a bar or table gathered with basic hot cocoa, yummy stir-in ingredients (found on the round labels below), marshmallows, whipped cream and sprinkles and cute cocoa cups. Use the round labels on the front of mason jars or add a ribbon to other containers and thread the label through the ribbon. Print one of the Hot Chocolate bar clip arts below (can even be framed). Add a few of the infographics (above) to help your visitors create their favorite drinks.
To print large hot cocoa bar signs for framing - Click on the largest available size. Then select File, Print Preview, Click on Page Setup. Choose Landscape and Scale of 125%. Sign will then be almost a full page. Or just change the scale to fit whatever frame you are using.
Hot Chocolate Gift BasketsFor the Hot Chocolate Gift Basket below, I printed the half page Holiday Cocoa Variations InfoGraphic on cardstock and cut it out. I attached a red Sonic straw to the back of the cardstock. Then I printed the Hot Cocoa sign on regular paper, traced my hanging chalkboard shape on the back of the paper and cut out the sign. I punched top holes in the paper with an ice pick, matched the holes up and attached the Hot Cocoa sign to the chalkboard with double sided tape. Then I threaded the jute back through both holes. Custom hot cocoa gift basket sign!
The picture shows all the items needed to make the 9 cocoa variations on the attached HOT CHOCOLATE INFOGRAPHIC except for the refrigerated items. Cocoa powder is the only thing missing; some cocoa powder could be added to a small container and labeled. This hot chocolate gift basket will keep a gift going for many days. Don't forget to add my popular book to the basket - 120 Hot Chocolate Recipes by Bonnie Scott.
Here are a few Hot Chocolate Recipes from my book: 120 Hot Chocolate Recipes by Bonnie Scott
1/4 cup cocoa powder
World's Best Hot Chocolate Recipe
World's Best Hot Chocolate Recipe
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup water
4 cups milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
In a medium saucepan, combine cocoa powder, sugar, and salt. Add water and bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly; boil for one minute. Add milk and heat until cocoa is hot and well-blended. Remove from heat and add vanilla. Yield: 4 servings.
Creamy Pumpkin Hot Chocolate recipe2 cups milk
1/2 cup pumpkin puree
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1/8 teaspoon ground ginger
2 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
In a medium saucepan, combine all ingredients. Heat over medium heat. Whisk constantly until well-blended and hot, about 4 minutes. Yield: 3 servings.
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