Homemade Hot Fudge makes the perfect Christmas neighbor gift!
For neighbor gifts this year I decided to make my most favorite (and the best ever) Homemade Hot Fudge. Adorable tags and red gingham fabric make the perfect packaging!
This is the cutest and easiest gift, and so perfect for so many on your list. Teachers, neighbors, bus drivers, friends…and more!
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I am totally in love with all things red gingham. It’s really been a lifelong obsession, and I use it wherever and whenever possible. It couldn’t be any more perfect on top of these darling mason jars full of my homemade hot fudge!
Let’s talk about the homemade hot fudge…
This recipe is super easy, and SO insanely good. It’s rich and smooth, and you don’t even need ice cream…just a spoon. To give you an idea of how much it makes, I doubled the recipe and filled 4 half pint jars almost exactly. It’s a great recipe to double, tripe, and even quadruple.
Once I made my hot fudge, I filled the jars and let them cool for a little bit. I cut squares of my favorite red gingham fabric, and put them on the mason jars. After printing the super cute tag I made, I used a hole punch and some jute to tie it on to the top of the jar. From start to finish, these darling jars were ready to go in 30 minutes. Love!
You can give these jars as is, or give them along with a pint of yummy ice cream!
TIP: One batch makes 2 half pint jars of hot fudge. I’ve quintupled the recipe with great results–it made 10 half pint jars.
Homemade Hot Fudge Christmas Gift Idea
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I have two different tags for you…one with the snowflake as pictured above, and one without. I decided to give you the option, in case this would be a gift not during the holidays. Click on the link below, save to your computer, then print on to white card stock.