Peppermint Hot Chocolate Neighbor Gift {Free Printable}

I love simple and adorable neighbor gifts, and this one is not only darling, but takes no time at all! Give your neighbors, friends, and teachers a cozy Peppermint Hot Chocolate Kit–I’m sharing a free printable today!

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Neighbor Gift | oldsaltfarm.com

You just need a few things to put them together, and I love how easy it is–literally just a few minutes!  If you don’t have a lot of time, this will work perfectly.

This is what you’ll need for every kit you make:

-12 inch cone-shaped treat bags (or mason jar)

-3/4 c. chocolate chips

-2/3 c. white chocolate chips

-3 to 4 T. chopped peppermints

-ribbon

-printable recipe (download at bottom of post)

Directions:  

1.  Layer the chocolate chips and white chocolate chips, then add the chopped peppermints on top!  I also made a printable recipe for plain hot chocolate, so if you’re like my bestie and don’t like mint with chocolate (I love her anyway…), you’ll have another option.

2.  Print the recipe, punch a hole in the corner, and tie it on to the top of the bag with ribbon.

That’s it!!!  See??!! SO easy.

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Neighbor Gift | oldsaltfarm.com

 It makes six servings, so one per family (or individual) is usually enough.  I was able to get two neighbor gifts out of one bag of chocolate chips, and three of the white chocolate chips.  I found the clear cone-shaped treat bags at Michaels, in the Christmas baking section.  They were quite reasonably priced–20 bags for around $3.  With a coupon, even cheaper!

The hot chocolate is SO SO yummy, and it’s a favorite at our house!  Here’s the recipe you’ll attach to the bag:

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Neighbor Gift | oldsaltfarm.com

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Neighbor Gift | oldsaltfarm.com

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE PDF:

peppermint hot chocolate

plain hot chocolate

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Kierste!

    I continue to love your wonderful ideas! I love this blog and also love following you on instagram. I have used many of your ideas and most recently on a trip we played Don’t eat Pete with the kiddos and had such fun with it!

    I’m so new to the blogging world and just finally got brave enough to attempt a blog of my own, It’s very basic yet and I still have a lot to learn, but I’m inspired by all of my favorite blogs (like yours) to put myself out there and share some of my world. My biggest passion is scrapbooking and paper crafts – so that is a lot of what I’ll be sharing (as well as other loves of baking and love of vintage items for our cottage home in the north woods). I invite you to check it out if you get a chance and value any input or wisdom you would like to share!

    1. Hello, Carrie!Thank you so much for the kind words and for reading–I’m so glad you’ve found things you love!

      CONGRATS on your new blog! I’m so excited for you, and proud of you for joining the world of blogging. I will definitely come over and check it out, and if you ever have any questions, please let me know–I’m happy to help. We all start at the beginning, so I know what it’s like!! GOOD LUCK!!! xoxo

      1. Thanks so much for the support Kierste! It means so much to me. I hope to keep figuring it all out, but may take you up on your offer to answer questions in the future. I can sure appreciate the knowledge of a “pro”. :)

        Have a wonderful weekend and God bless. XO

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