December 18th, 2014

Peace, Love, Joy, and Chocolate Hot Cocoa Gift with Printable tags

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Christmas is just around the corner – here’s a great little gift to show how much you care by wishing that special someone Peace, Love, Joy, and Chocolate – that about covers it all right!  This little hot chocolate kit will add warmth and a touch of love – the instruction banner reads:  Love is Brewing!  Mix with 2 1/2 cups hot milk or water.  Stir, Sip, Relax, and know that you are LOVED!  Just what you need to make someone’s holiday!



If you’d rather, this cute little tag is also a simple addition to any holiday chocolate goodie:


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Have a warm and wonderful Christmas!!


Peace, Love, Joy and Chocolate Hot Cocoa Gift


1 (8 ounce) half pint mason jar

1/3 cup hot cocoa mix

2 candy canes. crushed

miniature marshmallows

Peace, Love, Joy, and Chocolate Printable

Love is Brewing instruction Printable

Double-Sided Tape

Red and White Twine

To Assemble:

Add cocoa mix to mason jar (wipe down the inside of the jar to keep it clear).  Add crushed candy canes.  Fill remainder of jar with miniature marshmallows.  Put lid on jar.  Position printable and add ring.

Use double-sided tape to attach instruction printable.

Finish with twine.

Note:  I printed the Peace, Love, Joy and Chocolate Printable on cardstock and cut with the Fiskars 2.5 inch circle punch.  I printed the Love is Brewing printable on regular copy paper and secured with a small piece of double stick tape

Makes One – increase supplies as needed.

Download the PEACE, LOVE, JOY, AND CHOCOLATE  Printable HERE

Download the LOVE IS BREWING Instruction Printable HERE










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8 Responses to “Peace, Love, Joy, and Chocolate Hot Cocoa Gift with Printable tags”

  1. Really cute tag & love how you added the directions.
    I was a little confused with the instruction label though; when I went to print the instructions the preview showed the letters h, d, f & g in between the words–should they be there? What do they mean?

  2. CTY – No – they should not have been there! The font must not have converted. I’ll check the download and email you the pdf file! Hope you are ready for a fabulous Christmas!

  3. I am having the same problem, I want to print the labels also but mine has the h, d, f & g also. Is there any way that you could email me the pdf file as well? Thanks so much, these are so cute!

  4. The printable links have been updated on 10/26/15

  5. Are you able to make the chocolate right in this jar?

  6. Noelle – No, I placed the mix in a mug to mix it.

  7. Do you have a recipe for the hot cocoa mix? I’ve looked around online, but can’t seem to find one that requires 2 1/2 cups milk or water. Most recipes I find ask for just 1 cup.

  8. Roberta – just use a store-bought hot chocolate mix. The flavor is richer with milk and 1/3 cup is fine for 2 1/2 cups.


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