Hot Chocolate Bar (with all the trimmings)
Who's ready for Hot Chocolate?
This event is very versatile
Host a 10', 20', or even longer Hot Chocolate bar with all the trimmings
Kick off a winter gloves or socks mission
Enjoy caroling and then back to the church to warm up
Celebrate Valentine's Day with one of everyone's favorites CHOCOLATE!
Add a fun photo booth and you score BIG with the kiddos. You can even host an all-inclusive hot chocolate bar and invite the entire church to indulge in a nice steamy cup of hot cocoa...or host a huge hat, gloves and socks mission to help keep those in your community warm this winter!
It's a winner all the way around!
Simply pour hot chocolate in a cup, squirt with whipped topping, allow kids to sprinkle their chosen toppings on top. (You may want to limit the children to a certain number of toppings.)
Make hot chocolate in advance and pour into crockpot. The crockpot will keep the chocolate warm/hot.
Hot Chocolate Topping Suggestions
Oreo Cookie Crumbles
Mini Teddy Graham's
Heath Toffee Bits
Butterfinger bits (Crush them up)
Andee's Mints (baking section)
Peppermint Crunch (crush peppermint candies)
Reese's Peanut Butter Chips (baking section)
Whipped Cream (squirt can
Chocolate Stir Spoons (Melt chocolate, dip a spoon into chocolate, add sprinkles on top...let dry)
Hot chocolate (either envelope (hot water) or make your favorite recipe)
Toppings (suggestions listed above...will need paper/foam bowls or some type of cute containers for each topping
Disposable Table Cloths (you will thank me later)
Photo Booth (Your own creation)
Props for the photo booth (Tip: make sure you hit after Valentine's Day or after Christmas sales to get cute props...cheap!)