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Hot chocolate gift basket

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spottymoo Wed 14-Nov-12 18:32:58

I'm making dd a hot chocolate gift basket looking for ideas what to put in it.

So far we have a mug
Hot chocolate sachets
Mini marshmallows

Any other ideas greatly appreciated

PuggyMum Wed 14-Nov-12 18:34:30

A mini whisk?? They have these in b&m bargains.

Rattitude Wed 14-Nov-12 18:35:14

A few biscuits?

Eddas Wed 14-Nov-12 18:40:08

chocolate sprinkles
squirty cream (maybe not in a basket?!)
chocolate stirer

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 14-Nov-12 18:48:26

A small (well not too small) bar of a really nice chocolate, like G&B.
They do Mini Bars you could do a selection? grin

44SoStartingOver Wed 14-Nov-12 18:49:10

Waitrose do chocolate covered spoons which look fab

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 14-Nov-12 18:51:54

Oooh Oooh, sort of stealing 44 s idea...
Lakeland Limited do a silicone mould to make little chocolate spoons (so all chocolate rather than a real spoon).

I'm going to trial them for DD school Christmas Fayre., in cellophane bags.

knittedslippersx3 Wed 14-Nov-12 18:53:19

One of those shaker things for dusting cakes with icing sugar but with cocoa powder in it. I know what I mean!

NotQuintAtAllOhNo Wed 14-Nov-12 18:54:37

Put it in a nice mug, rather than a basket?

spottymoo Wed 14-Nov-12 19:21:03

Should have added dd is 10. So think I better miss the whiskey wink

Like the idea of the chocolate spoons I decided to do it in a basket as the mug us a Jamie Oliver one that comes in a nice tin grin

Chocolate and cookies will go down a treat

The sprinkler thing sounds good as well anyone seen any stencils the type you get at costa on coffee

spottymoo Wed 14-Nov-12 19:21:40

Another thought anyone seen any small cabs of squirty cream ?

Tiny grater with a little bar of choc and a whole nutmeg?

bedmonster Wed 14-Nov-12 20:37:08

One of those little electric frother gadget things?

snowballinashoebox Wed 14-Nov-12 21:03:25

Some of those stencils so you can dust chocolate over the top. Ebay and amazon have christmasy ones.

Ikea have some stencils. How about a candy cane to stir it?

finleymoon Wed 14-Nov-12 22:43:16

Got some stencils from Asda today. They were £1.50 for 8 different ones.

pigleychez Wed 14-Nov-12 23:27:09

Im planning similar for DD's teachers.

Ive bought this for choc spoon stirrers.

and these stencils.

Contemplating making my own marshmallows too!

4forkssake Wed 14-Nov-12 23:35:40

Sainsburys also have the stencils in for similar amount to the asda ones. They were in the baking section as are also advertised as cupcake (& coffee) stencils!

fuzzpig Thu 15-Nov-12 13:17:25

I'm considering making marshmallow stirrers - put two big marshmallows on the end of a stick, dip in melted choc and sprinkles, leave to set.

You can also get caramel waffle things that you put on top of the cup until the caramel melts.

1stMrsF Thu 15-Nov-12 14:01:10

I have done this for a 13yo and also included a choc cookie kit - she likes baking. You could buy one (mine from whittard and includes reindeer cutter) or make one (various threads on here about cookie in a jar presents). If buying biscuits, Whittard also have Christmas Pudding Shortbread Stars smile

Ooh yes to those waffle things - they are gorgeous.

Did you get different flavours of hot choc sachets? The coconut ones are quite interesting.

Oh and Starbucks have their bottles of gingerbread syrup in now too.

Yy to those caramel waffles. They are a favourite of mine.

morethanyoubargainfor Thu 15-Nov-12 17:19:55

Flavoured sugar cubes? Used to be able to get them in whittards, a mint one in a hot choc is lovely.

milk Thu 15-Nov-12 17:21:48

All the materials/ingredients needed to make a Ned Flanders hot chocolate:

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