With Christmas around the corner I wanted to do something that could be a gift, and since St. Zita often worked in the kitchen, we made an edible one! The girls were given the instructions which they needed to follow in order (orderliness, check) for the craft to turn out right.
Hot Chocolate Cones.
We made a bunch of these and are giving them out this week to Bean's various extra-curricular teachers. They are simple enough that she was almost able to make them entirely on her own, which made her very proud. BTW, I didn't invent them, familyfun.go.com did, maybe. But, they don't have pictures and I like pictures when doing a project, so I took some for you.
Here is what you will need:
- Hot Chocolate mix (I bought the individual packets because they were on sale)
- Chocolate chips
- Cone bags (Hobby Lobby has them)
- Clear rubberbands (we used the little clear hairbands)
- Items for tags (ribbon, glue, hole punch, card stock, directions)
Step 1: Empty 4 packets of cocoa mix into a cone bag
Step 2: Trim the bag down, rubberband it shut and put it into another cone bag.
Step 3: Layer in 1/4 c. chocolate chips and 3/4 c. marshmallows.
Step 4: Rubberband and trim again.
Step 5: Add a tag!
Here are the directions off the tag so you can copy and paste:
Heat 5 cups of milk and chocolate chips over medium heat until the chocolate chips have melted. Reduce heat to low and stir in the cocoa mix until the drink is smooth. Serve with marshmallows. Makes 4-6 servings.