Valentine’s Day Hot Chocolate Bar

Hey guys!  I’m back today with another version of my hot cocoa bar – this time it is all dressed up for Valentine’s Day!  Now who couldn’t use a good cup of Valentine’s Day hot chocolate?

Sweet Valentine's Day hot chocolate bar!
I was at Pier One the other day and came across these 2 Love mugs.  

Valentine's Day hot chocolate bar.
They are just one of those mugs that feel good when you hold them in your hands.  They ended up jumping into my basket and I knew that they would be perfect for my hot chocolate bar!

Valentine's Day hot chocolate bar.  SO cute!
I bought some Hershey’s kisses and cinnamon hearts for the jars to add that special Valentine’s Day touch. I’m not usually a big fan of the cinnamon hearts but I actually love the light cinnamon taste that they add to the hot chocolate.

Fun Valentine's Day hot chocolate bar!
And, of course, you still need the marshmallows. :)

Valentine's Day hot chocolate bar.  This is SO cute!
I am thinking that those kisses will probably need a couple of re-fills between now and Valentine’s Day.  You need at least a few kisses per day, right?

I have also been busy putting out the rest of our Valentine’s Day decor.  As a Mom of two boys, I don’t get to decorate with anything pink very often, so Valentine’s Day decorating is always fun for me.  Hopefully the sun will be out again tomorrow and I can snap a few pictures for you.

For the other versions of my little beverage bar, check out these posts…

Easter hot chocolate bar.
Bunny Bar

Fall apple cider bar. Love it!
Hot Cider Bar

Candy Cane Hot Chocolate Bar using farmhouse bottles.

Candy Cane Hot Cocoa Bar

Have a wonderful week!

I shared this post at Savvy Southern StyleUnder the Table and DreamingLil LunaThirty Handmade DaysLiz Marie Blog, Design Dining and Diapers, Tidy Mom, Uncommon and I Should be Mopping the Floor.




    • Jenn says

      Valentine’s Day is on a Friday this year so that would be a great way to end the week and start the weekend! Enjoy!

    • Jenn says

      Thanks Janae! It would be perfect with some handmade mugs! I was going to make some for mine too but decided I would take the lazy route when I found those love mugs! :)

  1. says

    This is adorable! My son would totally climb up onto the counter and eat all the marshmallows though haha

    I especially love the lemonade bar idea, and I’m going to pin it! We’re having a small wedding next September, and I want a lemonade bar so so badly. Thanks for the inspiration


    • Jenn says

      lol! I don’t usually leave the marshmallows out for that reason too! :) Hope you have a wonderful wedding – the lemonade bar would be a fun touch!

  2. says

    Such a cute idea1 This would be fun for the kids on Valentines Day or for the class party. I especially like how it works for any occasion or holiday.

  3. says

    Hey Jenn! I always love seeing what you do with your hot cocoa bar for each holiday/season! You are so creative. The Valentine’s Day version is adorable! Love those mugs!

  4. evelyn ball says

    I love this idea. Would be great at the teacher lunch table. Could you please tell me where to purchase those cute little bottles?

    Thanks, Evelyn

  5. margaret says

    Love your ideas for the jars and holder for all different occasions. I want to do one for my daughter’s birthday. My questions is about the tags as I have never made them. I understand you can download the design but do you back them with something as yours look quite solid. (Sorry I’m a bit new to this.)

    • says

      If you want to use my labels, just print them out, cut them out into a circle and back onto scrapbook paper in whatever color/design you would like! If you have circle punches, it is super quick. Otherwise, just find a circular shape to trace over it and cut out. Hope your daughter has a wonderful birthday!

      • margaret says

        Thanks so much for replying so quickly. I did notice that the only labels I can see when I go the link are the Christmas ones. The others all have an error code. I will definitely use the scrapbooking paper. Thanks again!

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