Hot Chocolate Bar with Free Chalkboard Printables

The nights are getting cooler here in Southern California and it’s time to bring out the hot chocolate! This winter staple is a favorite of my kids and they love it when I create a little “bar” for them and let them add their own mix-ins. It’s become one of our favorite holiday traditions. This year I decided to create some printables to go with our hot chocolate bar, and I hope that you will love it as much as I do!

Hot Chocolate Bar with Free Chalkboard Printables 2

Self serve hot chocolate bars are so much  fun for parties. They don’t have to be extravagant…just set up your hot milk or water, packets of mix and a few mix-ins. Include some adorable mugs like these enamel mugs. Using real mugs as opposed to styrofoam adds such charm to your hot chocolate bar.

hot chocolate bar

Some of my favorite mix-ins include Hershey kisses, chocolate syrup, caramels or caramel sauce/syrup, sprinkles, whipped cream, marshmallows, candy canes or flavored creamers. Download my printables and tie the “Cup of Cheer” tags around your mugs for a little extra charm.

Hot Chocolate in Enamel Mugs with free printable

My kids love the little tag and being able to use their own mug. The enamel mugs are perfect because they are larger than kids mugs but not fragile like a ceramic mug.

If you really want to get fancy, you can also go all out and make your own hot chocolate from scratch, or maybe have a sampling. Here are a few pretty awesome looking recipes:

Coconut Caramel Hot Chocolate - Tasted Just like a Samoa Cookie!

Caramel Coconut Hot Chocolate

Black Forest Hot Chocolate

Black Forest Hot Chocolate

Mexican Spiced Hot Chocolate

S’Mores Hot Chocolate

Pumpkin Spice Hot White Chocolate

Peppermint Mocha Hot Chocolate

Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

Wouldn’t those be fun for a holiday party? I can’t wait to use them for the nest party we host!

If you would like the printables, you can download them using the link below. Please remember that the printables are for personal use only, and the design is not for resale in any way. Thank you!


You might also enjoy these other free holiday printables!

free printable advent calendar title2

Advent Calendar Treat Bags
(available in two colors)

Chalkboard Swirly Tree image

Chalkboard Christmas Tree

o come all ye faithful printables

O Come All Ye Faithful Tree Printables



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  1. says

    The printable is adorable! I had to hide my screen from the boys as I was reading because if they saw that yummy hot chocolate they would be begging for some right before bed :) I love west elm as well, wish one was just a little closer. Hope you are having a great week.

  2. says

    Such an adorable set up and the printables are to die for!

    I’m a former teacher and I’ve been trying to bring themed treats to the staff at my daughter’s school once a month…now I know what December’s treat will be! I think I’ll buy a black tri-fold foam core board and mount a lightweight frame for the hot cocoa bar sign…school staff rooms are notoriously ugly and messy, so that will provide a nice little backdrop for the display! :)

    Lisa Frank

    P.S.–I also just sent you a comment asking about your chalkboard Christmas tree printable. :)

  3. says

    I’m in love with this hot chocolate bar of yours- your mugs, straws, labels, everything! Thanks so much for sharing. I’ve never done a hot chocolate bar, but now I’m totally inspired to. Have a great weekend, Kristin!

  4. says

    These photos are just GORGEOUS — and love the idea of a hot chocolate bar, so perfect for the chilly months! I’ve had such a fun time peeking at the contributions of fellow West Elm partnership participants — hope you’ll take a peek at mine as well!

  5. says

    This is adorable! Definitely printing. Thank you so much. This is driving me crazy — what font is the “cheer” written in? I’m seeing it a lot right now and can’t find the name!

  6. sue.falstaff says

    Thanks for the printables … the girls I work with are having a hot chocolate afternoon next Tuesday & these will provide the perfect finishing touch!

  7. Adrienne says

    Just wanted to stop by and say Thank You for the beautiful printables and the gorgeous ideas! What a spectacular Holiday party!!!


  8. Jenn says

    I just love all of this so much! I am throwing a Cocoa and Cookies Christmas party for my girls this year and would LOVE to use the chalkboard “Hot Chocolate” printable but for some reason it won’t print :( Is there any way you could email me the file so I could try to download and print it that way?

    Thank you! Love your whole blog!!


  9. Harini says

    Hi Kristin,

    I know you posted this a few years ago, but I’m party planning for my little one and chanced upon your blog and fell in LOVE. what a generous and creative compilation of ideas! Absolutely love your aesthetic. I was wondering if you would mind sharing the name or source of fonts used in this set of chalkboard signs…unfortunately im not doing a “hot chocolate bar” but am doing other “bars” at my kids 1st birthday party, and fell in love with this font combo…only if you don’t mind sharing. I promise its only for personal use…to add that special touch to my kid’s special day. Would greatly appreciate it… (I saw your fave font combos page and didn’t see these there which is why im asking)…

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