A Cottage Christmas Cocoa Bar🧚‍♀️



🧚‍♀️“Christmas is too sparkly…said no one ever”🧚‍♀️

🎄 Hello sweet friends🎄


I hope you’re doing well.🧚‍♀️





Recently as I was driving through the countryside I pondered as to why I LOVE the 🎅🏻“Ho!Ho!Ho!” part of the holiday season.🤶🏻

(any chance one of these might be Rudolph?)🧚‍♀️



You know that childlike joy that longs to be expressed.🧚‍♀️



🧚‍♀️twinkling lights…reindeer flying through the sky with Santa’s gifts…

and yummy cookies🍪



Ok….I must admit🧚‍♀️🧚‍♀️🧚‍♀️



🧚‍♀️I do believe…🧚‍♂️

I have social butterfly tendencies 😉 Spirit of Christmas



One month a year just doesn’t seem long enough…🧚‍♂️



🧚‍♀️to sprinkle a little joy & light in the world.🧚‍♂️



fairy dust everywhere 🧚‍♂️





🧚‍♀️This past week Joe and I finished putting up the Christmas lights🧚‍♂️



🧚‍♀️attended a Christmas Play,




I finally finished my Cocoa Bar🧚‍♀️



🧚‍♀️ Have you ever made one?



They are easy to create.🧚‍♂️

🎄(make sure to click on the vlog below to see how I made mine!)🎄

(I also included the one I created when I lived in California.🤗)



🧚‍♀️ What fun things have you been up to?🧚‍♀️



Christmas White Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Rods

1 (10 oz. ) bag pretzel rods

1 (24 oz) package white chocolate bark coating or 1 (1 lb.) bag white candy melts (you’ll only use about 10 or 12 oz)

1-2 T. shortening

Assorted sprinkles🧚‍♂️🧚‍♀️🧚‍♂️🧚‍♀️


In a tall skinny container melt bark coating or candy melts and shortening together in the microwave per package directions (typically in 30 second intervals, stirring in between)



Dip a pretzel rod in the candy coating, letting excess coating drip off back into the container. 🧚‍♂️Sprinkle immediately with desired sprinkles.🧚‍♂️



Place on waxed paper and let stand for white chocolate coating to set up. Store in a sealed container at room temperature. You can save any leftover white chocolate coating into a plastic storage container and save it for another use later. I didn’t have any. 🧚‍♀️



All you will need to do is heat it back up in the microwave, omitting the shortening (since it’s already in there).




If you would like more inspiration 🧚‍♂️

🧚‍♀️🧚‍♂️🧚‍♀️Here is the first Cocoa Bar I created when I lived in SoCal.


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8 Responses to A Cottage Christmas Cocoa Bar🧚‍♀️

  1. Joe says:

    Thank you for sharing the fun, excitement and joy of Christmas in your fun post. The Cocoa Bar is a wonderful, yummy idea and the cookies looked fabulous.
    Happy Holidays!!!

  2. Mary Jane Newman/Pike says:

    You do such a precious blog and thanks for sharing it. Dale loves the pretzels. Merry Christmas

  3. Susan Scott says:

    What fun! I love the cocoa bar and the cookie recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Becky Yohonn says:

    What a wonderful idea! Everybody loves cocoa! Such fun.

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