Have you ever made something that turned out to be a way bigger hit than you thought it would be? That’s what happened with this TruMoo Caramel Hot Chocolate recipe! It’s so easy, I had no idea that it would be so flavorful, special and festive. Plus, everyone loved it! Next, I was blown away at how much everyone adored and wanted these little hand warmers. Like the caramel hot chocolate, they’re super easy to make. It’s just simple sewing and simple “ingredients”.
HO3 is just Ho Ho Ho! LOL! I wrote that on the mug that I created last month. Check out that post to learn how to make your own Chalkboard Vinyl Mugs. They’re so much fun!
How to Make TruMoo Caramel Hot Chocolate
TruMoo Caramel Hot Chocolate
- 2 cups TruMoo Chocolate Milk
- 1/8 cup Caramel Topping
- Whipped Topping
- Colored Sprinkles
- Pour TruMoo Chocolate milk into a microwave safe mug.
- Heat for 1 minute, or until hot, depending on your microwave.
- (Optional) Stir a tablespoon (or two) of caramel topping into the hot milk.
- Add whipped topping to the hot TruMoo chocolate milk.
- Drizzle caramel over whipped topping.
- Add colored sprinkles.
- Serve and enjoy!
All you need to create this delicious hot drink is caramel topping, whipped topping, TruMoo Chocolate Milk and sprinkles! Wait until you try it. Soooo good! You’re going to LOVE it!
How to Make Hand Warmers
Just like the TruMoo caramel hot chocolate, these little hand warmers will keep you toasty!
You’ll need rice, thread, scissors, pinking shears, a sewing machine and flannel material.
I cut the flannel into 2- 1/2″ by 3″ pieces. You don’t have to worry about cutting them perfectly because you’re going to cut the ends with pinking shears.
Sew the edges of the bag with a zig zag stitch and then add a little rice. It helps to use a funnel. You can use a rounded piece of paper to help you fill the bag too. Don’t overfill it because you need room to sew it shut. Pinning it closed will keep you from spilling the rice while you sew.
I’m using the Brother SE400 to sew but you can do this by hand too!
When you’re finished sewing, cut the raw edges with pinking shears. They give a cute look, clean up the edges and help stop any unraveling.
Now your hand warmer is finished! Warm it in the microwave for 8 to 10 seconds to keep your hands toasty! These make a thoughtful gift!
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