DIY Chocolate Orange Hot Chocolate Stirrers- Blogmas Day 7

Hey everyone!

Welcome to BLOGMAS DAY 7, today I am showing you how to make your own Chocolate Orange Hot Chocolate Stirrers. These can be made for yourself or even gifts! You can change some of these steps but this is how I make them! I found these on Pinterest so I thought I would share them with you and add a little twist, chocolate orange.

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I am no professional, I am not used to these baking tutorials!

You Will Need:

  • Chocolate Orange (any amount you want!)
  • Somewhere to melt the chocolate like a microwave or dish.
  • Ice Cube Moulds, I have Christmas Tree ones!
  • Skewer Sticks, wooden.

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Step 1:

Melt the Chocolate Orange in a bowl or saucepan. I actually have this little Cadbury’s machine so I used that. You can melt as much chocolate as you want. One pack of mini chocolates made around 6 with a little spare.

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Step 2:

Pour the melted chocolate in the ice cube moulds and insert the sticks.

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Step 3:

Put in the fridge and wait for them to set, this can take anywhere between 1 hour and 4 hours, depending on the temperature.

Step 4:

Carefully wiggle the moulded shapes out of the tray, being super careful that they do not brake.

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Step 5:

Make a hot chocolate, I had Galaxy Hot Chocolate, stir it in and enjoy!

Thank you so much for reading, please let me know if you try to make these!

BeautySuggests xx.

Contact: beautysuggests@yahoo.com

Blogmas:

Day 1: Winter Skincare Routine
Day 2: Festive Lipsticks
Day 3: Favourite Christmas Yankee Candles
Day 4: Make Your Party Make Up Last
Day 5: The Christmas Tag
Day 6: Natural Party Nails

Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored.

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