Cocoa Station for Small Spaces - Affordable

4 Materials
$5
30 Minutes
Easy
Yum! Hot Cocoa in the Winter is the best! It's especially good if you have a cute little cocoa station to make it even more fun! It makes it very convenient for anyone who wants a hot cocoa to serve themselves anytime. Everything you need all in one spot.
This is the very first time I've created a cocoa station in our home and we love it.  It's located on the left hand side of our sink in the kitchen.  It's a perfect spot for all the yumminess we need for hot cocoa to be for the winter.

Just use what you have, but I used lots of my Pioneer Woman collection dishes to house each ingredient and also just to decorate with.  Of course I added some of my vintage collection in there too.
The tiered tray holds most of the goodness.  On the top I have cinnamon and sugar, marshmallows and candy canes.  On the lower tier I have some Land O Lakes specialty cocoa mixes, Pirouline Cream Filled Wafers and extra mugs.  Those cute white mugs are from Dollar Tree and yall, they were only $1 each and they are nice heavy mugs.
We also have the soft peppermint sticks (they melt quickly in the hot cocoa), chocolate sprinkles, cinnamon sticks, and a few varieties of mint candies.  I got most of these edible goodies at Dollar Tree.
Off to the side there is a large bowl with a variety of extra hot cocoa packets.  We keep the cream topping in the fridge of course, but its there if anyone "needs" it! *wink*
Do you keep a cocoa station out in the Winter months? If so, what ingredients to keep on hand?  I'd love to hear your ideas.
If you're hosting a holiday party this year, you may want to create a cocoa station of your own.  I think this would be cute for any Winter holiday party, baby shower or bridal shower.  Cocoa stations are just plain FUN to say the least!

Please visit our blog by clicking right here for a Hot Cocoa recipe and gift giving idea!

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  • Margaret Senn Margaret Senn on Dec 14, 2017
    My mom used to fix a gallon jar of dry cocoa mix and we used it all winter. By the way Decatur Tx is where I was born and my dad's family lived there.

    • DeeDee DeeDee on Dec 14, 2017
      Hi Margaret! That's an awesome idea! We've only lived here since 2011 but we love it! :)

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