This mason jar hot chocolate makes the perfect edible Christmas gift. With a simple hot chocolate mix, chopped dark chocolate and homemade marshmallows, this simple yet thoughtful DIY gift will be loved by all – even by the grinchiest of Grinches!
It’s (finally) December – so turn up the Christmas music and let’s talk Christmas gifts. But not just any old Christmas gifts, na-ah. Edible Christmas gifts.
There’s something remarkably heart-warming about giving gifts one can eat. It’s like you’re saying: “Look, you’re super duper important to me and I’m expressing my love by supplying you with amazingly, mouthwateringly delicious food. Aren’t I the best (insert relation here) EVER?”
You will LOVE these gluten free white chocolate chip cookies. With a chewy, gooey buttery centre and crispy, caramelised edges, they simply couldn’t be more delicious – and they will leave you wanting… just one more bite. And one more. And one more. And – oh hell – just have another cookie, ‘kay?
Yay for more cookies! Every year around this time (that is, around it’s-almost-Christmas time), I get cookie fever. Cookies everywhere. Cinnamon roll cookies, marzipan cookies, star-shaped cookies, gingerbread cookies, chocolate crinkle cookies… Cookies in the kitchen, cookies for lunch (and dinner)… I even dream about cookies.
This homemade hot chocolate mix makes the most delicious, decadent, luscious hot chocolate. It’s definitely a go-to on a cold, dreary day – after all, homemade hot chocolate is the ultimate comfort drink.
It’s been a long day, friends. A long day in a series of long days. You know what would make this long day a whole lot better? A blanket nest, a good book and, of course, hot chocolate. With some homemade marshmallows. Now doesn’t that just sound… heavenly.
These gluten free chocolate chip cookies are deliciously soft, buttery and sweet, with bursts of chocolate in every mouthful. The recipe is simple and easy to follow, with guaranteed mouthwatering results.
Sometimes things go wrong. And wrong. And wrong. And wrong.
And it honestly doesn’t matter if you’re ridiculously invested, super hard-working and if you’ve done your very best. Things still go wrong. That’s life, I guess.
But even when nothing works and you’re fed up with just about everything… we still have leaves changing colour and falling down and making that crunch swoosh crunch swish sound when you wade through piles of them. We still have words that sound nice and… are nice. And when all else fails, we still have chocolate chip cookies.