Thursday, December 13, 2007

KS Fireside Tins

Good Morning! I wanted to share with you a great recipe and my super simple packaging idea. Inside the tin I made my special winter mix called Fireside.

Here's the recipe you will love this:)
2 cups instant hot chocolate
2 cups coffee creamer
1 cup instant coffee
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg

Mix well. Store in airtight container or glass jar. Add 2 tablespoons of mix ( or to taste) to 6-8 oz of hot water. Stir and enjoy!

I also put a few chocolate dipped candy cane sticks and some assorted chocolate candy. I used my cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder for the top of the tin and wrapped it up in cellophane. I made a tag using Playful Christmas stamp set from Kitchen Sink Stamps
On the back of the tag I put the recipe:)
Have a great day!
Thanks for stopping by:)


Julie Masse said...

OOOHhh that sounds yummy!! I'll have to try this - thanks for sharing Dee!! Love that cute tag! :)

Hope Conerly said...

Are you sure you are not Martha Stewart?!?!? Great packaging, sistah! xoxox

Anonymous said...

Great packaging-pretty and tasty too. Bev J.

Leslie Miller said...

What a great gift idea! The tags are so cute! I think I remember you posting this recipe before and it sounds so good. I swear, this year I'm making this stuff for SURE!! Thanks, Dee!

Melissa M. M. M. said...

What a scrumptious gift idea. Thnk you so much for sharing your recipe. I'll have to try it! :0) Mel

malieta said...

The Fireside recipie does sound yummy indeed! I love the way you wrapped and decorated the tin too,way better than Harry and Davids!
*Harry & Davids is an over-priced candy and gift shop:)

Heather P. said...

That sounds so totally yummy!!! What a fab gift!!