A few years ago I started making a big crockpot of hot cocoa on Christmas and I couldn’t believe what a hit it was. I figured the kids would love it, but the adults really got into it too. I used disposable cups with lids so there were no spills and included tons of festive syrups and toppings. Since then I’ve become obsessed with farmhouse style hot cocoa bars!
These 25 bloggers have created the most adorable hot chocolate stations that all their guests must love.Some of these are elaborate but many of them are super simple and could be done inexpensively! If you’ve been around Centsible Chateau long enough, you know that I’m also going to have coffee out on my beverage station. Because coffee and cocoa = life!
25 Farmhouse Style Hot Cocoa Bars
The three tiered galvanized tray is a staple in farmhouse decorating and I love the oversized chalkboard!
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This front porch Hot Cocoa Bar is so warm and welcoming! Love the use of old shutters!
Front Porch Hot Cocoa Bar – Celebrating Everyday Life
The vintage thermos add the perfect nostalgic touch!
How about some Christmas caroling then gathering at this outdoor Hot Cocoa Bar? Love the aqua!
Wow! This Hot Cocoa Bar looks like it could be at your favorite ski resort. Love the deer head and DIY signs.
Adirondack Style Hot Cocoa Bar – My Life On Kaydeross Creek
Using a vintage soda crate to hold items for a Hot Cocoa Bar is such a great idea. Plus it can easily be moved from room to room.
This little red cart is adorable! Look at the vintage Santa mugs!
You can set up a coffee and cocoa station together and keep everything in one space. Using a buffet saves counter space.
This Hot Cocoa Bar is portable! What a great Hostess gift this would make!
The vintage details in this Hot Cocoa Station is so warm and welcoming. Love the tree topped car in the large jar!
The large metal tray used in this Hot Cocoa Bar has room to hold all of your goodies, including the Keurig!
Hot Cocoa Bar doesn’t have to be in the kitchen. Use a buffet or dresser in an entryway to greet guests at a Holiday party!
The ironstone mugs and little red car create a festive look and can be changed out once Christmas is over.
You can pick up glass jars and tins at the Dollar Store to keep costs down, but still look pretty!
The 3 tiered galvanized tray is used to serve cookies and holds mason jar lids with sprinkles-genius!
What a statement piece on display in the kitchen. I have a feeling the kids will gather here-especially with Hershey’s Kisses!
All is calm, all is bright with this festive Homemade Hot Cocoa Bar!
This was Winter Snowman Themed Hot Cocoa Bar from Our Crafty Mom last year. She kept it up through February and kept restocking it!
Check out the adorable sayings on these coffee mugs. Can you guess what movie the quote is from?
For your next Holiday gathering keep a large serving of hot cocoa warm in a crock pot and let the guests add their own toppings. So fun!
The wrought iron mug holder is on my Christmas list this year. Love that it doesn’t take up much space.
This snowman Hot Cocoa Bar is so festive! Did you see the candy coated marshmallows?
This farmhouse Hot Cocoa Bar has a Disney theme! Such a great idea!
Disney Inspired Hot Cocoa Bar – A Wonderful Thought
Individual packets of hot cocoa and candy canes are a great idea. Again, the oversized chalkboard is awesome!
The light box and vintage touches really make this Hot Cocoa Bar stand out!
I hope you liked this post 25 Farmhouse Style Hot Cocoa Bars. Doesn’t this just make you want a cup of hot cocoa now? I sure do! Here are some pieces to help you make your own cocoa bar!
So, which hot cocoa bar is your favorite? Tell me in the comments below!
If you are looking for Winter Tablescape Ideas, check out this post from Our Crafty Mom!
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