Dress Up Your Store Bought Chocolate Bars:
What's more exciting than finding a chocolate bar in your stocking? Finding an adorable hand-wrapped one, of course!
There are free printables like this or this. You can even purchase some really cute printables from places like Etsy.
If you're looking for a more hands on project you could try something like these DIY reindeer candy wrappers.
Be sure to choose a healthier and cleaner chocolate option.. free of GMOs and other nasty ingredients.
This is my favorite chocolate bar.. but they have many other flavors. They also offer minis that are already wrapped in a snowflake wrapper. These are seasonal so they are only available during this time of the year.
Another really great chocolate that I would recommend is Good Stuff Cacao. They are a Michigan based company and their chocolate probably has the best ingredients I've ever seen. It's made from 100% raw organic cacao and raw honey. Their chocolate comes in "pieces" rather than a solid bar. Because of the unique packaging, a DIY wrap (such as the reindeer above) would probably work better than a printable that is made for a standard size chocolate bar.
Make Your Own Chocolate:
Making your own chocolate is fun and super easy. With a recipe like this or this you can have some delicious chocolate in no time! Pour your homemade chocolate into a fun mold like this. If you don't have time to make chocolate from scratch you could melt down some chocolate chips (like these) in a double boiler instead.
Here are a few other DIY chocolate candy ideas you could make:
Other Christmas Candies:
Here are some cleaner candy suggestions that are not chocolate related.
Do you have other ideas and tips to share? Please leave your suggestions and thoughts in the comment section below.