Christmas Chocolate

Christmas chocolate brings out the joy and cheer of everyone at this special time of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a pleasure to give and a delight to receive.

Table of Contents:

  • Gift Ideas
  • Chocolate Recipes
  • Story of Christmas – Jesus’ Birth

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Christmas Chocolate Gift Ideas

Are you “making your list and checking it twice” of who to buy gifts for? Here’s a list that can help you. Giving chocolate makes gift selection easy because remember “Everyone loves chocolate.” This particularly makes chocolate-related items ideal for corporate gifts to employees or customers or for fellow employees. Here are some great gift ideas to get you started…

The Stores Online that we recommend carry all types of chocolates – truffles, bark, chocolate covered nuts and fruits. They have delicious assortments that are excellent for personal or business gifts and many have a Christmas chocolate gift basket too. Check out these stores for gifts to give or to advise others on gifts you would like to receive. Christmas is a great time to splurge on a really special chocolate gift for your chocoholic friend – or anyone.

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Don’t miss the Non-Edible Chocolate-Related items such as games, puzzles, posters, calendars, eBooks on chocolate, cookware and accessories for baking with chocolate, chocolate fountains, and much more. There are great gifts for young or old chocolate lovers.

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Also, personalized Christmas Cards with a great selection such as these...

Help count down the days until Christmas with a Christmas chocolate advent calendar. For a unique gift, give a chocolate Christmas ornament. There are many clever designs such as snowmen on a Hershey’s Chocolate bar or the S’mores Santa.

Create tasty chocolate treats using molds in the shape of Christmas symbols. There are many image shapes to choose from. We recommend that you check out our video on melting chocolate to learn how to properly melt chocolate for molds. You could also buy the molds and chocolate for melting to give as a fun “kit-to-make” present.

Once you've found your chocolate gifts for the rest of the family, if you're looking for a gift for a baby try for some age appropriate ideas. It is a wonderful baby site.

Christmas Chocolate Recipes

You can prepare chocolate delicacies at home to give as gifts or just for the fun of making a new treat.

A very easy, quick and festive looking recipe to make is our Chocolate Fudge pressed into a wreath-shaped cake pan with red & green candied cherries for a garnish.

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This is so easy and is very festive with red & white colors…take a candy cane and break it into little pieces and sprinkle over our Classic Chocolate Brownies or Chocolate Fudge recipe.

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Chocolate Recipes

Make a stunning dessert by baking our Raspberry Chocolate Cake in a tree-shaped cake pan like the one on the right. What a beautiful addition this would be for your Christmas dinner or to give as a gift.

The ever-popular Chocolate Covered Strawberries would look the festive part with white, milk or dark chocolate – or all three. Try coloring white chocolate green to emphasize the traditional Christmas colors.

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Story of Christmas
Jesus’ Birth

(Also, see video below)

In the Holy Land there is a field outside Bethlehem where the shepherds first heard the Christmas message. Imagine what it would have been like for those shepherds who saw angels in the nighttime sky declaring that a Savior had been born.

In the Bible, Luke recorded the message that changed the world: “But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.’ ” (Luke 2:10-11) “Good news of great joy…for all the people.” What a glorious way to describe Jesus’ birth. Christmas is good news for all people. Whether we grew up attending church or have never been inside church doors, the good news is that Jesus has come to be a Savior for each of us. And, we all need a Savior.

No matter what our background may be, when we come to Christmas, something about it makes us stop and think. God came to our world on the first Christmas. He came for shepherds, wise men, worshipers and sinners. We couldn’t reach Him so God came to us to reconcile us back to Himself. That is good news for everyone.

Please pause during this holiday season and say, “Thank you for Christmas, Jesus. You’re the best gift anyone could ever receive.”

Here is a 5-minute video with footage from today in a Nazareth village. It tells about Jesus’ birth and what life was like at that time. It’s a different kind of presentation about the Christmas story that will give you a new perspective on the birth of Jesus. Enjoy the video.

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