Plan a Cocoa Night with These Treats from Rhode Island Makers

A holiday hot chocolate bar is just what you need to chase away the chill.

Photography by Meaghan Susi

Left to right: Medium Weck canning jar, $6; Dot and Army red polka dot and candy-striped napkins (set of ten), $48, Stock, Providence. Square marshmallows (bag of ten), $6, Marshmallow Factory, Holiday macarons, $2.50 each, Luna Loves Macarons, Tree trinket dish, $5, Rhody Craft, Providence. Le Creuset white coffee cup, $18; small Weck canning jar, $4; gold spoons, $4 each, Stock. Cocoa mix, $10.50, Sweenor’s, Cranston and Wakefield. Brown ombre ceramic mug, $30–$35, Nasseramics, Fluff, $7, Marshmallow Factory. Cocoa Santé Parisien hot cocoa, $10, Stock.



Photography by Meaghan Susi

Medium Weck canning jar, $6, Stock. Luna Loves Macarons Christmas tree, starting at $10, and holiday macarons, $2.50 each,


Photography by Meaghan Susi

Left to right: Seacoast Sweets peanut butter patties (four), $16.95,; Askinosie Chocolate cocoa powder, $10.50; Kilner jar, $9, Stock. Lollipops (set of ten), $24.95, Popette of Pendulum, Rhode Island mug, $38; white ceramic mug, $30, Nasseramics. Square marshmallows (bag of ten), $6, Marshmallow Factory. Large Weck canning jar, $8, Stock. Milk chocolate cups (set of nine), $7.25, Sweenor’s Chocolates.



Photography by Meaghan Susi

Clockwise from top left: Askinosie Chocolate cocoa powder, $10.50, Stock. Nasseramics mug, $30–$38,, and Hotpoint Emporium Artist Co-op, Bristol. Dot and Army red napkin (set of ten), $48, and gold spoon, $4, Stock.