A daily published wedding blog that embraces the DIY bride. We regularly feature unique wedding DIY tutorials, beautiful DIY weddings, cocktail recipes, inspiration. I have another easy teacher appreciation gift to share with you today. This is probably my favorite of the teacher appreciation gifts I have been sharing recently. Pour in the cooled chocolate and continue to mix until the ingredients are evenly distributed. In a medium bowl sift together the flour, cocoa powder, cinnamon, chili powder, baking soda, salt and cayenne pepper. Add the dry ingredients to the chocolate batter and mix on low speed until just combined and no visible flour remains. Fold in the chocolate chips with a rubber spatula or wooden spoon. Working in two batches, scoop 1. Bake the cookies, one pan at a time, for approximately 1. If you love hot chocolate, or if you love cereal, or even if you love pudding, then you will love this drink. Photographs Vicky Wasik Mexican atole, a hot drink. Youll find the hardest part of the DIY is gathering all the materials. Once you have them the favors are easy to makeThe cookies should be puffy and still fairly soft when removed from the oven. Immediately slide the cookies, still on the parchment paper, onto a wire cooling rack. Cool just a bit before serving, 5 to 1. Cookies can be stored in airtight container for up to three days, but I prefer them on the day they are baked.