Best Money Tips: Homemade Hot Chocolate

By Linsey Knerl on 29 September 2010 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we give you a simple recipe for homemade hot cocoa, a cool way to fold old paperbacks, and 10 deviled egg recipes to die for!

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Homemade Hot Chocolate — You haven’t had hot cocoa until you’ve had the DIY stuff. This recipe rocks! My First Kitchen via MomAdvice

DIY Folded Paper Books — This looks like a fun way to repurpose an old garage sale paperback. Frugal Upstate

5 Items in Nature with Enormous Finder’s Fees — Who knew that bird spit could fetch a hefty price? These five “delicacies” are weird — but valuable! Len Penzo

10 Deviled Egg Recipes — If you’re thinking of bringing the popular appetizer to a party in the near future, go big with one of these very unique and tasty-looking variations! Wasabi, anyone? Chow

Special Diets on a Budget — Needing to live a gluten-free life? Don’t overpay! In addition to checking out our own fabulous gluten-free recipes, this strategy list is priceless! Debt Kid

Other Essential Reading

How to Revisit Child Support — As a child grows, so does the amount of money needed to support them. These tips can help a parent to seek out the money required to make sure their child is well taken care of! Parenting Squad

6 Great Ways to Find Online Communities — Looking to connect your online life with your real life? How about these resources for finding communities you can connect with? My Life Scoop

Changing Careers? What About Your 401K - Handling your 401K balance has to be done correctly to avoid costly fees or tax penalties. Get the advice you need to start a new job without sacrificing your hard-earned nest egg. Currency

Spotting a Pyramid Scheme Can Save Your Future — What’s a Ponzi scheme, what’s a pyramid scheme, and how can you avoid both? Being informed is the most important part of staying protected! Dough Roller

How waffling irons make kids self-sufficient — Just about anything can go in between two tortillas—cheese, peanut butter, chocolate bars, the occasional cricket.  Lela Davidson from Wise Bread

Use Tall, Narrow Glasses to Cut Down On Drinking — This tip is obviously for consuming high-calorie or alcoholic drinks (not water, silly.) It’s a great way to fool the mind into drinking less! Oprah via Lifehacker

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