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I made these spoons to put in Christmas food baskets that I am making for family members this year. They will be enjoyed in the coffee, cocoa and tea mixes I made for everyone!

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FoodieFanatic December 22, 2008

I recently followed this recipe to make these spoons for a church fund raiser. I made some using milk chocolate, some with semi-sweet chocolate, some with white chocolate and I even added a bit of peppermint flavoring to one batch of white chocolate spoons. It was so easy and so fun. I loved the creative design ideas. I tied my spoons up using different color combinations to indicate what flavor that particular spoon was. I also found that a bit of food coloring added to the white chocolate (I used red) drizzle helped to sell it as peppermint, not to mention sprinkling some crushed peppermint candy on it. I have already had many people request these from me as Christmas gifts. Simple and easy and highly recommended.

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NetteGail November 01, 2003

Yum! I used 60% cocoa chips and milk chocolate drizzle. They are so easy and such a luxury!

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SweetySJD December 23, 2006
Coffee House Chocolate Spoons