Recipe by Dreamer in Ontario
I plan on making these for Christmas this year. They're quick to make and you can use different flavorings. The recipe was found in Company's Coming for Christmas by Jean Pare. NOTE: The main ingredient is dipping chocolate wafers. These are little discs of chocolate that I've found at Bulk Barn.
Top Review by Buzymomof3
Sorry, made these but forgot to review! We used them in hot chocolate (so we didn't use the liqueur flavoring - used vanilla instead) I drizzled some white chocolate on them too for presentation. The only reason for 4 stars is it didn't melt as well as I hoped - probably because hot cocoa isn't as hot as coffee. But they looked great and everyone had fun with them! Thanks Dreamer!
- 473.18 ml dipping chocolate, wafers (available at craft stores or bulk stores)
- 0.59 ml oil-based liqueur flavoring
- 18 plastic spoons
Directions See How It's Made
- Melt chocolate with liqueur flavoring in saucepan on lowest heat or in to of double boiler over warm water, stirring often.
- Dip ball of spoon in chocolate, hold above chocolate until drips have fallen off back into the saucepan.
- Lay spoon on wax paper to harden.
- Dip 1 more time.
- Once they've hardened you can wrap the spoons in decorative cellophane and tie with pretty ribbons.
- To use, simply stir into your coffee. Yum.