Coffeehouse Chocolate Spoons

Total Time
1hr 30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 1 hr

These chocolate-dipped spoons make it easy for anyone to stir up something sweet and indulgent in minutes. Cook time is chill time.


  1. In a heavy saucepan heat semisweet chocolate pieces over low heat, stirring constantly until the chocolate begins to melt.
  2. Immediately remove from heat; stir until smooth.
  3. Dip half of the spoons into chocolate, tapping handle of each spoon against side of pan to remove excess chocolate.
  4. Place spoons on waxed paper; refrigerate for 30 minutes to allow chocolate to set up.
  5. In a heavy saucepan heat white baking bar over low heat, stirring constantly until baking bar begins to melt.
  6. Immediately remove from heat; stir until smooth.
  7. Dip remaining spoons into the melted baking bar.
  8. Refrigerate for 30 minutes to set up.
  9. Place the remaining melted white baking bar in a small, self-sealing heavy plastic bag. Using scissors, make a small opening at one bottom corner of the bag; drizzle one or both sides of the chocolate-coated spoons with the melted white baking bar.
  10. Drizzle remaining melted bittersweet chocolate on white baking bar-coated spoons.
  11. Refrigerate spoons for 30 minutes to allow chocolate to set up.
  12. Wrap each spoon separately and store in cool, dry place for 2 to 3 weeks.
  13. Makes 20 to 24 chocolate-covered spoons.
  14. To Present This As a Gift: You will need matching teacup and saucer, coffee beans, gold-tasseled cord, cellophane bags, and thin gold ribbon.
  15. Fill the cup with the beans. Place on the saucer. Place a pair of chocolate spoons on top of the cup. Arrange tasseled cord around the base of the cup. Wrap extra spoons in cellophane bags; tie with gold ribbon.
  16. Also Try This: Wrap cellophane packages of spoons with gold curling ribbon to add even more cheer.
Most Helpful

Loved the idea, recipe, and of couse the chocolate. Made for a real nice dessert for us, and inexpensive too. Kids enjoyed them also. Made for PRMR Tag.

weekend cooker December 29, 2012

An amazingly simple idea that adds a real dash of decadence to an otherwise ordinary beverage...I loved it!!
Made for PRMR.

Noo February 20, 2011

A babe of a recipe and she knows how to work it! Made for Everyday Is a Holiday.

gailanng June 13, 2009

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