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This is fun presentation and it tastes good too! I used real whipped cream from a can and added a touch of cinnamon, and grated semisweet chocolate. Not much effort needed to add a special touch. Made for PRMRT.

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momaphet February 20, 2013

Makes an ordinary coffee break just a bit more fun. Made for New Kids on the Block, a tag game.

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Julie B's Hive January 29, 2009

5 stars for the creative possibilities alone of this little gem of a recipe. Once you try this, you will not stop thinking of new toppings to sprinkle over the whipped topping covered spoons. For the next big party I host, I'd love to make up several dozens of these (using a variety of toppings), and have them on a tray next to the coffee urn. I think it would funner than just putting out the usual creamer bowl. Especially for a bridal shower or baby shower, I think these would be a big hit. Thank you for sharing such a fun fun recipe, Sharon123. Back to the kitchen to try caramel drizzles, finely chopped butterscotch chips, finely ground hazelnuts, or maybe brown sugar with ground pecans.

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NorthwestGal January 27, 2009
Whipped Topping Dollops on Spoons