I love these super simple chocolate spoons. They are a lovely final ‘ooohhh’ at the table after a dinner party, and make a luxurious hot chocolate when added to hot milk. You can also melt the chocolate and pour in to molds with a swivel stick in the centre if you have suitable supplies.
85 grams semisweet chocolate pieces
45 grams white baking bar
10 – 12 plastic spoons
1.Â Melt the chocolate over low heat and remove.
2.Â Stir until smooth
3. Dip the spoons into the chocolate and place on waxed paper
4. Refrigerate for 30 minutes to allow the chocolate to set
5. Melt the white chocolate over low heat and remove.
6. Use a piping bag or a spoon and drizzle the white chocolate over the milk or dark chocolate
7. Serve with coffee after a meal, or my favourite, serve with a small cup of hot milk for a hot chocolate with a difference.
If you decide to make these, take a photograph and email me at diaryofafirstchild at gmail dot com and I will add it here. Alternatively leave a link to where you’ve uploaded it!
Andrea from Life as I Know It has sent me this picture of her son Neil, having a bad day but still making chocolate spoons. I know – I didn’t think the words bad day and chocolate could go in the same sentence.Â Boys, huh?
Just Have to Share – Chocolate Spoons for Coffee or Chocolate Milk
Hi I have made these a few times for dinner parties, they go down very well. for an extra little indulgence I add a few drops of liqueur, for Adults only of course
That is a great and easy idea!
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Mmmm, yummy! I’d probably eat the chocolate before getting it to the coffee though 😉 Thanks for stopping by my blog!
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WOW! If only I drunk hot drinks! Those look stunning!
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@Hayley, Oh dear. How do you survive winter with no hot drinks? I’d go mad!
@Hayley, Hayley, I was thinking about your hot drinks dilemma and thought, you could probably melt the chocolate in a small amount of hot milk, then top up with cold milk and enjoy a lovely chocolately cold milk? Haven’t tried it though to see how it would work out!
Yummy!! I’m going to try this for my house warming!!!
@Celina Hosp, Make sure to take a pic to send me! Hope the move is going/has gone well! Missing your tweets!
Just in time…Happy Easter! SITS sent me by, and I’m glad they did!
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@Melissa B., I do hope you managed to get them done for Easter! If you did then please feel free to send a photo! Thanks for stopping by!
You really shouldn’t tempt me with ideas like that…
@Vic, Ah, but chocolates eaten on Easter have zero callories, didn’t you know?
Wow, that sounds fabulous! I could almost have that for breakfast 😉
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@Quasi Serendipita, And they’re so easy, you could too! 🙂 I had to make those clutching baby in one arm, so the white didn’t spread too well, but at least it’s doable with one arm! Thanks for the comment!
Mmmm… chocolate! I tried making this once, but the ‘fight’ between my teeth and spoon was so annoying, so I just stopped making more XD
Found you via the SITS website. I particularly love your food posts with beautiful photographs 🙂
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