How to Make Chocolate Covered Spoons – Chocolate covered spoons are the perfect mate for the steaming cup of joe or mug of hot cocoa!
I love to give homemade gift sets for gifts. It’s really the perfect gift, you can use a mix of store-bought items and homemade treats and create a thoughtful gift.
One of my favorite gift sets to make is for coffee lovers. You can package together Dunkin Donuts® gourmet coffee, mugs, coffee creamers, and coffee sweeteners. You may even want to include a one-cup coffee maker. For an extra special touch make my Chocolate Covered Spoons. Package it together in a shopping bag that they can use over and over again!
I was able to find all the Dunkin Donuts® products at my local Walmart for the gift bag. I saved time and money by not having to run all over town. Love that! Walmart has several ground coffee flavors to choose from as well as K-Cup®. They also non-diary and liquid creamers for your gift bag.
Coffee and hot chocolate lovers will both love these Chocolate Covered Spoons. I highly recommend making them for your gift packages. They are easy to make! #DunkinToTheRescue
How to Make Chocolate Covered Spoons
- Choose pretty, clear or silver plastic spoons.
- Wash spoons and make sure they are completely dry.
- For detailed information on melting chocolate read my post: How to Melt Chocolate.
- Have all sprinkles out and ready to use.
- Allow plenty of time to dry before packaging your spoons.
- 12 clear plastic spoons
- 4 to 5 ounces Wilton candy melts
- 1 teaspoon Crisco solid vegetable shortening
- Toppings for spoons: white chocolate chopped nuts, mini marshmallows. peppermint chips, white chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, candy coated chocolate pieces.
In an oven safe bowl, melt chocolate.
Stir until smooth.
Dip spoon in chocolate to evenly coat both sides.
Lay on waxed paper to dry.
Immediately sprinkle toppings on spoons.
Allow to dry 30 to 45 minutes before packaging.
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