Sunday, 21 February 2010

Chocolate Party Spoons!


My original thinking with these beauties was that they would become the modern day Welsh Love Spoon. The one you'd actually like to receive on Valentine's Day, as opposed to one of those outrageously over-priced and overwhelmingly useless, hideous, hand crafted, wooden goodfornothings. Those of you not in the same country as I am might not know what a Welsh Love Spoon is, and in this case, Google is your best friend - he's found this for you.

My timing is off though; I've been busy! Thus, I didn't make them in time for Valentine's Day, and they became Dessert One of Two at Rowanne's Un-Birthday Party. (It's a little-known, but fortunately often implemented rule that one must always have two desserts at an Un-Birthday Party).


I confess that, fabulous though my spoons are, they were not actually my own idea; I saw something similar in a Valentine-themed cookbook in Tokyo a week or so ago, and immediately decided to make some at home (as I've said, as Valentine's gifts, but that didn't happen). But actually, they went down so well at Row's Un-Birthday that I think I'll make them a party regular.

I'm just mad for this one - it's like a jewelled brooch!

The making and eating is ridiculously fun and easy to do; you could even get children to help. You can see that this isn't really a 'recipe', so I'm going to attempt a step by step tutorial.

(A tutorial - ha!)

Now, hold on to your hats, because here we go.



First of all, get yourself some spoons. I found these coloured plastic ones in the kind of cheap shop that you love going into but wouldn't want to be seen in. Have a hunt around to see what you can find.


Then, you'll need some chocolate. I'm not a snob (honest!), but I do think you get what you pay for, so make it a chocolate that you actually feel comfortable eating. Nothing too expensive; you'll be covering it with trashy sweets and sprinkles after all. I got these bars in Rome - I'm a sucker for pretty packaging.




While you melt the chocolate, either in the microwave, or over some simmering water, you need to make your spoons level so that when you pour in the liquid chocolate, it doesn't spill. I simply propped them up using a copy of James Wong's enlightening Grow Your Own Drugs. (Calm down: he's talking about things like chamomile.) You could use anything suitable - the edge of a plate or chopping board, for example.

Then, spoon in some chocolate. I'm afraid the sun came out and cast some shadows on this, but you get the idea. (Remind me never to do a step-by-step 'tutorial' on party spoons ever again.)


Then you simply go mad with whatever small sweets, silver balls and sprinkles you have. Jelly beans are a must - we all agreed they go nicely with the chocolate, however odd that may sound. If your sweets are chocolate themselves though, wait ten minutes before putting them onto the molten chocolate, just in case they also start melting.


Serve, at parties, with gleeful abandon!

173 comments:

  1. Adorable!.and I knew nothing about Welsh Love spoons..Thanks for enlightening me :)

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  2. Love spoons eh!
    These look so cuteee!!
    theyd make good hot chocolate stirrers tooo! mm :D

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  3. 1) OMG this is SOOOO cute! What a genius idea! I LOVE IT!

    2) Thanks for the spoon link. Without it, I would not have known what you meant. And now that I've seen what they look like, I 100% agree that they're the most hideous things ever! lol.

    3) What is an "un-birthday?" =)

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  4. These look so pretty Mr P - clever you :)

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  5. How did you do that!!! Brilliant idea and beautifully executed.

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  6. Unbelievable!! Your blog is making it's way into my RSS reader now! How could something as simple as these spoons be so gorgeous and perfect? Love this! U are so very creative and a great photographer.

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  7. I've never seen anything like it. So cute!

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  8. Oh. My. Goodness. These are so pretty! My jaw is practically touching the floor at the thought of devouring those! I love the pink one too! It looks almost vintage! Oh and I totally understand the whole going to the £ shop and secretly enjoying it but pleading with God not to let any of the locals see you there.

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  9. These are so cute! And I like the jewelly one the best too.

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  10. Awww, these are just sweet. I've never seen anything like this before!

    And she's off to look up Welsh love spoon...

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  11. Beautiful creatine chocolate sppons.Very innovative.

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  12. These are so freakin cute and genius!!!

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  13. These are fabulous! They jump right off the screen at you. I had to post a link to your spoons on my column (ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com). Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Chocolate party spoons? Rocky Horror Cupcakes?....WHERE has this blog been all my life?! I can't believe I've only just now discovered your adorable site! You've just gained yourself a regular reader! :-) These spoons are simply adorable!!

    -Amy
    www.singforyoursupperblog.com

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  15. What a fun addition to any party!! LOVE this idea!

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  16. what a great idea! they look awesome.

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  17. You're not a snob? Really? You call a historical, cultural tradition that expresses love and affection to be "outrageously over-priced and overwhelmingly useless, hideous, hand crafted, wooden goodfornothings". The link you posted shows just how beautiful they are! I am not Welch, nor have I ever heard of lovespoons, but from reading the link you posted about them, I don't know how you can say that about them and not look snobbish. Also your comment about going into a cheap shop that you don't want to be seen in. Wow, I guess you are just too good for all of us. Cute spoons though.

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    1. I see where you are coming from but it was just trying to help us and it is very rude to be negative. Please be nice:)

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    2. Lighten up!

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    3. My thoughts exactly!

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  18. I have to agree with the above poster, because I would LOVE to receive a wooden lovespoon....much more than these chocolate spoons. Fun idea for a party for kids, but can't compare to a lovespoon.

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  19. wow...first time I heard and learnt about the Welsh Love Spoons! IT's really interesting... i mean giving something to the apple of your eye that's useful as well :-D I Think If your idea put into Platinum, Silver or Gold Spoons..oh my... that's going to make the lady of your dreams Swoon :-D No need Imam Biyaldı to court her at all :-D

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  20. wow...first time I heard and learnt about the Welsh Love Spoons! IT's really interesting... i mean giving something to the apple of your eye that's useful as well :-D I Think If your idea put into Platinum, Silver or Gold Spoons..oh my... that's going to make the lady of your dreams Swoon :-D No need Imam Biyaldı to court her at all :-D

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  21. Can you please tell me where you got those chocolate and pink decorations on the pink spoon? Thanks.

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  22. Could you please tell me where you got those chocolate and pink decorations on the pink spoon? Thanks!

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  23. These are beautiful... and your pics look great too. Thanks for the idea!

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  24. VERY pretty.

    I love them. A. Lot.

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  25. Love them, they are just gorgeous.

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  26. LOVE these spoons!!! Such a fun girly thing to make!

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  27. This are so pretty! And seriously? What can you do with an ugly wooden "love" spoon, other than add chocolate and sparkly candy to it?

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  28. Good god, I'm in love. With some spoons. Erm, this is a bit worrying. I think I need a spoon to calm me down. Spoons.

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  29. OK, it seems people love the spoons as much as I do. Hurrah! I like it when I am not the only one.

    Astheroshe - I didn't until I moved to Wales either. I like to think we'll put the chocolate love spoon on the map though, one way or another!

    Bigarade - I cannot believe I didn't think to use them for that. What an amazing idea; you could just bring them out, in all seriousness, without mentioning them, and watch your guests go wild!

    Judy - High praise from someone who always makes everything beautiful! You gonna make some too? And as for Un-Birthdays, you need to watch Disney's 'Alice in Wonderland'!

    Lisa - thanks! Your package has still to be posted by the way. I am such a slacker. It's in my suitcase, but I'm in Paris. It's coming, promise!

    LostPast - why thank you!

    Marla - it's make up and lights, but in edible form. Make some too! I'd love to see.

    M and Southern Hostess - thank you. That goes for you two as well - get melting the chocolate!

    Sanjana - I used to not mind going in Cardiff's pound shops. But now that I properly live here, I have a reputation to think about, you know what I'm saying.

    Cakelaw - there's something about pink and white, isn't there?

    Hilary, Simply and Jennifer - thanks all of you. I feel like I am being told I am very clever an awful lot considering it's just a home assembly job. Still... thanks!

    Chic - I know your page! An honour. Thanks!

    Sing For For Your Supper - I do think that Rocky Horror was made to inspre my cupcakes. Wait until you see what's going on my next set.

    Kari and Tia - thanks to you both as well. Make them for your parties.

    I seem to have offended some anonymous readers. Sorry about that; you're still more than welcome to pop over for a chocolate love spoon whenever you like.

    Pixen - I accept that if it's a platinum spoon we're talking about, then the chocolate is optional really. I'll take the platinum spoon over my love tokens, for sure.

    The pink chocolates are called Apollo Choco - you can get them online, google will find you a local supplier.

    Cooking Foodie - thanks a lot!

    Fancy Elastic - They are not even HALF as pretty as some of the things you make, but thanks! I wanted to get some of those wooden spoons you can get sometimes, the sort that can be composted, but couldn't find any. I think that would make them look a bit more natural, and you could use nuts and things instead of sweets.

    Krista and Flutterbyblue - thanks both!

    IvoryPomegranate - All I can say is you need to be careful saying things like that. Someone might come over and write comments on your blog, saying that you are disrespecting Wales' cultural heritage. But I agree with you!!

    Conor - They are quite pulse quickening, I must say. Is it cool enough in Perth to let chocolate set yet?

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  30. oh my lemons! how cuteeeee can this get?!?! absolutely absolutely LOVE IT:)

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  31. Those are so cute. And they'd make for a fun kids project in our house, maybe for the "Other" Mr. P in yours? I'm not sure if you're a Nigella fan (I am BIG TIME), but I think she would be suitably impressed.

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  32. ick! alice in wonderland reeeeeally creeped me out as a kid! i couldn't get through even the first half of it! =)

    i'll have to google it. tee hee.

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  33. This is SO cute! What a fun idea. I just clicked over from Craft Gossip and I'm so glad I did. I would love to link to this post if you didn't mind. Off to explore the rest of your site...

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  34. These are just too awesome!! like really!!
    I kinda wanna make them now, plus I love your colored spoons!!

    Oh, and I have to agree, those welsh spoons are well, ugly.

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  35. I agree with Sanjana that these honestly look vintage - esp. the pinkie. SO pretty, so squeally/glee producing!

    Where do you get your cake decor/ dragees? You always have such nifty things *jealous*.

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  36. Great idea any time of year. Love it!

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  37. Mr. P! These look amazing. I love them - inspired!

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  38. What a delightful idea! I can imagine serving those as part of a little girl cocoa birthday tea party. They're absolutely precious.
    I like love spoons in theory, and the older examples are quite pretty. However, from looking at the shop your link linked to, it seems the only ones sold these days are bastardized versions of a genuine tradition. Y'know, something for the tourists.
    Thanks for the idea!
    Nicole

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  39. Another GORGEOUS food blog to add to my weekly reads.

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  40. Oh! Mr P. you are in my bad book!! Have now taken to (unsuccessfully) scouting the euro shops for there beautious spoons ..... Oh the worry that I'll be spotted!!

    Thank you for the wonderful idea, and your really enjoyable blog:-}

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  41. What a wonderful idea-these are just beautiful! Even though my bridal shower and wedding are both more than a year away, I'm going to have to bookmark this as an idea-thanks for sharing!

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  42. Super stunning....and a must-copy idea! My girls would love this...at a birthday party. Make your own!

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  43. Cutest things ever! Can't wait to make them with my granddaughters!

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  44. I Love these spoons, so clever and pretty! Love your blog too:)

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  45. Lovely filled party spoons! Yeah!! yummie too!

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  46. Fantastic! This is a great idea and your spoons love every so sweetly appetizing.

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  47. I love these. I love these sooooo much I want to make some right now.
    My son will adore this. I think I'll make some for his birthday party

    ps. I might link to this on my blog http://www.thelittlefoodie.com

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  48. What a gorgeous idea and I am pleased to have come across your Blog!

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  49. Love at first sight...

    I'm in love with you blog!

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  50. So wonderfully simple but so visually fantastic! I will definitely be trying this.

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  51. I love it! I'm totally going to make these as party favors for my son's birthday party!

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  52. So, so cute! I want to make these for Easter baskets. Never heard of Welsh Love Spoons.

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  53. Never saw this kind of treat before & I like it! The grapes (I think) look like a great idea too! I might put raisins in mine also & some coconut flakes scattered about. Seems it would be easier just to spoon out the chocolate from a bowl into the spoon after it set but I'll give it a shot.

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  54. I've featured these (immediately) on http://dropdeadkawaii.blogspot.com

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  55. beautiful, unique, must make!!!!!

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  56. I have to email and tell you that I saw your post and thought these were just adorable and would make great party favors for my 6-year-old's birthday. I made a few testers just to see if they struck her fancy, and they were just as cute. BUT. Then we ate them. I thought my daughter was exaggerating that she couldn't bite into them; she has loose front teeth. Then I tried, and I couldn't bite into them, either! Could I have done something wrong? I ended up making cookie pops which were cute, too, but I really loved your chocolate spoon idea!

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  57. Jami! I'm so glad at least you had cookie pops and the party wasn't ruined.

    I have to say, when I have made these, which is two or three times now, they melt in my mouth - it all kind of slips out in one go.

    However, I have the solution if you used a chocolate that set really hard - use Nutella instead. They'll be much softer. Maybe for a seventh birthday party?

    Thanks for reporting back!

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  58. Thanks for the suggestion! My husband would be so happy with Nutella spoons! :-)

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  59. Wow!..Your work is one of a kind..It's awesome yet not that expensive!...Love it...

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  60. They look gorgeous. I'm going to make them for my daughter's birthday party.

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  63. Oh you clever boy!! These are gorgeous - I do hope you don't mind if I copy your ideas. Feel free to copy anything of mine if you see anything you fancy! They really are so lovely.
    Will be following you with great interest after finding your bizcocho recipe, which I am off to make now for my Spanish husband.
    www.chocolateannie.blogspot.com

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  64. Add me to the list of people who think these are adorable! Mercy, though, I would have to scrounge around pretty hard to find high quality chocolate and such pretty accent candy around here... though the result is totally worth it, I suspect! I linked to this on my weekly roundup - thanks so much for sharing!

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  65. Hello I love your article is very good ... should put more information on your topic "Chocolate Party Spoons!"

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  66. Nice idea! I am sure may kids gonna love this chocolate party spoons. I will gonna try it too in my nephew's birthday.



    -pia-

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  68. Good idea. I really like. We must also try to do so. Thanks to the author.

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  70. Fantastic ! There are beautyful !

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  71. these are mini works of he{art}.
    Thanks for shairng.

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  76. Hey great stuff, thank you for sharing this useful information and i will let know my friends as well.

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  78. so cute! this is a great idea for a party

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  80. clever idea! thx
    happy weekend!

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  81. Looking at this post made me happy, in an otherwise dreary day... Thanks!

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  82. omg! this is so cool. love this idea. thanks for sharing :D

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  84. Adorable! I've just made them myself, thanks for this lovely idea (:

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  85. Your tutorial was used on this dutch website: www.girlscene.nl :D I love the idea.

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  86. These look so great, I am going to do them for our Christmas party for all of the kids. I was thinking that this would be good made with chocolate pudding instead of melted chocolate as well (faster and no worries about melting chocolate decorations). Thanks for sharing these!

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  87. Sooo cute... this is really fun to make with your kids. This is a great idea for Christmas as well and for all occasion too. This is a first for me, 'never seen one before, you're so creative. Thanks you so much.

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  89. Hello, I really like your blog. You offered a good idea. Children will be delighted. Thank you.

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  90. wow those look cute and yummy. but are those gold and silver balls food also?

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  91. Oh my goodness, I LOVE these party spoons!

    Where did get those gorgeous little pink & chocolate blancmange-looking decorations. Adorable!

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  92. Oooo so pretty!
    And good timing! My daughter's birthday is in a week :) It will be a Tinkerbell party and surely fairies loooove chocolate, right?

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  93. Great tips, I would like to join your blog anyway,

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  94. This is a perfect for kids' birthday parties or even baby showers. The kids gonna love it. They're so cute, so creative of you.

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  95. What a fabulous idea! Just gorgeous! (Picked it up from Chez Beeper Bebe blog.)

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  96. Oh my gosh - those things look amazing!!!

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  97. That looks delicious! I will try it out for my daughters next birthday shower :)

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  98. Oh what the hell my mouth started watering again. There goes the diet down the drain, delicious, delicious, criminally delicious.

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  99. I. Love. These. Going to my school friend's wedding at Easter in Mid-Wales, we were going to buy a Love Spoon for the happy couple, but, do, you know what? I think these are wayyyy superior. Thanks for the inspiration!

    http://katescakesandbakes.blogspot.com/

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  100. This is fantastic. I wonder what kind of candy you have on that first spoon? I bet we don't have them in the US. What fun! I'm going to do this craft with my grown children instead of coloring easter eggs.. well maybe, at 21 and 24 they still are crazy about dying easter eggs.. :) LOVE this

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  101. those are italian chocolate!!! I live in the US and I never saw them, do you know a place or a website where I can find them?

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  102. Hi,
    Could you please tell me where you got those chocolate and pink decorations on the pink spoon? These are beautiful... and your pics look great too,,Thanks for sharing this so good post...

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  105. These chocolate party spoons look delicious, I have to try making them too!

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  106. Just come across these - what a good idea!

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  107. Oh my god, it's perfect! I really love it :)) This spoons are fantastic (L)

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  108. What a cute idea! I am going to make these for my daughther's preschool class next week for the last day of school. Thanks!

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  109. those are italian chocolate!!! I live in the US and I never saw them, do you know a place or a website where I can find them?

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  110. I love, love, love this idea! I'm so doing this for my next party!

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  115. Mouth started watering looking at it!

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  116. It´s a great GREAT idea!!!
    Love it!!!xxxx

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  117. I have to agree with the above poster, because I would LOVE to receive a wooden lovespoon....much more than these chocolate spoons. Fun idea for a party for kids, but can't compare to a lovespoon.

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  118. Loved this! Featured them today at Over the Big Moon! You can see it here: http://overthebigmoon.blogspot.com/2011/10/pinterest-interests-giveaway.html

    Thanks!

    Pam from www.overthebigmoon.com

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  119. So easy to do! Wonderfull & Funny!!!

    It is really a good idea!! Thank you for sharing it with us!!!

    Love your blog ^^

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  120. Cute party idea! I just tweeted about your wonderful idea. It would make a fun addition to a kids tea party.

    http://twitter.com/#!/CutePartyIdeas

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  121. love the spoons, going to make for Christmas presents for acquaintences...perfect & economical

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  122. Awwwww !! These are so cute – perfect for kids parties ..
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  124. my kids loves this when i show this pictures really nice... .. awesome to look such gorgeous chocolates now.

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  125. I've GOT to start following this blog! A brilliant idea! I make a lot of chocolates for Christmas, and this will be a wonderful way to add some color! Someone 'pinned' this on pinterest.com, so glad they did or I may never have found you!

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  126. i cannot wait to make these for my next party!
    they are too cute :3
    thanks for sharing.

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  127. These look amazing and delicious! Definitely something I'll be trying with my girls in the kitchen. :)

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  128. these look amazing, yum yum!!! thanks for the tutorial.

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  129. Great post! This is the first time I have seen this chocolate spoon. It's cool and I like your blog.

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  131. We are having a ski birthday party, I can't wait to make these, they can use them in their hot cocoa. Thanks for the post.

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  134. These are fantastic! I am thinking about including them as part of a wedding favor. Thank you :)

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  135. I linked back into this off Pinterest. Amazing! I love how quick and simple they would be to take to a party or something with stuff I have (yes, I always seem to have choc, sweets, sprinkles and spoons around).

    Oooh, also I could make them with keep-able spoons (vintage ones or kitsch ones) and give them OUT as thanks-for-coming gifts.

    I'm not as twee as I sound, I just like spoons with chocolate on. :)

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  137. Maybe I am the only one but I like the wooden Welsh love spoons lol. I clicked the link and thought hmmmm am I missing something because they aren't hideous at all. I think they are pretty. *shrugs*

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  138. Awww, these are just sweet. I've never seen anything like this before!

    And she's off to look up Welsh love spoon...

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  139. Like all these people above-I think it's a great idea-those spoons. I work in a daycare centre with little kids and I want to make this for my birthday-thanx for sharing. Dutch greetings with heart&soul from Sil.

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  140. very nice Chocolate Party Spoons! this so pretty,thanks for sharing.....

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  141. Chocolate party spoons really are win win haha.

    Audrey
    whats your ID?

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  142. We just discovered this blog and are attempting to recreate some of your ideas on the wooden cutlery that we sell (www.CanDoChefs.com)

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  143. Thank you for the great idea!
    I just tried it with sugared rose petals and white Candymelts:
    http://honeybavaria.blog.de/2012/09/09/rezept-weisse-rosenloeffelchen-alias-chocolate-party-spoons-14704548/

    We love it!
    Greetings from Germany,
    Hanni

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  145. OMG!! I love it. I made 562 of them for my bake sale! and they all sold!!!

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  146. I can't wait to make these for 20 6-year olds. Great tutorial! Fun to read!

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  147. Just made these with 20 enthusiastic teenagers in Montana, USA. Thanks so much for the blog post and beautiful photos. They were a huge hit! :)

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  148. Thanks for sharing! Great pictures, too!

    I made these for the holidays this year, using red and green. I linked back to you, the inspiration:

    http://www.rebewithaclause.com/2012/12/diy-christmas-spoon-chocolate-holiday.html

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  149. can i freeze them and serve them standing up?

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  151. These chocolate party spoons are way cool. Super festive and colorful. Makes for an impressive baby shower treat or party favor. Passing along your very creative idea at www.diapercakedigest.com.

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