Chocolate covered spoons for Easter or Christmas

Chocolate covered spoons for coffee, milk, or tea. Make the chocolate dipped spoons recipe for Easter, Christmas, or as a unique favor!

Chocolate covered spoons on a marble surface
chocolate dipped spoons

You can use chocolate covered spoons as treats, place cards, or favors. I find them perfect both for Easter and Christmas.

The basic chocolate-covered spoons recipe is quite easy: melt chocolate and cover the spoons. All you have to do next is add a little creativity.

The first time I made chocolate coated spoons, I used small plastic spoons and made a little Spring garden on top.

The second time, I was a little concerned about using plastic spoons (the heat… on plastic?), so I used regular spoons from my vintage cutlery small collection. And added a lot of chocolate chips on top!

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chocolate spoons diy with green grass and butterfly confetti

Ingredients for 4 spoons

  • 1.7-2.2 oz (50-60 gr) of dark chocolate (I use 70% chocolate)
  • Plastic, metallic or wood spoons

 

  • 1/4 cup of coconut flakes
  • green edible dye
  • sugar confetti (flowers, butterflies, Easter eggs)

or

  • chocolate chips/confetti

 

how to make chocolate spoons

For the Spring garden spoons – Color the coconut flakes with as many drops of color as necessary to get a green grass color.

Water-bath chocolate, fill in the spoons (placed on parchment paper), wait less than a minute for the temperature to decrease a bit.

Decorate with the coconut flakes and confetti or the chocolate chips.

Let dry completely.

 

enjoy your chocolate spoons!

Claudia

Claudia Rinaldi

Claudia Rinaldi

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Digital artisan and curator of the Simposio book series; maker of Gourmet Project, an Italian food and culture blog; and life in Italy relator through the Italian Colors Newsletter. Claudia lives in magnificent Rome. She loves pasta, “melanzane alla parmigiana”, hats, suitcases and airports, Christmas, and books. Her mission is to show you that Italy is so much more than spaghetti and clichés, but a land of endless traditions, flavors, and heritage.