Make your very own Christmas Chocolate Spoons … these make GREAT gifts! Perfect for your cup of hot chocolate, coffee, or even a glass of warm milk! The post contains affiliate links.
Christmas Chocolate Spoons are a wonderful treat during the holidays season. These fun spoons compliment a cup of coffee, a mug of hot chocolate, or even a warm glass of milk. Not only are these fun for you and the family, they make happy little gifts when they are individually wrapped with love. I have always adored these spoons, even as a child. They are very elegant and a special little treat for any occasion. Making chocolate spoons is so simple that even the kiddos can join in on the fun. I hope you and your family will enjoy this fun kitchen project this holiday season!
How to Make Christmas Spoons
These festive spoons are so easy to make! All you need are a few ingredients and some fun toppings. Wrap them up in a some plastic treat bags to pass them out individually and you will have the cutest gift of chocolate ever seen!Print
Christmas Chocolate Spoons
- Total Time: 30 minutes
- Yield: 15
Make your very own Christmas Chocolate Spoons … these make GREAT gifts! Perfect for your cup of hot chocolate, coffee, or even a glass of warm milk!
- chocolate chips for melting
- (I use Ghirardelli milk chocolate chips and white chocolate chips)
- festive sprinkles
- crushed peppermint
- heavy duty plastic spoons
- Melt chocolate according to the package directions.
- Then prop spoons up so they are level. I use a beveled round plate and it works perfectly.
- Drizzle a teaspoon of melted chocolate in the spoon. Then gently shake the spoon back and forth until the chocolate smooth’s out.
- Then use festive sprinkles to decorate, I also used crushed peppermint. Refrigerate spoons until chocolate has hardened.
- Stir in a cup of coffee, a mug of hot chocolate, or warm glass of milk.
1 cup of melted chocolate yields approximately 15 spoons. When melting white chocolate I added 2 TBSP of coconut oil to 1/2 cup of white chocolate chips for a smooth consistency. There was no need to add oil to the milk chocolate chips.
- Prep Time: 30 minutes
- Category: Dessert
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size: 1
Your kids will LOVE to decorate these! You can choose from all different kinds of toppings! My favorite is the white chocolate and peppermint. Nothing says Christmas quite like that combination! You could even get some metallic spoons for a more chic look, like these gold ones!
Teacher Christmas Gift Idea
I think it would be so much fun to have a party for kiddos and lay out all the different toppings and then let their imaginations run! You could set up little stations and they can choose how to decorate. These would be such great teacher gifts!
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Samantha @ Five Heart Home says
So cute! My boys would go crazy for these. And I might kind of enjoy them, too… ;)
Thank you! I won’t lie, I enjoy these chocolate spoons too :)
These are so fun! I love how festive they are! I could see them being wrapped in cellophane bags and given away as a sweet gift. I’d love for you to link these up to our All Things Thursday Blog Hop if you get a chance!
These Chocolate Spoons make wonderful holiday gifts, especially for teachers or neighbors! Thank you so much for stopping by and for the invite! Hopping over right now!
Love these!! I’m going to have my little ones help me in making these to put in our good bags for friends, family and neighbors this Christmas! Thanks for sharing <3
You are very welcome! Hope you enjoy the rest of your week, thank you for stopping by!
Festive and great gift idea for the chocolate lover! I’m adding your post to my Holiday Roundup. My readers will love this idea. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much Rhonda!! xoxox
Sally noe says
Love these! Just made 44 of them as gifts.
Oh my! You’ve been busy! So glad you like them!! : )
How did you package (wrap) each one?
Can we just dip the spoons into the chocolate?
Victoria @DazzleWhileFrazzled says
These look good! Pinned to try. Visiting from Monday Funday party.
How far in advance can these be made? How do I store them?
My daughter and I had the best time making these and they we’re a huge hit at my office Ugly Sweater Party. We will do this every year now!
cookie clicker says
I love it!