Bite Size Chocolate Spoons

Bite Size Chocolate Spoons
Bite Size Chocolate Spoons
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Looking for fun little treat for your next Christmas party? Then try these Bite Size Chocolate Spoons, an easy edible craft that people of all ages can enjoy. In less than an hour, you'll be ready for any Christmas event with minty, chocolatey treats that are virtually mess-free. This would also be a fun and easy Christmas craft to do with your little ones, especially at a party. It can be done so quickly that you'll never have to keep anyone waiting, which gives you plenty of time to make seconds.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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These are such a great addition to Christmas gifts. I make homemade hot chocolate mixes and make up gift baskets each year. Adding these with a couple of mugs, some hot chocolate mix in a cute little jar, a small bag of mini marshmallows, and a couple of candy canes makes a really nice gift.

These little spoons are seriously adorable. I love them for parties. I can see making a ton of these because it only takes a little chocolate for each one. I bet you can make dozens really fast. I love how festive you made them for Christmas parties. You can do so many things including different chocolates, sprinkles, mini chips, and more.

These are always a hit and they're super easy to make. They're great ideas for Secret Santa gifts as well.

I have made chocolate spoons several times and they are always a hit. You can usually pick up the supplies you need from the bulk foods store, so it's pretty affordable. They are a fun dessert treat if you are having a holiday party. Kids also love them! My nephews thought that it was great fun to stir them into their hot chocolate when we were warming up after a skate. You can also wrap them in pretty cello-paper and tie them to a jar of hot cocoa mix to give out as gifts. You can also really change up the flavour profile by using different flavoured chocolate on the spoon. They are so yummy!


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