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  • Julie Marney

    Followers Follow by Email You can follow on Facebook! Delicious Delicious Delicious About Me My Photo Mr. P Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom Food addict and high flyer. View my complete profile Search This Blog powered by The Real Welsh Love Spoon Glittering Raspberry Kulfi No Wedding Ring Pie True Sadness Cookies My Inner Grandma Chocolate-Ginger Brownies Smurf Cupcakes I will NOT eat your flan Mango and Jasmine Macarons Banana Refrigerator Cake Look! No Carrots! The Biscuit Pimp Coconut Macaroons A Week of Ice-Creams Rocky Horror Cupcakes Black Sesame Madeleines Conference Pear Cupcakes Lucy Likes Red Velvet Kitsch Christmas Cake Sweet Potato, Apple and Ginger Soup Almond and Macadamia Nut Cookies Maple-Cocoa Macarons Subscribe To Posts Comments Copyright Creative Commons License Delicious Delicious Delicious by Peter Hallsworth is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales License. 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!)

  • Erika Heesacker

    Chocolate spoons for hot chocolate - these would be great with my hot chocolate party favors

  • Michelle Hampton

    small christmas gift idea: hot chocolate spoons

  • Kimberly Robbins

    hot chocolate spoons- cute gift idea or party favors.

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