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    Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons

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    • Tina Linder

      Another gift idea. A Chocolate Touch. Freeze chocolate sprinkles in plastic spoons then serve with hot chocolate or coffee.

    • Marianne Burke-Hall

      Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons can do nautical colors and add a hot chocolate bar to go with the s'mores!

    • Margaret Aziz

      Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons via Sweetapolita - this would be great for Christmas hot chocolate too!

    • Al Mac

      Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons - great for hot cocoa stirrers! Can also make for party favors:).

    • Stephanie Hansen

      Chocolate party spoons. xmas theme for hot chocolate... or one for mixed creamy drinks?

    • April Crespo

      Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons Birthday/Baby Shower

    • Robin Black

      for hot chocolate----Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons

    • Melinda DiOrio

      sprinkled chocolate party spoons (quick party ideas)

    • Amanda Adkins

      Sprinkled Chocolate Party Spoons         {click to print}         Yield: 24 spoons You will need: 24 coloured plastic spoons (I used a lighter pink version of these: Pink Premium Plastic Spoons and some regular turquoise plastic spoons) cookie sheet lined with parchment paper some spatulas (or a book) for resting party spoons while filling Ingredients 170 grams (6 ounces) quality chocolate (milk, dark, white–anything!), chopped (I used Callebaut Milk Callets ) sprinkles, jelly beans, confetti quins, small chocolate candies, or any other small confection Method Place your plastic spoons on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, resting the spoon handles on a rubber spatula or book, to level them out while filling. Temper your chocolate in a glass bowl in the microwave (or in a heatproof bowl over a pot of simmering water on the stove), by warming for 20 second intervals and stirring in between. When the chocolate is almost (80%) completely melted, remove from the microwave and keep stirring until the last few pieces are completely melted and the chocolate is smooth. Spoon melted chocolate into your plastic spoons, about 80% full (the sprinkles and candies will fill the rest)–any more than that, and they will likely overflow (trust me, it happened to me). Add your sprinkles, candies and more. Place cookie sheet in the freezer or refrigerator for about 20 minutes to set. Enjoy! Sweetapolita’s Notes: If you choose to add any chocolate bits to the melted chocolate spoons, be sure to wait a few moments for the chocolate to cool in the spoon, so your chocolate additions don’t melt. When adding jelly beans, wait a few moments for the chocolate to start to set, so they don’t sink. I recommend using a good quality chocolate–nothing crazy expensive, but just something that tastes great. Use any colour spoon to tie into any party theme or idea. Get adventurous with the sprinkles and candy you add–anything goes! Spoon in the melted chocolate and then let kids do the rest. A perfect birthday party (or even rainy day) activity! Good luck & enjoy!

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