Chocolate Covered Spoons

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With holidays around the corner many of us are looking for ways to save money but give something that our friends would love. Many of my friends like coffee and hot chocolate and what is more perfect then extra chocolate in your coffee or hot chocolate. Chocolate covered spoons are fantastic gifts to give for teacher’s or holidays.


You can get pretty creative with these and you can use lollipop plastic covers to cover the tops and tie with any color ribbon you would like. Sprinkles are a good additive to for color. Wood spoons can also be used. Usually the wood spoons can be found on Etsy.


Last year I did these as gifts with packets of hot chocolate in a basket. If you decide to do a basket one of the cutest things ever is to do homemade bread with a cup, spoon and hot chocolate or coffee packets. Flavored coffee is another good item to go with it.


Chocolate Covered Spoons

And don’t think just Christmas! These are good for all holidays. Just look at the pictures below. I like to add in some hot chocolate packets, the chocolate covered spoons, and other trinkets. Books are amazing to pair with it as well.

Gift cards to book stores or even a nice soft $5 blanket from Walmart can round out a nice holiday gift basket. Put it all together in a wicker basket. The mug, chocolate spoons, a book, and blanket. Sometimes I find a inexpensive movie as well to add to the basket.

Chocolate Covered Spoons

Chocolate Covered Spoons

Spoons covered in chocolate for gifts.


  • 1 bag of milk chocolate
  • 1 bag of white chocolate
  • Lollipop covers
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 bag of plastic spoons
  • Ribbon of choice
  • Parchment paper or plastic wrap


  1. Use a double boiler or a glass bowl that fits over a pan. I use a glass bowl and fit it over a pan with about ½ of the pan filled with water. Heat pan on medium high heat until the water is boiling. Add glass bowl to top.
  2. Add milk chocolate to glass bowl and ¼ of a cup to ½ cup of milk. Eyeball the milk by mixing in a little at a time. You do not want to much milk just enough to keep the chocolate from hardening or burning. Once chocolate is melted remove it from the stove with oven mitts. Careful it will be hot!
  3. Lay out parchment paper or plastic wrap. Dip spoons in the milk chocolate and lay onto the paper or plastic. If you want to use sprinkles then is is best to drizzle the sprinkles over the spoon while still warm. In the meantime, repeat the process above for the white chocolate. Once the chocolate is ready using another spoon drizzle the white chocolate over the milk chocolate spoon to add design.
  4. When the spoons have dried just cover with clear lollipop bags and tie off with ribbon of your choice. Gift them with hot chocolate or gourmet coffee.

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    1. You can always do a tag to attach to the spoon with blog information too for larger gatherings ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. These are fabulous! My boys want to have a hot chocolate stand (they are having a hard time waiting for summer lemonade stands ๐Ÿ™‚ ) – wouldn’t these be perfect? You could also use different color of candy melts to change up the colors ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. These are great. Over the last few years I have done away w/ birthday party “favors” for the kids and instead have replaced that junk that kids love and parents hate w/ a homemade baked treat. These actually look like they’d make a great birthday party favor. Thanks for the idea.

    1. I think they are great for parties! I did a mad hatter tea party when my daughter was younger and just slapped these across the tops. I also think they are perfect to eat at the party with ice cream. That extra chocolate on your spoon ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I have seen this with gift baskets before but did not know how to make them. Yours are very cute and wrapped so lovely. Thanks for posting the *how to*.