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Chocolate Spoons {WBFF Fox 45 Holiday Crafts Segment}

Hey Cuties,

How was your weekend? Did you stay in and relax or go out and do something fun? I got up early Saturday morning and headed to WBFF Fox 45 studios in Baltimore. It was a lot of fun, I talked about easy DIY Treats for the holiday season. After that The Style Medic and I kept North and headed to New York; more on that later this week.

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Setting up…

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Explainging…

In the clip I share 3 easy DIY Crafts for the holiday.  The chocolate spoons have become my absolute favorite.

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You can get chocolate in a variety of fun flavors.

 

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Silicone Spoon Cavity Mold + Candy Cane chocolate melts

This spoon mold has become really hard to find. It is sold out online at JoAnn’s, and the Michael’s & JoAnn’s in my area as well. Oh and it’s on back order on the Wilton website and they are the dag on manufacturer.

Step 1. Melt your chocolate according to the bag instructions. Time: 1-minute Cook Power: 50%

Step 2. Poor into a piping bag and clip the tip. Note: Using a piping bag controls the mess; if you don’t have one use a sandwich bag and just clip one of the corners. 

Step 3. Fill each cavity one by one. Make sure you get all the nooks and crannies. lol

Step 4. Smooth the melted chocolate in each cavity so the spoons lay flat once firm.

Step 4: Put in the fridge Note: It doesn’t take long at all.

Once finished they should look something like this.

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Great for hot tea, coffee or chocolate milk

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Add peppermint to it.

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Bagged and ready, to be more festive you can add holiday ribbon instead of using the twist tie.

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Click for the Kiss Mas Tree tutorial.

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Kiss Mas Tree

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What kind of crafts do you do during the holiday season? Chat with me in the comment section below or FB, IG or Twitter.

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MimiCuteLips® started in 2010, it’s a place to come and share life experiences. Mimi is a lifestyle blogger, a mother of two, an Operations Manager by day, the business owner of From Mi To You and a naturalista. She blogs about life as she sees it, lives it, and loves it (or not)! The purpose of this blog is to share her voice. Like many others, she lives a life that requires her to wear multiple hats. From DIY projects, parenting, business adventures, love, travel recaps and more.

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  1. kita

    This looks so cool I have always wanted to make the spoons so I will be making this for our hot chocolates for Christmas

  2. Patrice

    These are awesome treats your recipes seems doable have to try making the chocolate is my favorite.

  3. Chanel | Cultural Xplorer

    I really like the idea of chocolate spoons! I know the kids in my class would go crazy over these chocolatey treats 😀 I am inspired now to look for different molds to create chocolates out of!

  4. Jeanette

    We try different crafts each year this one looks pretty cool I might have to try this one for the night before christmas!

  5. Stacie

    Look at you doing your Martha Stewart thang! Love these idea sis!

  6. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

    Love it! Looooovvveeeeee it! I should make up a bunch of these for Christmas presents this year. I’m thinking these spoons paired with some really high end coffee.

  7. Chubskulit Rose

    So sweet! I love the kiss mas tree. What a way to sweetly decorate!

  8. Joanna

    After reading all these blogs, I think I can get my creative juices flowing. Lol that’s really cute for a festive party or kids gifts.

  9. Megan Elford

    I really want to try these chocolate spoons. I think they make the sweetest gifts (ha! Pun not intended). I can’t wait to try them 🙂

  10. Liz Mays

    Oh my gosh this is so cool. I’d love to make some chocolate ones with extra peppermint for some delicious hot cocoa.

  11. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    I love these so much! My sister in law always makes dipped plastic spoons (she dips them in chocolate), but I like your way much better.

  12. lisa @bitesforbabies

    I love these…what a unique idea! How cool (and delicious) would it be to stir some warmed milk or holiday drink with these!

  13. Kiwi

    I saw your Facebook post on you being featured on the local news! Congrats my darling and I love the idea of Choclate Spoons great for hot cocoa enhancement!

  14. Melissa

    These sound like a fun project for my daughter and I to do on the weekend. She would love to make and eat these!

  15. Holly

    You had me at chocolate. Chocolate spoons, that is pretty cool. Stinks that the mold is sold out everywhere. Super popular.

  16. Miles L.

    Wow! Imagine a spoon which you can eat? This is a great idea. I would really love to try this with the kids.

  17. Maurene

    Those are really delicious and sweet spoons. I would say the kids will love this project.

  18. Terri Ramsey

    Wow!! These are really cute, I couldn’t eat it lol. It would be nice if I’m going to try it this coming Christmas Eve!

  19. Annemarie LeBlanc

    I am sharing this post with my sister. She loves working with chocolate. I don’t have much success with it so I will let her make it for me. Those chocolate spoons are so unique. I hope we find the molds we need.

  20. ricci

    I love chocolate spoons!! They make such fun gifts and party favors!!

  21. JanetGoingCrazy

    I’ve never seen chocolate spoons before, but that’s fun! I also love your idea for the kiss tree!

  22. MyTeenGuide

    The spoons are way too cool. It would be nice to serve hot chocolates to guests with a chocolate spoon. Thanks for sharing this.

  23. lisa

    These chocolate spoons are perfect for the holiday season. Who wouldn’t love to get this for dipping in hot chocolate or coffee? Great idea!

  24. Diana Villa

    Wow those chocolate spoons are screaming my name lol, how cool and yummy! 😀

  25. Valerie Robinson

    Fabulous ideas! I’m afraid that I would make a great big mess…I am now 0-8 with chocolate LOL! The spoons are perfect for birthday party favors!

  26. Lynndee

    I love, love, love the chocolate spoons and the kiss mas tree! What can I say? I am a certified chocoholic! 🙂

  27. Rebecca Swenor

    It sounds like you had an interesting but fun weekend indeed at the studio. I have never heard of the chocolate spoons but I am very interested in making these and they would indeed make for a great gift idea as well as for any gathering. Thanks for sharing the awesome ideas.

  28. Ann Bacciaglia

    These spoons look so delicious and easy to make. I will have to get these molds so i can make my own.

  29. Kasi

    Congrats on the news feature, you’re really doing it! These crafts are super cute and delicious looking! I haven’t done too much DIY lately, but maybe I can get my fam to do something when they come into town for Christmas break.

  30. Tyra

    See I’m supposed to be eating right and this just made me want some serious chocolate! Great project and it looks yummy!

  31. Christine @MomsNCharge

    These crafts are so darn cute. You killed it in the segment! I had never even seen chocolate spoon melts, so this is really cool. I’ll just come and borrow yours since they are sold out everywhere LOL

  32. Maggie Branch

    These spoons are an awesome idea! In hot chocolate they’d make the flavor even more rich and delicious!

  33. Bonnie @wemake7

    What an awesome idea! I would love to make this soon. Thanks for sharing these.

  34. Jonna

    Girl…you are my Craft Queen! Ooo maybe you should put that on a shirt… *wink*

  35. Sicorra@NotNowMomsBusy

    Love your work! I would really like one of those chocolate spoon molds. Last year I started buying large dark chocolate bars and melting it down to make my own chocolates using small molds and different flavors, like peanut butter or raspberry.

  36. Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

    I have never made my own chocolate spoons before, looks like a perfect activity to keep the nieces and nephews busy so they won’t be all up underfoot! 🙂

  37. ashleigh

    Congratulations on your apperance! What adorble Christmas treats those spoons are. Great idea.

  38. April Mims

    I love these chocolate spoons! They would really make great gifts that everyone would love.

  39. HilLesha

    I love how effortlessly easy these spoons are to make! I will have to try this sometime for sure.

  40. Rosey

    What a yummy treat for the kids. I’m sure they would love to make and eat chocolate spoons. 🙂

  41. Tonya C

    How adorable are those! They would be a great addition to my dessert tables!

  42. Claudia Krusch

    I love these…what a great idea! How cool would it be to stir some warm milk or holiday drink with these!Love it!

  43. Alyssa C

    Love love love this idea! It would make a wonderful gift. I am going to try my hand at it this weekend. Thank you for sharing.

  44. Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen

    These chocolate spoons look great and are perfect for hot chocolate during christmas.

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