These chocolate-covered spoons are great fun! Serve them with a chocolate dessert or ice cream. You can also stir them into hot chocolate or coffee drinks. The amount in this recipe coats 20 to 24 plastic spoons.
I made these for Christmas gifts a few days in advance. On Christmas Eve I noticed that they no longer were smooth, but rough and spotty looking. I made up a quick new batch with a tad of shortening and they still look beautiful. - 03 Jan 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
These are really great! The're fast, easy, inexpensive, and look impressive, too! They sell for $1.79 each at our specialty store. I made them for less than 20 cents. I did drizzle mine with white chocolate. I also used small candy bags to put them in and attached them to the handle of a coffee mug that had the cappuccino mix from the site in it. Add a bow and it makes a nice gift! - 14 Dec 2001 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Works perfectly. I wrapped mine in a square of cello wrap and tied with a bit of ribbon. Note that if you put them in the fridge right away you may get a sugar bloom (as I did). You may want to let the chocolate cool to room temperature before putting in the fridge - this should avoid the problem. - 05 Dec 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)