Thursday, January 23, 2014

Grub It Up: Hot Chocolate Spoons


We are SO excited to be coming out of this week's snowstorm. The first day was fun for about 5 minutes --  until mom told us we'd be spending the day continuing our clothing and toy purge we started on our MLK holiday. Whaaaaat!? At least we had plenty of these yummy hot chocolate spoons leftover from last weekend's brunch to get us through. They were super easy to make and went over big with our buds at the party. All you have to do is add the spoon to warm milk, stir in the chocolate, and drink up!

Here's how we made ours. You'll need:

- silicone ice cube molds
- 1 bag dark chocolate chips
- 1 bag milk chocolate chips
- 1 bag white chocolate chips
- sprinkles
- mini marshmallows
- mini wooden spoons

Melt each chocolate slowly in a saucepan -- you need to stir it constantly so that it doesn't burn. Spoon chocolate in desired pattern into each ice cube mold about 3/4 of the way. Place spoon in and hold it for a few seconds while the chocolate sets around it. Add any sprinkles or mini marshmallows you want. Let the cubes set for about 10-15 minutes on the counter and then move carefully to refrigerator for about 30-45 minutes.

Ours came out of the molds pretty easily and we even wrapped some extras up in plastic lollipop bags for our friends to take home as goodies.





2 comments:

Cath said...

I saw these on your AFL instagram! So sweet.

Kane and Cameron said...

Thanks, Cath. Make 'em!