Chocolate Covered Spoons / Marshmallow Sticks – Homemade Christmas Idea

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Chocolate Covered Spoons are a great homemade Christmas present idea! What could be simpler but elegant and fun.

Chocolate Covered Spoons - Homemade Christmas Gifts

Holiday chocolate covered spoons are so super simple to make!

All you need is:

  • plastic spoons

  • chocolate chips or chocolate melting wafers

  • decorations

That’s it!


Here’s how you make chocolate covered spoons:

  1. Lay out waxed paper on the counter.

  2. Melt the chocolate in the microwave.

  3. Then stir the spoon into the chocolate chips.

  4. Lay on the waxed paper and decorate.

You could sprinkle any of the following on the chocolate covered spoons to make them more festive:

  • crushed peppermint

  • sprinkles

  • mini white chocolate chips, or white chocolate shavings

  • marshmallows

  • small candies

  • red hots

  • coconut


Chocolate Dipped Spoons - Homemade Christmas Presents

I just love the way made a little snowman out hers. Isn’t that cute?


Chocolate Covered Spoons

These chocolate spoons from deliciousdeliciousdelicious with the colored spoons make a great party favor for any occasion! Just think– You could do your favorite team’s color and have them for tailgate parties or for the Super Bowl!


Chocolate Covered Spoons Gift

Of course these chocolate covered gift spoons from are just super elegant! If you want to wrap them, you could use florists bags or candy bags from the hobby store.



Chocolate Marshmallow Sticks

You can also do this same thing with marshmallows. Press a marshmallow on to short straws or lollipop sticks then dip in the any of the above and stir hot chocolate with them.


  1. Chris says

    I love this idea; it’s a special little “something” to let someone know you’re thinking of them ~ thanks for the suggestion!

  2. Donna Mae Fisher says

    Ive made these before for my hubby and used them myself in hot tea (white choc for me)
    I was wondering if other people really use these ? I am NOT a coffee drinker so I have no idea

    • says

      I don’t know about coffee drinkers using them but they are fun to put with a mug, some hot chocolate mix and marshmallows or to use when you serve hot chocolate at a Christmas party or through out the holidays for special occasions. I think they would be great to tuck in with a giant mug, hot chocolate, marshmallow and a bag of a teens favorite cookies for a gift. Teen boys are sometimes hard to buy for so this gift would perfect for them. Anything to eat they love. Big boys would like them too.

      • Grandma says

        chocolate an coffee go great.
        actually hot chocolate laced with 1/4 cup of coffee got my son through his long shifts at McDonalds where he worked to help with university.
        He hates coffee but needed the cafiene to keep him awake during midnight and early morning shifts.
        just make sure the recipient isn’t diabetic. they know they shouldn’t but putting that temptation in front of them at the season of overindulgence is just downright cruel.

    • says

      Another thing too if you have melted chocolate for dipping your spoons you can take some cookies (store bought or homemade) and holding them in the middle dip one end of the cookie in chocolate and then the other end leaving the center free of chocolate. Of course you can then dip in the same things (sprinkles etc) you are dipping the spoons in and add them to your gift basket or on a platter next to your drinks.

  3. Chris says

    I’m going to be looking thru LoaD website for other holiday gift ideas. I was so impressed with this one! Is there a special section for me to browse thru?

  4. Grandma says

    here is a snack mix for gifting or eating all by yourself.
    Curried Corn Snacks.

    1/4 cup butter or margarine
    1/2 to 1 tsp curry powder
    1/4 tsp onion salt
    1/8 tsp ground ginger. the dry stuff not fresh
    2 cups bite size shredded corn squares
    2 cups puffed corn cereal.
    In a large skillet melt butter. Blend in
    curry powder onion salt and ginger
    Add corn squares and puffed cereal, toss
    to coat.
    Heat and stir 15 min. over low heat.
    Cool; package in 1 cup portions.
    makes 4 cups.

    I think you could mix and match the cereal and make your own specialty.

  5. Grandma says

    here is a gift basket idea.
    for the basket use a salad bowl. Pick them up used as the new are outrageous prices.
    Buttermilk Dressing mix.
    1 cup dry buttermilk powder or nonfat dry milk powder.
    1/4 cup sugar
    4 tsp. dried basil crushed.
    4 tsp minced dried onion
    2 tsp dry mustard
    1 tsp garlic powder
    1 tsp salt.
    combine all ingredients and mix.
    store in air tight container makes about 1 cup mix.
    gift card instructions.
    combine 1/4 cup of dressing mix with 1/2 cup water.
    blend into 3/4 cup mayo or salad dressing.
    shake well before serving.
    makes about 1 1/2 cups dressing.

    add this to the serving bowl basket.

    Caesar seasoned croutons.
    10 slices firm textured white bread.
    14 cup olive or cookng oil
    14 cup grated parmesan cheese.
    12 tsp garlic salt.
    Brush both side of bread with oil.
    sprinkle with parmesan cheese and garlic salt.
    cut into 12 inch cubes.
    place in 15X10X1″ baking pan.
    Bake at 300 oven for 30 min. stirring once.
    cool store in airtight containers.
    makes 4 cups.
    you could pick up one the salad greens bags and salad tongs and have a very nice gift basket and it wouldn’t be expensive but it would be appreciated.


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