Skip to main content

How to Make Chocolate Spoons

Later this week I will be sharing my Gluten free triple chocolate cupcake recipe which I decorated with chocolate spoons, that can also be used to eat the chocolate mousse frosting! So today I wanted to share how to make the chocolate spoons using the Tala Six Spoon Shape Silicone Chocolate Mould I showed you yesterday.

Cooking tips
1. Do not over fill your moulds. This will result in a rim around the edge of your chocolate.
2. Real chocolate often has a lower melting point.
3. Wooden spoons can retain moisture, instead use a rubber/plastic spatula for best results.
4. Chocolate can become very weak if it sets too quickly.
5. Gently tap the bottom of the moulds before leaving them to set to remove air bubbles.
6. Store in an airtight container or jar to retain a fresh chocolatey taste.

Gluten Free

6 Decorations

Method

Chocolate Spoons

  1. Start by ensuring your mould is clean and dry

  2. Break or chop your favourite chocolate into small pieces. This will help it to melt smoothly.

  3. Place the chocolate in a heatproof bowl, set over simmering water until melted. Chocolate can also be melted in a microwave; cook on a medium heat for maximum of 1 minute in a suitable container. Cook for a few seconds longer of not melted evenly.

  4. Fill your moulds with the melted chocolate using two teaspoons. Gently tap the bottom of the moulds before leaving them to set to remove air bubbles.

  5. Once set, carefully peel the silicone mould away from the chocolate spoons.

Ingredients

Chocolate Spoons

See more...

Chocolate spoons
chopping chocolate

Ingredients...

Buy Torie Jaynes Stylish Home Sewing on Amazon
Torie Jayne on Spoonflower

On Pinterest...

Latest recipe...

Sequin Christmas Cake 3
Gold Sequin Gluten Free Christmas Cake Recipe

Hello lovelies! I have been crazy busy of late working on a brand new project I can't wait to...

Latest notebook...

Micro eggs
Micro Chocolate Eggs

I love these tiny Micro chocolate eggs from Tesco and usually buy at least one bag a year to use...