White Chocolate Valentine’s Day Spoonfuls of Love

Plastic spoons are filled to the brim with white chocolate and sweet candies forValentine’s Day – perfect for eating or stirring in hot chocolate!

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We are having too much with Valentine’s Day this year!  Yesterday Reece came home with his class list for Valentine’s Day and said we needed to get started on them.  I knew just what to do!  I have to say, Reece looked a little skeptical as I laid out the plastic spoons but once I had prepared a plate of candy…he was totally on board!  He naturally had to sample everything to make sure it was “all good” and then the fun began.


We’re calling these “Spoonfuls of Love” because what else could you call a spoon filled to the brim with white chocolate and sprinkled with all sorts of delicious candy?  These sweet treats will be perfect to hand out on Valentine’s Day –  the kids can eat the candy right off the spoon or use it as a hot chocolate stirrer at home.

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To make sure you get the candies set up in the chocolate, you’re going to want to do this in batches.  Reece is pretty proficient at sprinkling candy {lots of practice!} so I did just two batches of 12.  We ended up with 24 spoons total.

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Set up desired number of spoons so that the bowl of the spoon is level.


Melt 1/2 of a 12 oz bag of white chocolate chips and transfer to a bag. Cut a corner off the bag. Pipe the chocolate into the spoon – don’t fill it all the way! Once you sprinkle candies on the chocolate it will fill the spoon even more.  Tap the spoon to level the chocolate and sprinkle whatever candies you have onto the spoons.  We used M&Ms, conversation hearts, and all kind of pretty sprinkles to jazz ’em up!

White-Chocolate-Valentine's-Day Spoons-coming-together

Reece had so much fun decorating – he took it very seriously.


Reece was very generous in his sprinkling and they turned out great!


We packaged up the spoons in small bags and tied them with a ribbon.  We used a punch to cut out tags and a small heart punch to cut out a heart from the tag.  We used glue dots to adhere the small heart to the center of the bow.

Valentine's Spoons

Reece wrote the names of all the kids using metallic Sharpie pens.  All twenty names :)


I think they turned out so pretty!


What would you put on your spoons of love?  Looking for more fun Valentine’s Day ideas?  Here’s some of my favorites:

Bring on the Bling Valentine Ring

Bring on the Bling Valentine Ring

Strawberry Cookie Recipe

Strawberry and White Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies

Valentine's Day Popcorn Balls

Valentine’s Day Popcorn Balls

Valentine's Day Bracelets

Valentine’s Day Bracelets

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  1. This is SUCH a great idea Trish!! LOVE.

  2. Love these Trish, Great valentines idea. Pinned

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  3. I love this idea! Something the kids can get totally involved in. Thanks for sharing and have an awesome weekend Trish!

  4. Sweet – such a good helper you have!

  5. These are so much fun!!

  6. Love the idea, Trish! My kids will have so much fun with this project. Thanks for sharing.

  7. my daughter did something like this for her wedding what a sweet treat
    come see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

  8. everything looks so pretty it had to pinned!!

  9. Love these! So easy and cute. Great for kids Valentine’s Parties.

  10. These are so fun! Thanks for sharing at Two Cup Tuesday at Pint Sized Baker . I hope to see you again there tomorrow night!

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