Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons

 

Chocolate and Himalayan Pink Salt Dipping Spoons from At The Picket Fence

Chocolate and Salt.  Sweet and Salty. Opposite yet somehow so good together.   Isn’t that how it seems to work? Two people who are so opposite can somehow manage to combine to make one great pair!

I will be the first to admit that me and my sweetheart are often as different as night and day, yet after 20 years of marriage we are still a great team.  I’m a little sweet…he’s a little salty…grin!… but together…. well we’re perfect!

Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons and Mug from At The Picket Fence

These Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons combine two ingredients into one spoonful of yum! They make the perfect treat for Valentine’s Day and are so easy to make.  Just a few simple ingredients and a few minutes of your time and you have a sweet treat that anyone would love! 

Ingredients for Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons from At The Picket Fence

Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons from At The Picket Fence

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 6 Spoons

1 Spoon

Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons from At The Picket Fence

A perfect treat for Valentine's Day gift giving. Stir a little love into someone's coffee or hot chocolate with these Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons.

Ingredients

  • Vintage, Dollar Store or Goodwill Spoons (plastic can also be used)
  • Baking Pan with rim
  • Parchment Paper
  • 1/2 of a bag of 8 ounce Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
  • Himalayan Pink Salt
  • 1 bar White Chocolate
  • Small Plastic Bags and Twine for gift giving

Instructions

  • Layer Baking Pan with parchment paper
  • Lean spoon handles along edge of pan so they are level
  • Melt chocolate chips in microwave for 1 1/2 minutes at 50% power, stir. Continue to microwave at 30 second increments until chips are fully melted
  • Carefully spoon melted chocolate into bowl of each spoon and gently smooth out chocolate
  • Sprinkle each spoon with a few pieces of pink salt
  • Break apart white chocolate bar and melt white chocolate following instructions above
  • Using a small spoon, drizzle white chocolate across bowls of spoons using a quick zig-zag motion
  • Allow spoons to harden completely
  • Package top of spoon with small plastic bags and tie bottom for gift giving
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Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons Tutorial from At The Picket Fence

Stir a little love into someone’s coffee or hot chocolate and show them how much you care! Package them up with a fun mug for a perfect Valentine’s Day gift!

Chocolate and Himalayan Pink Salt Dipping Spoons from At The Picket Fence

In fact, stay tuned, because Wednesday I’ll show you how to make this darling and super easy Valentine’s Day Mug to go with the Chocolate Dipping Spoons!

Chocolate and Pink Salt Dipping Spoons and Mug from At The Picket Fence

and later this week, I’ll be showing you how to make Decadent Valentine’s Day Chocolate Bark. Chocolate and Valentine’s Day…a match made in Heaven!

See you soon…At The Picket Fence!

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Comments

  1. I notice you didn’t suggest that they were also spoon pops! Forget the coffee…I’ll lick those things dry! Yummy!

  2. Sweet & Salty…two of my favorite things! They look so good!

  3. I just am in love with the pictures. Such Springy colors!!

  4. So cute! These would make such a fun gift! Love this idea. And I think you’re both pretty sweet. ;)
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  5. Thanks for sharing this treat! It’s so cute, clever and looks yummy!
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  6. I made similar spoons for Christmas, and they were a huge hit with all of my friends (and especially their kids) – there were about six flavors, some of them more for the grown-ups (espresso, black pepper…) and some more for the kids (white chocolate, marshmallows…)! I have to admit, though, that with your silver spoons it is a whole lot classier =) Love the idea of the pink salt, the taste is going to be really interesting!
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  7. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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  8. Yum and too pretty to eat.
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  9. Love these done with the silver spoons and the sophisticated flavors- fun valentines day idea

  10. LOVE this idea! I need some of these for my coffee! And your photography…..off the charts!

    blessings,
    karianne
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  11. Michael Reddin says:

    So very, very pretty! Wish we could share them.

    XX00
    Mom

  12. Yummy! They looks so delicious and the photos are amazing! Have a happy week :-)
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  13. They look delighfully sinful, Heather! I love that you used your silver spoons, too. And, your pics are amazing!!
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  14. I want one or all right now! This looks so good!
    Debbie
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  15. This post made me run to grab a chocolate :)
    I always love being here at The Picket Fence.
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  16. Those look so yummy!!
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  17. Those looks both pretty and yummy. You have the best Valentine’s Day ideas.

  18. Oh…I need these. I could just have one a day for breakfast with nothing else. The look devine!

  19. Very cute! I have seen those spoons at various stores and wanted to make some. You could even use the sugar free chips to make it just a little skinnier. (And I love how you equated it to your sweet and salty marriage. So cute.

  20. Such a VERY cute idea!!! Thanks for sharing it with us. Is pink salt hard to find? I would love to try this idea before Valentine’s Day. The instructions for the mug are great too…so adaptable for so many occasions/holidays.
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  21. Delicious looking recipe and fantastic photos!

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