Snowflake Party Spoons

These Snowflake Party Spoons are a fun way to serve snack-time sweets and are perfect for swizzling into warm winter drinks like hot chocolate!

These Snowflake Party Spoons are a fun way to serve snack-time sweets and are perfect for swizzling into warm winter drinks like hot chocolate!

I have a confession to make: I’m an addict.  A sprinkle addict, that is.

I own a million and one different kinds of sprinkles.  No joke.  I have, at last count, three different baskets full of different colors, shapes, and sizes of sprinkles.

And every time I hit my local cake decorating store and/or Michael’s – especially during the holiday season – I come home with half a dozen new shakers of sprinkles.


These Snowflake Party Spoons are a fun way to serve snack-time sweets and are perfect for swizzling into warm winter drinks like hot chocolate!

So when the team at QuirkBooks asked me if I wanted to review Jackie Alpers new book Sprinkles, it was an offer I couldn’t refuse.  I mean, this book is basically justification for all of those sprinkles that I own and love, and grounds for purchasing more.

This book is a sprinkle-lovers dream.  It’s filled with all sorts of stunning ideas on how to incorporate color and fun into every day things – from the simple to extravagant.

Since I live with a 6-year old, we’re on the simple side of the spectrum.  Doodle loved dipping these spoons in melted chocolate and sprinkling on blue and white snowflakes for an elegant winter look.  These were perfect for mixing up our hot chocolate, although we might have tried out a few just straight off the spoon. 😉

These Snowflake Party Spoons are a fun way to serve snack-time sweets and are perfect for swizzling into warm winter drinks like hot chocolate!

Want to win your own copy of Sprinkles?  Scroll down for the details, below!

Snowflake Party Spoons
  • 1 pound of your favorite chocolate
  • 1 cup sprinkles - get creative and have fun!
  1. Line several baking sheets with parchment paper or Silpat. Arrange about 30 spoons on the sheets in even rows.
  2. Melt chocolate in a microwave safe bowl for 60 seconds, stirring halfway through. Microwave at additional 15 second intervals, if necessary, stirring well to smooth out all lumps. Chocolate will burn easily, so don't overcook!
  3. Drop small spoonfuls of chocolate into each spoon, smoothing and spreading to fill the bowls of the spoons.
  4. Gently place toppings on top of chocolate. Let set for 1 hour. Store in an airtight container in a cool spot for up to 2 weeks.


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  1. Such a cute idea!!! I love sprinkles too and have a few too many jars :-)
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  2. These are so cute! I love the snowflake sprinkles and they could easily be changed for endless possibilities.

  3. Heather King says:

    I love any red and green Christmas sprinkles.

  4. How do you temper choc. I have never heard of that. Thank you in advance. Sandra

  5. call me old school but I love the multi colored jimmies on anything!

  6. I love, love, LOVE sprinkles! I don’t think I have a favorite but I really like the pastel ones for Easter, the ones shaped like bunnies and eggs. :)

  7. any kind of seasonal shapes!

  8. I wish I’d had a chance to make that for my late daughter. It screams her name out – I know she would squeal with glee. Only…I’d had to have made the layers shades of purple for the girl who would have painted the world purple if she could have.

    Given that her birthday is in 28 days, well….if is the word in the middle of life, isn’t it?

  9. Cindy Clogston says:

    I have a weakness for Valentine’s Day sprinkles. I have some pink and red lip shaped ones I absolutely love.

  10. Susan Johnson says:

    These look really good and are really pretty.

  11. My daughter will LOVE these…she is a HUGE sprinkle junkie…even at 21!

  12. Virginia Rapavi says:

    christmas shaped sprinkles

  13. Can totally relate to your passion for sprinkles – I’m absolutely the same! My fondness is for the halloweenie ones – love the little ghosts, tombstones and pumkins that add such zazz for my baked goods for the holiday!

  14. These are so stinkin’ cute!!! Love :)
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  15. I used to love the fall leave sprinkles, but I’m thinking these snowflake sprinkles might be my new favorite!

  16. Tamra Phelps says:

    I like the little round silver balls most of all!

  17. i love rainbow sprinkles!!!! also gold sprinkles but honestly any color is fun :)

  18. Linda Hoover says:

    I love the Christmas tree, gingerbread men & snowflake sprinkles best!

  19. I love holiday themed sprinkles!

  20. I love those snowflake sprinkles. I’ve not seen those before. Sprinkles are so fun!

  21. These are so cute!! They would be perfect for a baby shower :)
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  22. These are adorable! Love the idea. Perfect for any special ocassion. :)

  23. These are so gorgeous I can’t believe it!

  24. Too cute love the ideas

  25. I’m excited to join this site and see all the recipes posted on here

  26. Green

  27. Jennifer Lucero says:

    There can never, ever be too many sprinkles! :)

  28. The rainbow colored sugar teeny tiny balls

  29. I love the tiny ball sprinkles! They have always been my favorite. They add the best texture, and they do not get soggy. :)

  30. Martha Navarro says:

    All sprinkles are awesone!!! I love baking and sprinkles make everything so pretty. I even sprinkle them on pancakes!!

  31. DAWN RENEE' says:

    I am a traditionalist on this one, the original tiny ones are my favorite, there is something about crunching on tiny bee bee balls I and the color, can’t help but smile :)

  32. I always enjoy the multicolored jimmies (I think that’s what they are called).

  33. i love traditional shaped sprinkles, yellow & white!

  34. Such a cute idea! Great for gift giving. Love it!

  35. Love sprinkles

  36. Pink hearts are the best sprinkles

  37. I love using sprinkles in my baking and my kiddos LOVE them even more!

  38. Really neat way to give the kids a treat with no mess.

  39. Stephenie V. says:

    I love all holiday shaped sprinkles!

  40. I LOVE rainbow jimmies!
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  41. Love all types of Jimmy’s that’s what I called them when I was little and I would bake with my great aunt!

  42. My daughter loves sprinkles, this would be a great gift for her.

  43. I love baking, and sprinkles are one of my favorite things to use. I also love to collect cookbooks, particularly baking and dessert ones!

  44. Carmen Keith says:

    Sprinkles make the world a happier place!

  45. I love all sprinkles!

  46. I love all sprinkles. In my area we call them Jimmies.

  47. This is such a cute idea!

  48. All sprinkles but I love easter eggs pastels the most

  49. So cute!

  50. I love sprinkles but my all time favorite are confetti sprinkles in a rainbow of colors. They just make everything fun.

  51. I love sprinkles. I even put them on my lemon icebox pie

  52. I love the little pearl ones – they can instantly add elegance or fun to pretty much anything! :)

  53. I love all sprinkles-especially holiday themed.


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