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Edible Bread Spoons

Have you ever experimented in your kitchen?  I am sure most of you have at one time or another.
After making my crispy cracker spoons, I thought why not try making  edible Bread Spoons.
These are easy....Just choose any bread, roll out the bread a little and use a cookie cutter and plop them into your chinese spoons.
I baked them in the oven for about 7 minutes or crispy.  I set the oven to 375°.
I made my own mold out of Christmas bell cookie cutter.  I just bent it to get the shape.




Use your rolling pin to flatten the bread a little. Use your cookie cutter mold and cut out.  I did 6 at a time on a baking sheet.

 The bread cut-out now sits in the chinese spoon.  Put them on your baking sheet and bake.


Feel free to get as creative as you want with different breads and toppings.
I made Bruschetta with Tomato & Basil.  It's a wonderful appetizer.
How about Breakfast?.......eggs, bacon and toast, all in 1 delicious spoon.





Easy and so very cute.  the kids will love them. I am linking up Yvonne over at Stonegable.com  for Tutorials, Tips and Tidbits.  Be sure to pop in, she is having a Giveaway.

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  Thank you for visiting.  I hope you enjoy.

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44 comments:

  1. I love this idea, Linda! Easy enough and looks so appealing. Thanks for sharing!

    xo
    Pat

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  2. Such a cute idea!You always have the best ideas.

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  3. Clever girl! I'm pinning this. ~ Maureen

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  4. Linda: What a great idea. Love the breakfast one..Happy Saturday..Judy

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  5. Yum, I could go for the breakfast bread spoon right now. It's the perfect bite!

    xo
    Quiet Luxury

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  6. Looks like a fun idea! I'll have the bruschetta please:@)

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  7. Cute idea! Food seems to raste better when it's served up in a fun way!

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  8. A neat idea and helps make eating a little more fun! Richard

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  9. This is an absolutely genius idea! I love to serve little bite hors d'oeuvres and these edible spoons are just so fun!!!
    Thanks for joining TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS and giving the linky party and giveaway a great shout-out!!! Hope to see you back this week!

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  10. What a fantastic idea! Edible spoons.. yes, please! I'll be making these! Thanks for a wonderful idea!

    CIAO!

    ANNA

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  11. Hi Linda.
    I could go for the breakfast bread spoon right now at your house. Looks like the perfect bite of me! You are so good at this you know. I hope you are having a wonderful week end with you Hubby..
    XXOO Diane

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  12. Hi Linda! Oh, you're absolutely the smartest one! I love this idea. You're so clever to even think of this! :) I'll take one, please.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  13. Awesome Linda! Love this idea. My kids are gonna eat this. I bet I can do it with a dollop of peanut butter and jelly.

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  14. This is a fantastic idea for a cocktail table.
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Teresa

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  15. My goodness, Linda, that is the cutest idea!!!

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  16. Wow! This looks so good Linda! Very creative. Thanks a lot for sharing this at Creative Monday. Have a good week.

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  17. What a fantastic idea! I would have never come up with that! Looks delish. Thank you for sharing at my Make it Pretty Monday at The Dedicated House. Hope to see you again next week. Wishing you a grand day. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  18. This is a great idea! I also went over to see your cracker and goat cheese recipe. thanks for sharing how you did both of these fun appetizer-ish goodies. I saw this post over at "The Dedicated House".

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  19. Well G'Day Lindy.. Thanks for visiting me in cold Tasmania (right now it is only 6 degrees Celsius..but at least the sun is shining)Love your blog and your fabulous ideas and your gorgeous home just blows me away...i will definitely return for more of your great ideas and hope to see you at my table again soon..Love Nettie XXXX

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  20. This is SO creative and clever! What a great idea. I will definitely try to do this in the near future. :-) Please feel free to come by and link this up with my "Try a New Recipe Tuesday." I'd love to have you join us. :-)

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  21. These are the cutest things I every saw. I love them and I am going to try them out.

    Cynthia

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  22. I am following you now too. via email.

    Cynthia

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  23. Linda, thanks for following me on Linky and I hope you'll follow me on FB,too. Thanks for visiting me and I've thoroughly enjoyed reading and viewing your terrific photos. Helen

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  24. Linda,
    What a great idea. I love the looks of it as a garnish for a stew or chili if the spoon was made with sourdough bread or something like that. Thanks for this.

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  25. What a great idea! They look delicious. megan

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  26. Popped over from 'Linda's Life Journal' blog. And I don't like to go poking around in someone's blog, without leaving a comment and saying Hi. ,-)

    You are such a cutie. You can't possibly have a Great Grand! And your blog is lovely....

    I so enjoyed the pictorial visit, through your home. What a marvelous place you have!!!

    Gentle hugs,
    "Auntie"

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  27. Hello Linda! This is a very clever recipe! I'm not the clever cook, that's for sure! I'm lucky to remember the scoop able chips!
    Best to you,
    Barbara

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  28. Such a great idea - please, rub off some of your creativity on to me :)

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  29. Oh wow, what a wonderful party idea! I'll have to save this one for future use! :)

    Thanks for the visit and taking time to leave a comment! Now following you! :)

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  30. How unique is this? What a fantastic idea for appetizers before dinner or party nibbles!! Thanks for the great tip. :)
    Oh yes, I'll be following you now!!

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  31. This is a fabulous idea, It would be so much fun at a party, I will haave to try it. I love your blog ,Very happy to be a follower.

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  32. Hi Linda! So happy you found my blog! I am really happy to follow yours back! I think this spoon idea is such a great idea. I will try it out. Thanks so much!
    Blessings,
    Susie

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  33. Linda, what a fun idea. I will be doing this for sure sometime. Sounds so yummy with Bruschetta.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  34. Hi Linda! What a super fun idea! I totally love it and can't wait to experiment! Another great post...thanks!

    Danielle xo

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  35. Linda, you are just so creative!! I love that you can eat the spoon. It's so perfect for the eggs and the bruschetta. Love it!!!!!

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  36. You are too clever! I think this is a wonderful idea!

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  37. FABULOUS LINDA!!! Thanks for this, it is so cool, I'm loving it! You are talented and creative. Thanks pretty Linda for sharing it with us.
    FABBY

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  38. This is a very creative post! I am very impressed with your edible spoons!! I want to follow your blog, I believe that I can learn something from you.

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  39. You are very clever to make the spoon from another mold and the results are well worth it. These are adorable. They are being featured on the Recipe Box. Hope you will visit your creations and me.

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  40. I have never seen anything like those bread spoons! Amazing! Love it. Can I pin these from your blog?

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  41. Hi I've just popped over from Debbie's Linky party! All I can say is ADORABLE! I love these! I'm now your newest Follower & Linky Follower too! I'm going to pin this on my Pinterest appetizers!

    Have a wonderful day!

    Mary

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