Lindt R.S.V.P. program, Amy Sue sent us something very adorable to reveal to you all today. Remember the chocolate spoons we did not too long ago. Those were made by an Italian chocolatier who is credited with creating the idea of a chocolate coffee spoon; as we saw they can be used in other ways. These little spoons, Amy Sue sent us eight of them, are made in the Lindt Italian shops and the information on the back is in Italian. Luckily your Chocolate Priestess took enough Italian her year in Roma to be able to decipher most of this and I can see that it is basically a dark chocolate fondant. Let's see how it looks and how it works in hot chocolate.
Another chocolate option from Lindt R.S.V.P. that you can't find in stores but only from their consultants. If you have any questions, Amy Sue will be happy to answer them for you. I wasn't particularly thrilled that these were individually wrapped. While I understand this keeps them fresher and you can then just use them one at a time, I still don't see these as every treats but more of a delightful addition to a party. This added a bit to the white chocolate and tasted great on it's own so I think this is a good Sacrament for a added edible decoration at an event. I could seen even sticking it in a soft pudding, ice cream, or mousse as well, probably not a great utensil to eat with but if you try it, Sisters and Brothers, and it works, let us know.