How large of a pile of strawberry jam can I scoop up in an Edible Spoon made out of Grands Biscuit dough? I don't know, but I can't wait to find out once this groundbreaking Edible Spoon Maker hits the free market. The last thing I saw this cool was a lady on the Food Network sticking leftover mashed potatoes in a waffle iron!
The Edible Spoon Maker cooks several brands of store-bought dough into delicious utensils in about 3 minutes. In addition to Grands, you can also make and mow on spoons of Pillsbury biscuit dough, and Dufour and Pepperidge Farm puff pastry. Roll out your preferred dough and use the included cutter to stamp and cook 4 spoons at a time. The machine works a lot like a waffle maker--plug it in to turn it on, wait for the red light to turn green for preheating, and add your cut spoons. They'll steam during cooking, and should be checked for doneness once the steaming slows.
Here are some things you can eat with an Edible Spoon:
- Ramen. Yes, please.
- Cereal. Yes, please.
- BBQ baked beans. Yes, please.
- Chocolate pudding, chocolate mousse, chocolate syrup. Yes, please. (All together, if possible.)
- Yogurt. Uh...pass.
- Your spooooooooon. Weeeee!