Edible Spoons May Just Be The Future Of Eating And They Look Delish
If a George Foreman grill and a waffle maker had a baby and that baby had a passion for soup, it'd surely look just like the Edible Spoon Maker. Use any kind of dough you want -- from Pillsbury biscuit to puff pastry -- to press a carb-alicious spoon in as little as three minutes.
Naturally, bread spoons and soup go hand in hand, but did you know? You can use bread spoons to eat cereal, yogurt, pudding, peanut butter, Nutella, ice cream, more Nutella... The list goes on and on.
While the Edible Spoon Maker isn't available for purchase just yet, rumor suggests it'll arrive faster if we hold our breath (JK, keep breathing).
Watch the video above to learn how to make your own edible spoons, accompanied by the relaxing sounds of an acoustic guitar.
When you're done with that, watch this hot model eating Nutella, because it's the next best thing.