Spoon sweets are a traditional offering in Greek homes. Each family would naturally preserve their home-grown fruit and serve it to guests on a spoon with a tall glass of water. Spoon sweets are also great as toppings over Greek yoghurt, ice cream or cheesecake to name a few ideas.
A traditional Greek taffy treat customarily eaten off a spoon and submerged in a glass of water to form a soft lollipop.
A traditional Greek taffy sweet, customarily eaten by the spoonful. This sweet is combined with the delicate taste of rose petal preserve.
Dip into the smaller version of the popular mastiha taffy sweet!! Traditionally called a “submarine”, when dipped into an ice cold glass of water, this sweet hardens and forms into a soft lollipop. Great for parties, family get-togethers, or a quick “sweet” fix!!
In Chios, seasonal fruits were preserved in syrup and enjoyed all year round. Known as "spoon sweets", they are still being served with a teaspoon on a small plate, accompanied by a glass of water. This preserve can also be used as a topping on cakes, yogurt, and ice cream.
Fruit preserves have been a long standing tradition in Greece. High quality fresh fruits are gently boiled and then preserved in sugar, which allows them to retain the color, aroma, and taste of the fruit. They are commonly known as "spoon sweets" due to the traditional way of serving the sweets on a teaspoon accompanied by cold water. Nowadays they are used as healthy spreads, in baked goods, and to top ice cream, cakes, and yogurt.
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