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Yogurt container with built-in spoon

Integrated spoon-in-lid
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Losing your mom's spoons at recess? Forgetting to bring the spoon at all?

How many times have you had to "drink" your yogurt from the cup? Yogurt needs to come packaged with a built-in spoon, perhaps in the lid. The spoon would be moulded into the lid, and could be snapped out.

Enhanced versions might include a blister package, where the little spoon comes out of a bubble coverd by foil, like Excel gum.

Say goodbye to Yop, and say hello to built-in-spoon.

froeset, Apr 24 2002

Icelandic Yogurt Spoon http://www.souvenir...detail.cfm?start=29
The forefront of yogurt manipulation technology. [waugsqueke, Apr 25 2002]

Spoon Bayonet http://www.halfbake...dea/Spoon_20Bayonet
A idea spawned by this one. [Aristotle, Apr 25 2002]


       No squirt-tube? Although I guess since 'Gogurt' tube yogurt is baked, it can't be posted on the 1/2bakery.
RayfordSteele, Apr 24 2002

       I have a severe problem with "spoon losing" see {dino-spoon}. Now my children are at school (and stopped digging up the garden with them) I have the same problem. I have learned that if I don't pack one of my cherrished tea-spoons for them to eat their pudding, school will lend them one. I seem to be so absent minded these days. M & S do a range of pasta and puddings with spoons in the lid, but we can't afford their range. :o{
arora, Apr 24 2002

phoenix, Apr 24 2002

       Like Ravenswood said: baked. Colomba, or Colombo, or something: you punch out two spoon halves from the plastic lid, snap them together, and there you go... nifty, actually.
Urania, Apr 24 2002

       I bet your mom lost a lot of hankies that way, didn't she bliss?
globaltourniquet, Apr 24 2002

       a knife and a fork or spoon or whatever tied to a long piece of elastic that you thread through both sleeves of your dress, neatly dangling for whenever you want them. kids wouldn't pick on you with this attachment either.
po, Apr 25 2002

       Columbo is the brand of yogurt that has the spoon built into the lid. Good idea.. too bad the yogurt is crap.   

       There's a kids' yogurt out now that comes with edible spoons made of cookie stuff. The future is now.
waugsqueke, Apr 25 2002

       An army knife with spoon attachment around the belt and no kid will pick on your child.
bing, Apr 25 2002

       Why not give the kid a rifle with a spoon bayonette instead ...
Aristotle, Apr 25 2002

       Blechhh...Yogurt,cottage cheese, cream cheese, etc. : All disgusting bacteria brothels.
NeverDie, Apr 25 2002

       Yes, I'm with NeverDie on this one, we SHOULD be disgusted with food.
Down with food!
Down with food!
AfroAssault, Apr 26 2002

       Just think of all the time we'd save.
waugsqueke, Apr 26 2002

       Since you guys aren't going to be eating any more, could I borrow your spoon?
spartanica, Apr 26 2002


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