Sick and tired of washing the spoons? Well, consider eating them instead. That is precisely what the Edible Spoon Maker is made to let you do. The apparatus was developed by Brooklyn-based developer Anatoliy Omelchenko, who in the past introduced us items like the iBamboo iPhone dock. Owners begin with a dough (commercially made or homemade), utilize a bundled cookie cutter to trim that dough into 4 spoon-shaped bits, then put those portions in the Spoon Maker’s 4 non-stick spoon molds. Then shut the Spoon Maker’s cover, set it, and within 3 minutes, you can have a nicely-baked set of safe-to-eat spoons. The dishes are supposedly crisp/strong enough to make use of with meals like salads, soups, or sweets.