I have just purchased a third titanium Spork because my son always uses mine where possible - for his cereal, soup, whatever - and not just when we are camping or having a picnic. We bought him a colourful red plastic one (which he did ask for) and later bought ourselves the titanium version. All I can say is if you like the idea of a Spork, don't buy a plastic one. The titanium is in its own league and well worth the extra outlay. The plastic one hasn't broken or anything but it feels a lot flimsier and is bendier, so it just doesn't feel as good in the hand. Our son never uses his if he can borrow my titanium one.
We like to go for walks in cold weather and have hot and cold picnics but we all like different things. I think we have it sussed now. We have a Jetboil Classic Personal Cooking System
, various sachets of instant coffee, hot chocolate, tea, soup etc, some bread and cheese or whatever, our Sporks and the non-stick JetBoil spoon/spatula set plus a set of double-wall steel mugs (which I'd like to change to the titanium ones one of these days because the colour scrapes off the metal ones). It all fits in a small daypack. We boil up water in the JetBoil and then each have our own drink/soup and sandwich combo. The Sporks are ideal for this kind of meal - for spreading stuff on bread and eating soup. But don't store the titanium Sporks in the Jetboil or use them to stir the contents in case you scratch the inside of your precious JetBoil.