judging by the websites of various suppliers in Norway on the web, the word in Norwegian is "spork"
And there was me hoping for "gaskje" or "skjaffel"
Skje (spoon, noun) is from Skeið, a wooden stick. It gave English the word 'ski', cognate to our own (obsolete) word 'shide'. Remember that next time you're eating a Skýr yoghurt with a spoon that you're eating it with a ski.
Skje (verb) seems to be unrelated as far as I can see. It was borrowed from Low German but means to spring up or jump (and therefore 'to happen' or 'to occur'). The common Germanic root 'skehaną' has some sister verbs which give English 'shake', 'shag', 'shock' and 'shog' which later became 'jog' for some weird reason.