- ...travels well?
- ...has the possibility of offering 12 seconds of entertainment to a kid's lunch bag?
- ...is appreciated at any potluck?
As the kids play with this yummylishous goodie, adults can snack away without anyone knowing how many they've consumed (especially since calories don't count while standing around).
Step 1: Just a Few Items Required...
- Leftover frosted cake, or if you prefer...make a cake and frost it
- Mini ice cream cups
- Candy Melts
- M&Ms (optional)
Step 2: Mix It Up...
Place the frosted cake in a bowl and using your (clean!) hands, combine the frosting and cake until you can form a smooth dough ball.
Step 3: Stuff It...
Pinch a piece of the dough and place it in the mini cone.
Using the palm of your hands, roll another piece of dough into a ball and secure it on top of the cone.
Chill approximately 1/2 hour, or until the top dough ball is firmly set on the stuffed cone when turned on it's side.
Step 4: Dip It...
Following manufacturer's directions, heat the candy melts until smooth.
Dip the chilled cones into heated candy melts and add candy sprinkles. (I like to place a M&M on top)
Let cool and enjoy!
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