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“Candy Cones” with Wilbur Chocolate
Wilbur Chocolate Confectionery Coating
(your choice of milk, dark or white)
Joy Color Ice Cream Cups
Your choice of multi-colored sprinkles or nonpareils Marshmallows
Wilbur Buds, Miscellaneous small candies.
Make as many as you’d like! To begin, place the confectionery coating wafers in a plastic bowl and place in the microwave for 30 seconds on the “defrost” setting. Remove and stir. Put back in the microwave on the “defrost” setting for 30 seconds, remove and stir. Continue this sequence until the wafers are just to the melted point. Pour the melted wafers into a flat-bottomed bowl.Take one Joy Color Ice Cream Cup (cone) and dip the rim in the melted Wilbur Chocolate Confectionery Coating. Next, immediately take the cone and dip the chocolate-covered rim into your choice of multi-colored
sprinkles or nonpareils. Once this area is sets up, place a marshmallow in the bottom of the cup, then fill with Wilbur Buds, cereal, pretzels, M&Ms-whatever you prefer! Cover with a cellophane bag, add a colorful ribbon and you’re ready to make some money! Click Here For A Printable Recipe
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