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Wacky Wizard Cups

Wacky Wizard Cups recipe
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These were adorable! I used regular cupcakes and then used colored frosting to cover the cones with. I also made them into princess hats by using pink frosting and then p...read more
posted by
annielynne
on 9/16/2007
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 55 min
servings
total:
2 doz. or 24 servings, 1 cupcake each
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posted:
4/1/2006
Comet cones can be found in most grocery stores near the ice cream toppings. They are sugar cones. I haven't made this recipe, but in looking at it I wonder how well the cool whip would work on the cones. I'm sure they would get pretty soggy. I think when I make them I will try dipping the cones in melted chocolate (white or regular, haven't decided) sprinkle with my decorations, and then let them stand on a cookie sheet in the fridge until they set. They sound delicious, but I don't know if I could eat a soggy cone. I think it would also be a great idea to hide some kind of little surprise under the cone. :)
posted:
3/24/2006
HI!! I THINK THIS IS A ORIGINAL AND GREAT IDEA!!.. I JUST WANT TO ASK YOU SOMETHING... I HOPE YOU CAN ANSWER ME : WHERE CAN I GET THE COMET CONES FOR MY RECIPE?? THANKS!!! :)
posted:
2/6/2006
These are very good cupcakes..I will make them again...
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