Mini Cones of Joy

Today I would like to introduce something into your life to which you will not regret saying “hello, nice to meet you”.

This treat is delicious,  simple, and adorable.  

I do not know if there is an official name.  I brought them to a party, and the hostess forced everyone to try one (this was not difficult) and to suggest names for this tasty treat.  After some collaborative effort from guests, the name Mini Cones of Joy was coined.  If this is too fancy a name for you, you could probably also call them Bugle Treats.

They are pretty simple to make.

Step One:

Find a  friend to teach to you all her wisdom related to bugles and chocolate (if you are lucky she may have all sorts of other wisdom to share with you as well, but not everyone can be as lucky as me).

A fun friend to bake with is essential to your success.

Step Two:

Melt 1 bag of milk chocolate chips and 1/2 bag of butterscotch chips.  Mix them together.

Step Three:

Dip the open end of the bugle into the melted mixture of goodness.

Step Four:

Place an M&M in the above mentioned chocolate goodness that is now on/in the tip of the bugle.

Step Five:

Place the finished product on some wax paper to cool.  

Step Six:

Take note these are highly addictive.

Step Seven:

Now that you have been properly cautioned, you may eat them.

Step Eight:

Walk away.  You might think eating all of them is a good idea.  Your stomach might say yes.  Your taste buds might say yes.  But your heart will be sad tomorrow if there are none left.

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2 thoughts on “Mini Cones of Joy

  1. This is a really cute post! I would love to try these one day soon. I LOVE Pringles dipped in chocolate so I bet Bugles would be just as delicious! Thanks for the great idea.

  2. I feel like Bugles are by far the most under-appreciated of the snack foods, so I definitely appreciate this improvement :) Salty + Chocolate is always a winning combination.

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