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Witches Hats

© M. Bumgarner

Supplies

Sugar cones with pointed tips
Melting chocolate
Sprinkles or small candies
Wax paper

Instructions

Let the kids get messy!

Melt the chocolate according to the package directions.

Take a spoon and scoop the melted chocolate onto a sheet of wax paper, then spread it out a bit wider than the cone to make the rim of the hat, making sure to only do one hat at a time so that the chocolate will stick to the cones.

Roll the cones in the chocolate or pour the chocolate over the cones.

Put sprinkles or small candies in a shallow flat dish, then roll covered the cones in them.

Place the cone on top of the rim and let the chocolate harden.

Repeat until everyone has a sugar rush!

Final Product

These images are from the Halloween feast scene of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

Witches Hats

Halloween Feast

Source

M. Bumgarner's recipe was posted with permission.

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