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Topic: Childhood Recipe: "Jello Cream Cones"  (Read 606 times)
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« on: June 29, 2013 11:45:24 PM »

So, I don't have any real recipe for this and I honestly haven't made them in awhile, but when I was young, I made up a recipe for something called "Jello Cream Cones". They were born from my imagination, but fabulous at the exact same time. And, they're so easy, a 5 year old can make them ;P Funny part is, no Jello in them. I just liked the name.

Ok, so basically its a box of instant pudding (Any flavor... Chocolate's the best)
   Milk or whatever you need to make the pudding
   A tub of whipped topping
   Either sprinkles or cherries... or neither. Completely optional.
   And ice cream cones. Stay with me here... They're good.

So, just make the pudding according to the package instructions. Get out your ice cream cones and add a layer of pudding to the bottom, then a layer of whipped cream, another layer of pudding, then another layer of whipped cream. Super simple!! Top with a cherry or sprinkles or whatever your favorite ice cream topping is if you want. Stick them in the freezer (sometimes easier said than done) and leave them for about an hour or two. Then take them out and enjoy! Just like ice cream except it won't melt everywhere if you leave it in the sun! It'll just get warm and soften.

Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy my childhood's favorite dessert =)
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