Tuesday, October 18, 2011
|This photo is from 365 Days of Crockpot.|
Did I also mention that they're made with melted M&M's and taste sinfully delicious?
There's something inside?!
DISCLAIMER: The chocolate in these pictures is significantly thicker than it would be if you follow the directions correctly. I got my M&M's all nice and melted in the crockpot (like in the second picture) only to discover that I'd bought the super size sugar cones with uneven bottoms. The chocolate in all these pictures (except the 2nd one) sat overnight in the crockpot and was remelted in the microwave the next day.
DISCLAIMER #2: Melted M&M's are pretty doggone tasty and may cause slight choco-obsession in certain prone individuals.
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4 cups plain M&Ms, divided
1/3 cup milk
3 Tbs. butter
12 chocolate cookies (about 3-inches diameter)
12 sugar ice cream cones
Let them blend a little longer than I did in this picture...
Cool the chocolate mixture just until the kids will not burn themselves when they touch it. Frost cones leaving one inch at tip unfrosted. Holding frosted cone by tip, fill each with a few M&Ms (up to 2 tablespoons each).
Frost top of each cookie with 1-1/2 tablespoons chocolate mixture.
Center filled cone (pointed side down) on top of frosted cookie to form hat. Flip hat over and place each hat on baking sheet.
Repeat until all cookies and cones are used. Decorate hats with remaining M&Ms.
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