I admit, I am a pinterest junkie. Haven't heard of it? Well, I suggest you look it up and check it out. It has revolutionized the way I organize the recipes I find online AND it has opened up a whole new world of recipe sites for me to check out. I have "pinned" and tried several new recipes found from pinterest and I am excited to share them.
One of the first recipes I "pinned" on pinterest was Campfire Cones. Honestly, I think it only took me about 10 hours after I saw the recipe to break down and make them, which was easy since I had ALL the ingredients laying around. These are really fun to make because each person can personalize them, and even better, you don't need to only cook them in a campfire, you can also do them in the oven.
from Chef Jessica Bright
Each person needs:
1 ice cream cone (I prefer sugar cones)
1 piece of foil, big enough to wrap the cone
And an assortment of the fillings of your choice. They can include but are not limited to:
White chocolate morsels
Peanut Butter Chips
Allow each person to design their cone with the fillers of choice in
layers. Wrap securely with foil and place over heat near campfire or on
grill to allow the chocolates to melt. You can also bake in the oven at 400 for 10-12 minutes Unwrap and enjoy.