Use leftover candy to make a Thanksgiving cornucopia

FIX THIS - Are you having a hard time controlling yourself around the Halloween candy this year? A Thanksgiving candy cornucopia is a way to share the wealth with others  and give yourself a break from the sugar.

What you need:

  • Candy
  • Sugar cones
  • Water
  • Plastic wrap
  • Ribbon 

Directions:

To start, gather up your uneaten Halloween candy and candy corn. They will act as the stuffing.

Then take a waffle sugar cone and soak it in warm water for about 30 seconds. Then place it in the microwave for 30 more seconds.

The end of the cone should be able to bend and move into place. If it does not - repeat the process.

Once the cone has a cornucopia shape stuff it carefully with candy.

Then take a square of plastic wrap and seal the open end. Use a decorative ribbon to tie it in place.

You can give these treats away or maybe eat one at a time, it's all about portion control.

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