Celebrate National Hot Fudge Sundae Day with this twist on the treat

Celebrate National Hot Fudge Sundae Day with this twist on the treat



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National Hot Fudge Sundae Day is today, so to celebrate I found this recipe on Pinterest as a twist on the classic treat.

You will need: One box of dark chocolate brownie mix, along with ingredients listed on box, one package of ice cream cones, two jars of hot fudge (you will have some left over), one bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips, one cup of butter softened, three cups of powdered sugar, one teaspoon of vanilla extract and rainbow sprinkles.

To make: Make brownie mix according to box instructions. Line a muffin tin with cups, pour two tablespoons of the brownie batter into each cup. Bake at 350 degrees for 24 minutes. While brownies are baking, cut the tops from the ice cream cones, saving the bottom half pieces.

Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Dip the tops of the bottom cone pieces in the melted chocolate and immediately cover with sprinkles. Place on lined cookie sheet in freezer to set. 

When the brownies are done, remove ice cream cone bottoms from freezer, place a small amount of melted chocolate on the bottom and place cones on top of brownies. 

Microwave fudge according to package instructions. Fill each cone ¾ with fudge.

In separate bowl, combine butter, three tablespoons of hot fudge and vanilla, combining well.

Add three cups of powdered sugar, more if consistency is too liquid, and combine well. Pour frosting into plastic bag and cut the tip of one corner. Pipe frosting on top of fudge in cones.

Enjoy! These can be messy, but they are delicious and fun to eat.

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