The traditional holiday horn of plenty, overflowing with autumn vegetables and fruits, goes kid-friendly with candy. Any unhappiness at being seated at the “kiddie table” will fade if there’s one of these in front of each place setting! Put out tubes of decorating gel and let each child decorate his or her own cornucopia.
The instructions below make one horn of plenty.


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    1 sugar cone Decorating gel
    About 1/3 cup candy, such as wrapped caramels and Mellowcreme Pumpkins


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      Fill each cone first and then lay them on a little plate, such as a bread plate. (The weight of the candy keeps the cone from rolling around.)

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      Let children pipe on dots and swags to decorate the cones. They can even pipe their own names either on the cone or on the plate in front of the cone.

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