The iconic snack of your youth now tastes as good as it looks.
By Cali Rich | July 1, 2011
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I can’t wait to make this for my nephews!
Looks good, however, why are there no weights listed for the individual ingredients?
absolutely incredible…much better than the originals I remember from my childhood!
I just made these and they are delicious! The cake recipe alone is worth repeating
Delicious. I did pipe the filling into cupcake instead of cutting off top, works ok too.
Needed better instruction about cutting top cone portion….I think that mine are too much creme fill… It’s difficult to get the size of cut out correct
I’ve made it a couple of times now and the cupcakes are
delish. My family loves them.
Marshmallow creme minus the gelatin would have worked fine. My filling was too stiff & not as pleasant to eat as straight creme. Otherwise, cake & assembly was a breeze!
I can do without the espresso..I just don’t like it in everything I make.
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