The kids table…

Most kids want to sit at the adult table at holidays…I do not. Not that I love the card table and folding chairs but often the conversation is far more fun at the kids table. No offense to the adults, but your conversation usually isn’t interesting until the wine kicks in. :P

I saw over on Cookies and Cups adorable little Thanksgiving baggies filled with Bugles and Runts to make Bugle Cornucopias trail mix of sorts and thought it was the cutest thing ever. Too cute not to make and share.If you want to go the baggie route, she has some cute little printable tags to go with it so head on over there.

I on the other hand thought it would be fun to make Cornucopias using sugar cones and fill them with the mix. They would be a great addition to the kids table at your dinner on Thursday…or even for the adults for that matter. :)

Bugle Cornucopia Mix in Sugar Cone Cornucopias

Sugar Cones
1 cup Chocolate chips
Chocolate sprinkles
Runts candies
Bugles Original Flavor

To make the cones:

Place sprinkles into a shallow dish, or I used a soufflé cup.

Melt chocolate in microwave in a microwave safe dish, 30 seconds at a time, until melted.

Roll the top of the cones into the chocolate and dip into sprinkles.

Put in freezer for a few minutes to set.

Remove and fill with some Runts and Bugles. Put left over candy and Bugles out in a large bowl for all to enjoy.

Idea from Cookies and

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  1. I love them! I prefer the kids table too. Alas, when I had my own kids, I was called up. :( The big leagues are no fun, send me back to the farm.

  2. So fun and cute! I don’t see why these couldn’t make an appearance at the adult table as well :)

  3. A great excuse to buy Runts. Now, to find some kids.

  4. Sooo cute

  5. What a creative idea! In my family the “kid table” consists of a bunch of 20-30 something’s that are married with kids of our own. Maybe one day we will get to officially be at the ‘grown up table”! Haha!

  6. Gosh, this is good! This goes straight to my bookmarks :)

  7. sorry – have to ask as i’m very curious and others seem to know … what are runts?

  8. We dip bugels in almond bark every year. I think those are most people’s favorite – the salty and sweet.. yum!

  9. I am so making these for a T-day party tonight! Too cute (and Iove that they’re so easy)!

  10. These look adorable. I don’t have any kids coming over tomorrow or I’d make them immediately.

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