27Jul2016 Peanut Butter Cup Smores Campfire Cones This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wet Ones® hand wipes. The opinions and texts are all mine. Peanut Butter Cup Smores Campfire Cones recipe with miniature peanut butter cups and marshmallows and roasted over a fire inside sugar cones – this is the perfect camping treat! I’m completely aware that little kids, especially little boys, are inherently dirty. I frequently babysat and nannied young children in high school and college. I worked in a preschool during student teaching. I also taught 2nd grade and then reading and math to elementary school kids for almost 10 years. All of this prior to having my own munchkins. I don’t want to brag or anything, but I think I hit the jackpot of gross kids with this lot! We just recently finished moving, and between roaming houses, basements, moving trucks, and driveways, their feet and hands were COATED in dirt! I used to have a couch and loveseat with white slipcovers, they are now a lovely shade of brownish gray in splotches. It certainly didn’t help that the hot water in our new house was not working for the first 2 days – I kept following them around yelling, “DON’T TOUCH OR WALK ON THAT!!” Luckily, as soon as the hot water was fixed they got washed up nice with long showers. And then promptly ran out in the backyard to find “wormies” (AKA slugs). Why do I even try?? Honestly though, the summer is the best time for them to have fun and get messy – which is when I really try and break out the messy foods. These Peanut Butter Cup Smores Campfire Cones are the perfect, messy treat to enjoy outdoors with your family! Peanut Butter Cup Smores Campfire Cones Ingredients 8 oz unwrapped miniature peanut butter cups 10 oz miniature marshmallows 11 oz peanut butter and chocolate baking chips 12 sugar ice cream cones foil Cooking Directions In a mixing bowl, combine peanut butter cups, marshmallows, and peanut butter & chocolate baking chips. Fill sugar cones evenly. Wrap cones tightly with foil. Place directly in campfire for 3-5 minutes (or bake at 350 degrees for 5-8 minutes). Allow foil to cool to the touch before opening and eating. Be careful of steam! These are insanely good – you need to try these on your next family camping trip, YUM! With this messy snack, don’t forget to bring along the Wet Ones® Hand Wipes! With my kids, they really come in handy for freshening up before eating, after using the restroom, and yes, of course, playing around in the dirt. I honestly keep the Wet Ones® Fresh Scent Antibacterial Hand Wipes in my purse, the diaper bag, and in both of our cars. I also stash them in our amusement park bag just in case! They’re really convenient for me to always have on hand and readily available at my local Walmart. It’s really no surprise to me that Wet Ones® Hand Wipes are America’s #1 Hand Wipe (based on scan data for 52 weeks ending 1/23/16). I like that they are a 2-in-1 way to wipe out dirt and messes and kill 99.99% of germs – but with aloe in each wipe to moisturize skin. They clean even better than hand sanitizers! What messy snack are you planning on making this summer? Leave your answer in the comment section below, I’d love some more ideas for my kiddos! This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wet Ones® Hand Wipes. The opinions and texts are all mine. .