Holiday Wax Dipped Cones

Holiday Wax Dipped Cones

Spice up your holiday table with DIY wax dipped cones, perfect for decorations or as a fire starter! It’s easy to make using your slow cooker and a Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liner for easy cleanup.

How to Make Wax Dipped Cones

  1. Tear four pieces of 12-by-36-inch sheet of Reynolds Wrap® Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil and fold each piece into a thick rectangle that will form four quadrants in your slow cooker.

  2. Place four Reynolds Kitchens® Slow Cooker Liners into the slow cooker, over the top of each divider, and down into the cavities to fully cover.

  3. Add enough wax melts to fill 3/4 of each quadrant in your slow cooker using different colors to create different colored cones.

  4. Cover and heat on high setting for 2-3 hours or until wax is completely melted. Turn the slow cooker to “warm” setting once wax has completely melted and leave the lid off.

  5. Use tongs to dip dried pinecones into one of the four colors in slow cooker, ensuring all sides are coated.

  6. Dry wax-dipped cones on a Reynolds Kitchens® Parchment Paper with SmartGrid® lined baking sheet until wax is hardened.


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