New $0.55/1 Joy Cone Coupon = $0.19 at ShopRite + Craft Idea!

Joy Cone Coupon

Joy Cone Coupon

There is a new Joy Cone Coupon available to print.  The coupon is for $0.55 of any one package of Joy Ice Cream Cones.  You have to “like” Joy Cones on Facebook in order to print your coupon.

Print: Joy Cone Coupon

ShopRite sells the 2.52 oz box of Joy Kids Cones for $1.29, so only $0.19 after doubled coupon.

Here is your deal:


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Don’t think you’ll be eating many ice cream cones in the winter?  Well consider this cute winter craft project using ice cream cones to make Snowman Cones!  Sounds like a fun and cozy Saturday afternoon project to me 😉

Check out the rest of the ShopRite Coupons & Deals for this week!

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  • Anne Trozzo

    Another option for the cones is to make cupcakes with them. My mom did this for me and my sisters for our birthday parties with friends. I’ve done them now for a number of years for my kids for school. I make the cake from scratch with sugar substitute and use whipped topping to frost. It is so much easier for little ones to eat (or those with fine motor skill problems) without having to fight and worry about paper wrapping a cupcake.

  • Winnie

    Anne, your idea sounds wonderful!! I would love to make cupcakes in the cones, but how do you go about doing that? Do you put the batter in the cones and then bake it with the cones as well? TIA.

    • Anne Trozzo

      Yes, the batter bakes in the cones. It takes a delicate touch to have the cake not overbake and the cones not get soggy and misshapen (I’m still trying to find the balance – mine have gotten just moist enough to change shape and not balance. I know one cone company sells a specific pan to bake and travel with them (I think it’s Joy cones). I’ve been baking mine in a glass rectangular dish to keep them from falling over and then making sure to put them on a cooling rack and not placing them in my cupcake carrier until the next day. I actually made my own holder taking a silicone mini cupcake mold (12 cups), cutting out the bottom, and flipping upside down for transport in my cupcake carrier.

      • Winnie

        Wow Anne, that’s a lot of work! I think I’ll make my regular batch of cupcakes and then do a tester on 2 or 3 cones to see what changes need to be made. Thanks so much for this cute idea and the info. 🙂