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I am hoping someone can help with the limited info I can give. A few
years back someone had brought a treat into work, and they were
wonderful. The problem I have is I have no idea what they were called
and cant find them anywhere. They were made with tubular waffle cone
filled with a white cream and were chocolate dipped on each end. Any

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