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Joy Cone Gluten-free Sugar Ice Cream Cones

Finding a good gluten free ice cream cone turned out to be a real obstacle for me. Either they held up well, but tasted like cardboard, or they had a good flavor but were extremely brittle.  I almost gave up on my search for a great gluten-free cone, but then I tried Joy's Gluten-free Sugar Ice Cream Cones.  Joy Cones have such a nice crisp texture and are strong enough to hold up to my eight-year-old's scooping skills. Not to mention that they taste amazing!  I even catch my non-celiac kids dipping into my stash.

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Diana
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08 Aug 2011 6:33:50 AM PDT
I have become addicted to these cones. I keep checking the box to make sure I picked up the gluten free cones!

 
L. Bailey Terry
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09 Aug 2011 2:21:45 PM PDT
I have wanted a GF ice cream cone!




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