Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops

So, its national ice cream month, yay! A whole month dedicated to ice cream, what could be better!?! We thought it would be fun to share a little ice cream inspired treat with you! We are just in love with these mini ice cream cones, they are so sweet! We used them to make some ice cream cone cake pops for my twin's ice cream party a few weeks ago! They were a big hit, so we are going to share with you how we made them.










Materials:
cake balls
melting chocolate {chocolate and vanilla}
mini ice cream cones
non-perils
candy balls {for cherries}
{a small bowl of sugar to stand ice cream cones in so that the cake balls covered in chocolate dry upright}

These are actually very simple, especially if you have a cake pop maker!! Make your cake pops and do not put them on sticks. When they are cooled and ready to work with you can melt your chocolate {we used the wilton melting chocolate candies, found at any craft store}. Let the chocolate cool slightly to avoid blooming. Dip each cake pop {attached to a toothpick or lolli stick} After the cake pop is dipped set onto of your ice cream cone that is set in the sugar and slowly wiggle the toothpick out. {If a little hole is left just put a little bit of chocolate on the end of the toothpick and dab it over to cover.} Once the chocolate is completely cooled, you can dip the top into the melted white chocolate and immediately sprinkle with your non-perils! If you want to you can add a candy ball for a cherry! There you have it, ice cream cake pops! 

{Please note we are not taking credit for the idea of an ice cream cone cake pop, this is just how we made our version}

14 comments:

P√Ętisserie Paris said...

I really want to make these! My mom bought me a cake pop maker for Christmas I and I yet to use it! Perhaps a good idea for the near future...;)

Lissa (Bellenza) said...

These cake pops are so adorable "disguised" as ice cream cones!

Elain Ponce De Leon said...

these are awesome! did you use regular size sugar cones or the smaller ones?

Icing Designs said...

thank you so much!! we used the mini ones they are perfect for the size of the cake ball!

Anonymous said...

So adorable. Where did you find the mini ice cream cones?

Anonymous said...

Wegmans sells the mini cake cones but I can not find the mini sugar cones.

Anonymous said...

i have checked every store i can't find the mini sugar cones..where can i get these please help......

Icing Designs said...

They are from Layer Cake Shop: http://www.layercakeshop.com/index.php/Shop/NEW-Cakepops/Mini-Ice-Cream-Cones.html?keyword=ice+cream+cones
Hope this helps!!

Nikki G said...

Cool idea.

Natasha McNamara said...

These look amazing. How far in advance do you think they could be made?

Sue said...

So adorable and beautiful photos!

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