Friday, June 26, 2009

Ice Cream Cone Cuppycakes


I thought that everyone knew about these cupcakes.
They were really popular at birthday parties when I was growing up.
However, when I brought them to school yesterday, some of the other parents were amazed that you could bake a cupcake inside a cone.


They are super easy-peasy.
First, line up some standard ice cream cones on a cookie sheet or in muffin tins.
(A standard cake mix will make about 24 cupcake cones.)
Prepare your favorite cake mix, and fill each cone about half full.
Bake according to the box, using the cupcake time.
Let them completely cool.
Use a large star tip to frost the cupcakes to resemble ice cream.
Add sprinkles and a "cherry" (gumball, gumdrop, etc)


These are a little tricky to travel with.
Since they are top-heavy, they tend to topple over.
To help in transporting them, use a drop of frosting to "glue" the base of your cones to a tray.

The kids LOVE them!
Smiles all around.

23 comments:

Sherry said...

Your cupcakes are beautiful! My mom used to make these for us when we were kids.

Thanks for sharing!
Sherry

NicNacManiac said...

Oh my gosh, how lucky were those kids. I am going to try and make these this weekend, thanks for sharing!!
Hugs, Nerina :)

Andrea Villarreal said...

I love making these. Yours look sooo yummy!!!

Trinity said...

Your blogs are so inspiring! Thank you!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

I made these for school too,
And they were recieved with the same surprise and excited comments!

I used italian meringue ontop though.
It has that lovely marshmallow consistancy!

vivian said...

I havent made them in years! YOurs look perfect! and I'm dying for some choc cake! I might have to make some regular cupcakes. I just wonder who will eat them all if I do make some!
happy friday!
vivian

Joanne Kennedy said...

Very cute! I have found that the cute items we all know about here in blogland are often new and never seen by people who don't blog. So it's always fun to share ideas even when you think it's an old one.

Hugs,
Joanne

icandy... said...

Waaa!!! I wish that I could have been in that lucky classroom! :)

barbara burkard said...

...schweeeet...all my attempts to do these always ended up toppling over...great idea with the "glue"!
hugz

Elyse said...

these are adorable. i have never made them and it looks pretty easy so thanks for your easy steps and cute as a cuppycake pictures.

xo

Jenn said...

They look fabulous! Love that pink icing!

miss lynn said...

adorable!!! so
happy!

KayEllen said...

oh me oh my...

I saw your treats on flickr and had to stop to say yummy and beautiful pictures!!!

My daughter wants to make this for the 4th:)

Happy July 1st!

Smiles,
kayellen

Victoria@WhimsybyVictoria said...

These look so yummy! I am sure they loved them! Just found your blog and now following. ;)

Hugs to you,
~Victoria~

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

I'd forgotten about these! Plus I didn't know the "glue" tip about the bottom of the cone, thanks!

Kat_RN said...

I used to make them for the Girl Scouts. Instead of frosting and transporting, we took the fixings and let the kids decorate their own. A little more mess, lots more fun. (Probably could not get away with it in a classroom though). Thanks for the reminder. My scouts are all grown up.
Kat

Elizabeth said...

Yummy! I remember these!
Very Cute!!
Elizabeth

KnockKnocking said...

These cupcakes are just so darling!! I can't wait to try them for the next little party I throw! Love your blog.

xoxo

Agnes

Marie Antionette said...

WOW,WOW!!!Thanks for showing these.i will make some for sure,except they won't be for any kids...LOL XXOO Marie Antionette

Laurie said...

I have seen this idea, but never tried it, they are so cute!! :)

Yarni Gras! said...

so pretty! go to craftfail and see how they look when they don't work! haha!

vinyl fabrics said...

Amazing! I didn’t know that cones can be used for baking cupcakes… I’ve never heard of something like that.

henzy said...

don't remember the last time i ate or saw one of these. look delicious.