Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes What looks like an ice cream but tastes like a cake? Our Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes - they won't drip and make a mess and the...
What looks like an ice cream but tastes like a cake? Our Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes – they won’t drip and make a mess and the kids go mad for them!
- Cake batter of your choice (see below for some recipes that work well). Packet cakes work perfectly too!
- Flat bottomed ice cream cones
- Decorations of choice
Preheat the oven to 160 degrees. Make up the cake batter according to the instructions. Place the batter in a jug or similar for easy pouring. Lay out the ice cream cones on a flat baking tray. Pour in the batter so they are 3/4 full. The trick is to add enough batter so they peek over the top of the cone, but not so much they drip down the sides.
Bake for approximately 20 minutes or until the batter rises and is just firm to the touch. Let the cakes cool.
Make up a frosting (Click Here for recipes
) and pipe the icing so it resembles an ice cream. Garnish with fruit or decorations of your choice.
This is a great option for kids parties.
Cake batters that work well:
Recipe Tips and Hints:
- Recipe is not suitable for freezing.
- Recipe is best made on the day of serving.
- Once iced, the cakes can be kept in the fridge provided they are in an air-tight container.