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Cake Pop Cones Recipe

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Although ice cream has been our choice lately for a nice cool treat we sometimes get bored of it quickly. I know, sounds crazy but it’s true! However, there are always new and fun ways to spruce up treats for the kids especially over the summer holidays.

I know I try to minimize the sugar, but sometimes its fun to make a different little treat especially when the kids have been getting along, helping out around the house and having a good time. I won’t lie – that isn’t happening often in our house anymore so when it does, it’s time for a treat!

Cake pops in ice cream cones! What fun? Doesn’t they look like actual ice cream cones? So much fun.

I’ll admit – I want to eat them all myself but that isn’t going to happen so for now I’ll just admire them. They look pretty fantastic don’t they?

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Makes: 5

Ingredients Needed:

  • 15.25oz Party Rainbow Chip cake mix
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1/2 Cup vegetable oil
  • 1 Cup water
  • 16oz Rainbow Chip frosting
  • Nonpareil Sprinkles
  • 1 Cup Wilton pink melting candy
  • Ice cream cones

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Directions:

1. Preheat your oven and prepare your cake as directed on box
2. Spray a 9×9 baking pan with cooking spray and pour your cake mix into the pan
3. Bake as directed on your box
4. When your cake has cooled, scoop out just the inside of your cake, you don’t want the golden brown top, bottom, or sides
5. Mix your cake with 1 cup of your rainbow chip frosting, add in an extra 1/2 cup if it seems to dry to mold
6. Use an ice cream scoop to scoop your cake and frosting mix out and scoop into each ice cream cone
7. Set your cones in the freezer for about an hour
8. Melt your pink melting candy in a microwave safe dish in the microwave for 2 to 3 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds until melted (if it is too thick, mix in a teaspoon of crisco)
9. Dip your ice cream cones into the melted chocolate and top with sprinkles and a red or pink M&M
10. Set your cones back in the freezer for 5 minutes for the pink chocolate to harden, now enjoy

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Fun right? My kids at first thought it was actual ice cream and had a blast finding out it was cake!

This may now be their favourite treat, and I plan to make some for my daughters upcoming 9th Birthday August 12th too – she is beyond stoked!

Whats a fun way you like to enjoy cake?

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