Ice-Cream Cone Cakes

These fun to eat cones are a new twist on just plain old-fashioned cake and ice cream. Kids love
to eat these as well as help you make them. Great idea for and up-coming birthday party.

12-flat-bottom ice cream cones, plain or colored
1-package (1 layer size) cake mix, any flavor
ice cream, any flavor
icing, chocolate ice cream coating, sprinkles, nuts, etc.

Step 1... Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place the cones in a muffin tin.
Prepare the cake mix as per the package directions. Pour the batter
into the cones, just fill up to 1 inch from the top.

pour batter into cones

Pour batter into cones

Step 2...Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the
center comes out clean. Cool. Remove the cone cakes from the muffin pan.
Cool completely on a wire rack.

Step 3...Place a scoop of ice cream on top of each cake. Sprinkle with nuts if you like. To store before serving, place cones back in muffin tin and put in freezer.

top cone cakes with ice cream

Chocolate candy coating on top of ice cream

Decorate as you wish. Chocolate candy ice cream coating is great, then
you can sprinkle with nuts, like a nutty buddy, or with colored candy sprinkles.
Another way to serve is topping the cone cakes with icing. Color your
icing to match the party theme. Birthday, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine's
or Easter.

Frost cone cakes

Colored icing on cone cakes

Add chocolate and or white chocolate chips to the cake batter.
The possiblities for the imagination to go wild are endless with
these ice cream cone cakes. Ask your kids, I'm sure they'll have ideas.

For a larger party, double using regular box cake mix. Makes 24.