The Partiologist: Ice Cream Social!

Ice Cream Social!

Did you know today is National Ice cream Day?  Well, it is and to celebrate the occasion, I'm going to an Ice Cream Social!  It's the perfect way to spend the day - eating ice cream cone...cake pops!  And because they are cake pops, you don't need to worry - they won't melt!  Karyn, The Pint Size Baker and Kim of KC Bakes put together a wonderful Ice Cream Social and you're invited!
 
These are my non-melting ice cream cone cake pops!
 

How about something just for Fun,
 On the Beach or in the Sun?

Mini cake pops on a stick,
Go ahead and have a lick!
 
I apologize for that little rhyme.  You will forgive me when you find out you don't need to bake the cake in the cones, it's a cake pop!  And simple to make!
1. I found the Joy Mini Ice Cream Cups at Wally World
2. Mix up your favorite cake pop recipe and press the cake pops in the cones making a mound at the top.
3. Dip each mound into melted candy melts - any color!
4. Pipe some white candy melts on the top of the cone, top with sixlets and sprinkle with non pareils before it dries.
5. After it has dried, poke a hole in the bottom of the cone with a pointed pick so it doesn't crack the cone.
6. Then place a white cookie stick in the cone.
 
If you like, package them to serve as favors~
Melts in your mouth, not in your hand! 
 
Grab a napkin, there's more yummy ice cream treats, you may start to drool!
 

 
We ALL Scream For Ice Cream!
 

 

30 comments :

  1. Waaay cute - love the colors! Cheryl

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  2. I have to agree! Those colors!! Wish I would have taken more than pink and brown haha...LOVE your tutorial, miss!
    Happy Sunday, Happy National Ice Cream Day to you <3

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    1. Oh, and I thought "I LOVE the pink and brown"!! Thanks!

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  3. I too love the colors of your cake pop cones and I really love the tiny little ice cream cones. I just bought some this week and made some appetizers using them.

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    1. Hmmm, appetizers - can't wait to see! Thanks Beth!

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  4. look at those colorful cones on a stick!
    man oh man it's hard to pick.
    which one i love it's hard to choose,
    but all of 'em are great so i can't loose!
    heeheeheeheee
    we're poets and don't know it(s)

    Happy Ice Cream Day Kim! :>D

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  5. How cute and fun are these?? Extremely CUTE and FUN!! Happy National Ice Cream Day to you Kim!!

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  6. Love the fun colors! They are all so pretty together!

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    1. Thanks so much - these are my summer go to colors! :)

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    1. I love thoes mini's as well - such fun!

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  8. I am loving these colors - they are so much fun! From one Kim to another, great work!!! :)

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    1. It was such a fun way to celebrate with Ice Cream "POPS" - Thanks Kim!

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  9. I love that you put your cones on a stick - cute!

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    1. Thanks so much - I love putting things on sticks!! :)

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  10. Such a cute little treats!! love the little ice creams!!

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    1. Bite size for sure! :) Thanks for the comment!

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  11. I love those mini cones!! and your colors are perfect for summer :)

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    1. Thanks so much - mini cones are the greatest - right??

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  12. Those are such awesome stuffs that person of any age can see the child inside him being greedy to grab one.

    Your last recipe- "ants on the log" was so sweet I had to show one of my friends that a cake with ants on it can also be so tempting. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. A belated thank you for the comment - I'm just now seeing it!! :)

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  13. Oh I've never seen the mini cones. I love it. It makes the caked pops so cute.

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    1. I looked a long time before I found them! Yea for minis!

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  14. These are adorable! I have been searching for the mini ice cream cones ever since I saw this on Pinterest a week ago. I have not been able to locate them anywhere. Amazon has them, but for a ridiculous price. Have you been able to purchase them recently? I am working on a cake pop project in my post-graduate degree program (I know it sounds weird, but it is legit) and my next step is decorating. I would love to make these!

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    1. Thank you for the sweet comment. Yes, I have seen them recently at Wal-Mart and that is also where these were purchased. Hope you have are able to find them and good luck with your project!! :)

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