Lucky for me, Colorado has had quite a bit of rain this week, which means a nice green lawn. But that's not the lucky part, this is...
Cone Cake Pops
Cone Cake Pops
I woke up to a field of cones.
This time I wanted them to look like vanilla ice cream with chocolate drizzle.
Being a chocolate girl myself, I didn't know if I would like all vanilla.
In case you haven't had enough rain to grow your cake pops, I'll show you how to make them with this cute tute ~ it's a Game of CONES!
I used Joy Joy Mini Cupcake Cones, are they not the cutest?
Then I poked a wooden skewer through the bottom, and added a cookie stick.
After making your favorite cake pop, add it to the end of the cookie stick.
Dip the cake pop into the jar of melted white candy melts, and before all of it drips off, slide the cone up.
It will stick the cake pop to the cone and leave a little puddle around the bottom. Just like a scoop of ice cream.
Then I got out my wonderful bright stripe paper straws from the CakePopStand Co.
They have a wonderful selection, in fact some I've never seen before.
After finding just the right color sprinkles to match the cones, I melted chocolate (just a little, because we all know what would happen if I melt too much) and spooned a little to the top of each cone.
Then added the sprinkles.
Topped each cone with a bright Sixlet!
Now, go take a look outside, do you have any cake pop cones growing? I sure hope so!