Love These Cake Pops Ice Cream Cones

What great cake pops to make for a child Birthday party .. when I came across this recipe I thought what fun and and would be great for that special day so I had share this fantastic recipe with you

So easy to make that I am sure you will love to make them


This recipe is brought to you by Gemma Stafford on YouTube , thanks for sharing this recipe with us


Here below is the recipe and the video tutorial to watch both from the YouTube channel



Cake Pop Ice Cream Cones

13 ice cream cones (of your choosing)
3 cups (8 oz/230g) chocolate cakes (or whatever cake you like)
8 oz/225g bittersweet Chocolate
1 cup (8oz/225g) Cream

6 oz (180g) white chocolate
3 oz (90g) milk chocolate

**** A cardboard box to stand your cones up in is very important

1. To make the ganache: Heat the cream in a heavy bottomed saucepan. When it reaches a simmer, take it off the heat and pour it over the chopped chocolate. Let it sit there for 3-4 minutes on the chocolate and then whisk until the chocolate has melted.
2. Crumb the cake with your fingers until it is nice and fine.
3. Mix the cakes crumbs with ½ cup of ganache.
4. With a tablespoon scoop the cake to a nice rounded ball. Set aside in the fridge
5. To prepare the cones: With a carving knife carve your mini ice cream cone to 3 inches big.
6. Stand the cones upright and fill each one with ganache.
7. Dip the cake ball in a little bit of ganache and place it securely on top of the cone.
8. Place the cones in the fridge to set hard.
9. To decorate: melt some white chocolate gently and color with some pink food coloring.
10. Dip in your cake pop into the chocolate coating it all over. Try and do this step quickly as you don’t want the dark chocolate on the pop to get in the pink chocolate mix.
11. Once the chocolate sets you can add some melt milk chocolate on top and sprinkles to really make your ice cream pop Big and Bold!!! Eat once ready 🙂



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National Ice Cream Cone Day is celebrated annually on September 22.

While there is some controversy as to who invented the ice cream cone, one of the earliest mentions of them showed up in French cook books around 1825.  They were originally referred to as “little waffles” rolled into a cone shape.


Ice cream cones first became popular in the United States in the late 1800s.  The earliest cones were rolled by hand.  The ice cream cone made its debut at the World’s Fair in St. Louis in 1904.  In 1912, an inventor from Oregon obtained a patent for a machine to make them.  He sold his company to Nabisco in 1928 and they still make ice cream cones today.

The ice cream cone continues to be a popular treat for children and adults alike as more flavors of ice cream continue to be made available to please our palates.


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