Monday, August 18, 2014

Ice Cream Cone Cake or Brownie Pops

Aren't these cake or brownie
pops just adorable?

My niece made some for her
wedding reception and we
fell in love with them and had to go
home and try some.

The miniature cones are made
by cutting off the tops!
Super simple and then you can
fill the cones with candy as
an added surprise.  

I decided to use brownies.
I just made up my favorite brownies
and added M&Ms.
When you make pops with 
brownies you don't even have to
add any frosting to the mix,
just shape the cooked brownies
into a ball.  The moistness of
the brownies hold them together.

Don't try to dip them as the
weight of the brownies plopped
the top right into the melted
candy melts.  

I just spooned the melted pink
candy melts onto the brownie,
tipping it to the side as I went
around.  Keep the candy melts nice
and runny to make a smooth coating.
Reheat when necessary.

Melt additional chocolate
candy melts and pipe it onto
the top of the cooled cone. 
Add sprinkles while the chocolate
is still wet.

Voila!  Talk about easy and adorable.

Add a cut off straw to the top if desired.

Here are pictures of the ones
she made.  These will give you
some more fun ideas.

Talk about fun and yummy too!

These little sundae ones are adorable.

You could make these with 
cake also.

Definitely an adorable way
to make pops for a party.


Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.


  1. Jacqueline, these are adorable! I would love to try to make these for my next event! I am sure they will be a hit!

  2. These would have been so cute for our granddaughter's first birthday - I'll be sharing this post with my daughter - it's a keeper!

  3. These are just too adorable.....


  4. Very cute! I like the look of the added chocolate on top:@)

  5. What an adorable party idea! I'm passing this idea along to my nieces who love to bake for children's parties. Thanks, Jacqueline!

  6. I love these, Jacqueline. I hope you will share them with us for Pink Saturday this weekend.


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